This is a close-up of the right hand page.
This is a close-up of "The License Agreement" section.
When I browse to http://www.ouya.tv/support/license right now, this is what I see:
Well now, that was unexpected. I tried using the support forum (https://ouya.zendesk.com/home) to search for "license" and this led me here:
While searching around the internet, I discovered that many others are interested in obtaining the linux kernel source for the OUYA, see:
I ended up posting a question to the General Discussion section of the developer forums:
...and sending an inquiry to OUYA support with the following request:
'''I received my OUYA yesterday. Tonight, I was reading through the manual and decided to read through the license agreement. The resource www.ouya.tv/support/license does not appear to exist. I would like to request a copy of the license agreement for my unit, model: OUYA1
Within the console, there is a Legal Information section that details the following:
- Android Open source licenses (licenses for libraries used by OUYA software)
- OkHttp by Square, Inc.
- Picasso by Square, Inc (software added by OUYA)
- iPerf by The University of Illinois
The problem with these is that my unit had received several updates once it was connected to the internet. I am mostly interested in obtaining the license agreements for the software that was originally distributed to me. I guess we'll see what happens!