Android UIDs and GIDs

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AID_ROOT 0 /* traditional unix root user */

AID_SYSTEM 1000 /* system server */
AID_RADIO 1001 /* telephony subsystem, RIL */
AID_BLUETOOTH 1002 /* bluetooth subsystem */
AID_GRAPHICS 1003 /* graphics devices */
AID_INPUT 1004 /* input devices */
AID_AUDIO 1005 /* audio devices */
AID_CAMERA 1006 /* camera devices */
AID_LOG 1007 /* log devices */
AID_COMPASS 1008 /* compass device */
AID_MOUNT 1009 /* mountd socket */
AID_WIFI 1010 /* wifi subsystem */
AID_ADB 1011 /* android debug bridge (adbd) */
AID_INSTALL 1012 /* group for installing packages */
AID_MEDIA 1013 /* mediaserver process */
AID_DHCP 1014 /* dhcp client */

AID_SHELL 2000 /* adb and debug shell user */
AID_CACHE 2001 /* cache access */
AID_DIAG 2002 /* access to diagnostic resources */

/* The 3000 series are intended for use as supplemental group id's only. */
/* They indicate special Android capabilities that the kernel is aware of. */
AID_NET_BT_ADMIN 3001 /* bluetooth: create any socket */
AID_NET_BT 3002 /* bluetooth: create sco, rfcomm or l2cap sockets */
AID_INET 3003 /* can create AF_INET and AF_INET6 sockets */
AID_NET_RAW 3004 /* can create raw INET sockets */

AID_MISC 9998 /* access to misc storage */
AID_NOBODY 9999

AID_APP 10000 /* first app user */

"root", AID_ROOT
"system", AID_SYSTEM
"radio", AID_RADIO
"bluetooth", AID_BLUETOOTH
"graphics", AID_GRAPHICS
"input", AID_INPUT
"audio", AID_AUDIO
"camera", AID_CAMERA
"log", AID_LOG
"compass", AID_COMPASS
"mount", AID_MOUNT
"wifi", AID_WIFI
"dhcp", AID_DHCP
"adb", AID_ADB
"install", AID_INSTALL
"media", AID_MEDIA
"shell", AID_SHELL
"cache", AID_CACHE
"diag", AID_DIAG
"net_bt_admin", AID_NET_BT_ADMIN
"net_bt", AID_NET_BT
"inet", AID_INET
"net_raw", AID_NET_RAW
"misc", AID_MISC
"nobody", AID_NOBODY

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