Every application is linked against the default Android library, which includes the basic packages for building applications (with common classes such as Activity, Service, Intent, View, Button, Application, ContentProvider, and so on).

However, some packages reside in their own libraries. If your application uses code from any of these packages, it must explicitly asked to be linked against them. The manifest must contain a separate <uses-library> element to name each of the libraries. (The library name can be found in the documentation for the package.)

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