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So here’s the scoop, I could send audios with no problem and hear everything fine when I play them back, but when I make video calls the recieving party cannot understand my audio. The audio is distorted and sounds like a robotic gargle. I’ve tryed various fixes but nothing seems to work. Mainly all the fixes related to audio here on the forum.
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I get this message in logs:
Jan 16 06:01:02 examplehost systemd: xrdp-sesman.service: Unit entered failed state.
This may stem from the fact that I disconnected from
xrdp session without logging out.
OK, so I run
needrestart. It keeps restarting the service over and over:
root@examplehost ~ % needrestart Scanning processes... Scanning candidates... Scanning processor microcode... Scanning linux images... Running kernel seems to be up-to-date. The processor microcode seems to be up-to-date. Restarting services... systemctl restart xrdp.service Service restarts being deferred: /etc/needrestart/restart.d/dbus.service systemctl restart libvirtd.service systemctl restart systemd-journald.service systemctl restart systemd-logind.service No containers need to be restarted. User sessions running outdated binaries: root @ session #1: login root @ session #626: sshd root @ user manager service: systemd root@examplehost ~ % root@examplehost ~ % root@examplehost ~ % root@examplehost ~ % root@examplehost ~ % root@examplehost ~ % needrestart Scanning processes... Scanning candidates... Scanning processor microcode... Scanning linux images... Running kernel seems to be up-to-date. The processor microcode seems to be up-to-date. Restarting services... systemctl restart xrdp.service Service restarts being deferred: /etc/needrestart/restart.d/dbus.service systemctl restart libvirtd.service systemctl restart systemd-journald.service systemctl restart systemd-logind.service No containers need to be restarted. User sessions running outdated binaries: root @ session #1: login root @ session #626: sshd root @ user manager service: systemd
How do I fix that (without rebooting)? And why restarting
xrdp does not seem to work (manually too)?
OS: Debian 9.6 amd64.
I tried several quick fixes for this issue. Now I really need ‘expert’ help before I throw my phone into the river. This app (Google Play services) is creating serious runtime issues and affecting the security parameters with my Avast products. Can somebody give me guidance PLEASE!! Thanks PS I posted on Google Play Store ratings review for Google Play services app. The post pretty much details what steps I’ve tried to resolve the problem. Agents where I purchased my Android phone seem confident that the issue is android based.
My registration system normally asks for 4 things: The user’s full name, their email, their preferred username, and a password.
I want to add four oauth2 registration services to make it easier and faster for users to create an account.
I can see three methods for doing this, or maybe there is something more elegant I haven’t figured out. Wondering what to pick. I am concerned about username collisions and ease-of-use:
User clicks a button representing one of the four services. They confirm to allow authorization, and they are logged in. They get an email with their server-selected username, and somewhere in the interface that username shows as well.
In this scheme, the server will pick the username of the service if there’s no username collision with my database. If there is a username collision, the server will add e.g. “2” to the username.
With this method, they click to authorize, and then are prompted for the username either in the callback URL or in the original page, pre-populated with what the server thinks it should be. A little kludgy, but now they know what username they get, even if the email goes to spam.
Two-step registration. The user (1) selects a username, and then (2) on the next screen they select either a full name / email / password, or to link it to a service via oauth2. Then (3) they authorize the link.
- Method 1 is simplest in general terms, but risks the user losing or never getting/seeing/confirming their username.
- Method 2 is a bit kludgy.
- I think Method 3 is pretty clean, but needs two steps to register. Regular registrations actually become longer now…
- Method 3 requires a lock on a chosen username in the interim steps: If someone else creates a user with our user’s username picked in step #1, and our user is in step #3, then the server needs to revert to Method #2 or Method #1. Alternatively, the username gets locked for some amount of time, but the edge case still remains. In summary, Method #3 is clean, but takes a few more steps than the other methods and has minute edge cases.
Thoughts on which method I should pick, if any?
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I have a OnePlus 6 running Android 9.0.2 rooted with Magisk, but no recovery. (I tried to install recovery before rooting it every way I could imagine, with no success.)
I had Lucky Patcher installed with patches applied to Android and to the Play Store, and everything was working fine. I recently updated Android from 8.1 to 9.0.2 and the patches were removed.
When I tried to patch it again, the play store disappeared and all the Google apps say that my device doesn’t support Google Play Services.
I tried reinstalling the Play Store both from Lucky Patcher (original and mod versions) and from APKMirror, but whenever I try to open the app, it just says “Google Play Store keeps stopping”.
And when I tried installing the Play Store as a system app with Lucky Patcher, it just wouldn’t install.
I tried installing Google Play services from APKMirror, but the app just wouldn’t install.
I even tried installing it using ADB, and I get this error:
Failed to install Downloads/ps.apk: Failure [INSTALL_FAILED_UPDATE_INCOMPATIBLE: Update to package com.google.android.gms doesn't support multi arch]
My question is, how can I get the Play Store and Google Play Services working again?
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