Android udev rules list aimed to be the most comprehensive on the net (by M0Rf30)


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    I used adb to flash a Pixel Experience onto my Android phone. While installing, I followed these instructions, and now my microphone doesn’t work in audacity, zoom, etc. unless I run with sudo. How do I go about reverting these changes? (If it helps, I flashed the ROM successfully so I don’t think I will need adb anymore.)
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    I installed android-tools and then the Android udev rules from here: