Best way to consider implement an "at" command from the Unix/Linux world?

Tasker: Total Automation for Android - Fri, 12/14/2018 - 13:27

I've looked through the past posts and I think limiting the profile runs to one is going to be the answer. But has anyone come up with a simple way to do the equivalent of the "at" command? I ran into a situation where I wanted to send a SMS message on the morning of the next day (or at least so many hours later) rather than switch to a third party SMS app that had the feature built in. I was unaware of the limit repeats of a profile before -- but wondered if there might be other ways/suggestions.

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Anyone having an issue with SMS on Android P?

Tasker: Total Automation for Android - Fri, 12/14/2018 - 12:12

I have an Oneplus 5T on Android P Beta 2.0 . I'm sure it's probably an issue with the Beta OS, but I can no longer access SMSs. Not even for simple Flash: %SMSRB .

Does anyone have the same issue? Any ideas on how to fix it?

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Pro tip: You can very easily increase your battery's life span threefold by charging it to just 80%

Android - Fri, 12/14/2018 - 11:30

Yesterday's top post inspired me to put this up. That post claims that "Degrading your battery 20% slower by charging it 'the right way' isn't worth your time". And I would agree if that were the case. But in reality, taking care of your battery the right way will increase your battery's life span.

Here is an example. A full charge represents a full charging cycle. But if you solely charge up to 90%, not even 80, you will double your battery's life span as charging up to 90% is roughly half a cycle. Charging it up to 80% will more than triple your battery's life span. I've read that not letting your phone drop from a certain level will also increase it's useful life, but I don't think it makes as huge of an impact as not fully charging it does.

You can see a real life example of this by looking at Tesla vehicles, which also use Li-ion batteries. You can select how much you want to charge the car, and the system will recommend you not to charge past 80% for day to day driving.

Anyways, I hope this was useful for anyone that got a new phone in the past few months and wants to maintain the battery's health (that is, if you aren't going to buy a new phone in the next 2 years or give your phone to a friend/relative. If that's not your case, feel free to charge to 100% every night :) )

Source 1 and source 2.

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Help: Volume shutter (not default camera app).

Tasker: Total Automation for Android - Fri, 12/14/2018 - 11:25

I use a remote shutter app (Canon Camera Connect) for my DSLR. I want to automate a task that tells the volume buttons to act as shutter release whenever the app is open. Any advice?

Pic of app if helpful

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Big Sale On Note 9! But...

Android - Fri, 12/14/2018 - 10:54

I won’t be taking advantage of it for one reason. Samsung customer service. I find their post sale support amongst some of the worst. If all is fine there are no worries but if you experience an issue with the device dealing with Samsung can be an absolute nightmare. And that’s putting it lightly. It’s honestly the only reason I am not going to purchase this device as a gift. The device is amazing, the $150 off is a nice savings but that widely known nightmare support is the deciding factor.

So it’s known I have an Android and iOS device so this not me hating on Android lol.

Wishing everyone a great upcoming holiday, if you are in Canada and interested in a Note 9 Best Buy has the $150 off sale. They also have $50 off the Samsung wireless charger. Proceed with purchasing at your own risk lol.

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Using dagger 2 in existing project

Developing Android Apps - Fri, 12/14/2018 - 10:39

Hello , I have used dagger 2 only once . But the project started from the beginning. I am curious is there any example on an existing app refactored with dagger 2 on the go ? Is this doable ? Is this recommended ?

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Categories: Android, Linux

Need Beta testers and some feedback for an Android app we are working on. Team 16SEC.

Developing Android Apps - Fri, 12/14/2018 - 10:10

Hello fellow Redditor, we are team 16SEC and we would like to have some volunteers to test our app and give us some feedback on it. If you're interested, please email us on Thank you so much.

From team 16SEC

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Make Your Grocery Store Online Through Mobile App - Fluper

Developing Android Apps - Fri, 12/14/2018 - 09:07

Fluper gives you best solution to introduce your store in the digital market that will increase your sales and conversion. For more :

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Categories: Android, Linux

What do you think of a platform which is a CMS for firebase project?

Developing Android Apps - Fri, 12/14/2018 - 08:17

I realise that the biggest problem for mobile developer who build mobile app with firebase is missing a CMS for the client/user/admin to manage the app content/data.

I’m thinking of building a platform which mobile app developer can connect the firebase project to the platform, then grant access to the user.

In the platform, user can add, update and delete the contents. For example if you’re building a news app for a client, you can create a user access (username and password) and give it to your client. He can login and create new post.

Do I make any sense?

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