Ubuntu 16.04.5 LTS Input audio sounds as a robotic gargle during videocalls skype, facebook and other services

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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needrestart keeps restarting some failed services

I get this message in logs:

Jan 16 06:01:02 examplehost systemd[1]: 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  User sessions running outdated binaries:  root @ session #1: login[743]  root @ session #626: sshd[19524]  root @ user manager service: systemd[1208] root@examplehost ~ %  root@examplehost ~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[743]  root @ session #626: sshd[19524]  root @ user manager service: systemd[1208] 

How do I fix that (without rebooting)? And why restarting xrdp does not seem to work (manually too)?

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Lucky Patcher broke my Google Play services

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?