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How to remove virtual media devices in macOS

Occasionally installing an app that adds virtual audio or camera like the Evernote video application mmhmm , you are left with residuals in your system that can make your life difficult when using applications where it is not possible to select the primary or default device. There are two key spots in macOS where those plugins are installed before there's what I have done for removing mmhmm virtual devices. I was part of their beta program and when I deleted the beta binary I was having all kinds of nightmares with Google Chat. That problem is now gone and I am sharing how I did it. Open your terminal window (I am still on Bash) First, you want to stop the associated daemon to the app you are removing. You can find the list of all you have in your system by using this command  sudo launchctl list launchctl stop com.all-turtles.mmhmm.Camera.Assistant launchctl unload /Library/LaunchAgents/com.all-turtles.mmhmm.Camera.Assistant.plist Now that is delectable because is no longer in mem