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I recently installed Unity 2017.1.0f3. I imported a project from an older version of Unity it worked perfectly and allowed me to build for Android. I logged in to the Asset Store through the tab in the Unity editor, now I can no longer build for Android.

This is the error I receive:

Your license does not cover Android Publishing.

I created my Unity account before Android was free. Is there a way to update my account to allow me to build with Android again?

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Trial and error solved my problem:

  1. Sign out, In the top right hand corner of the the editor click Account > Sign out [Your Name]:

Sign Out.

  1. Close Unity.
  2. Re-open Unity.
  3. It will ask you to login and choose your licence.
  4. You will now have the latest licence file.
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In my case, I'm using unity hub and seems that it is the reason for the problem because I'm signed in the unity hub but not signed-in in the unity version I'm using

The solution is 1- Close current running version 2- Browse for your unity setup folder then open unity.exe (Not Open unity hub) 3- login and you can find everything is working fine

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I had to update my license in Unity Hub.

Preferences -> License Management -> Check for Updates

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