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Re: [Linphone-developers] source codes

From: Mark Murawski
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] source codes
Date: Tue, 17 Mar 2020 19:15:04 -0400
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Hi Troy,

Linphone is dual-license, GPL3 and Commercial.

On 2020-03-17 16:12, Troy Psihovsky wrote:
I downloaded the source archive version 4.2 for Android.
We have our own SIP server based on Asterisk.
I made my logo in the source and changed the colors, while I saved your (linphone) in the name as an addition to my own and in the About tab wrote that the application was built on linphone under the GNU 3 license.
I have a few questions:
1. in the application settings, the country prefix is used by default (in my case 7). How can I remove it? I tried different versions of the code, but in the settings there is always a prefix, you have to remove it manually. I read somewhere that this is protected by your SDK. Is it so? and is it possible to remove the default prefix so that the application immediately works as a sip client? 2. Nowhere in the source code has I found where to turn on / off the codecs by default. It looks the same inside your SDK. Is it possible to somehow change the included audio codecs by default? 3. and most importantly, does your license for distributing source codes allow you to build a slightly modified application on their basis (with a link based on your development) and put it on Google Play? I am currently using your package name. But if I change it, the application will cease to work accordingly, and is it even possible to do this under your license?
Please help in my questions.
Thank you in advance!


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