Can someone help with bandcamp intents

Tasker: Total Automation for Android - Wed, 11/21/2018 - 19:04


I can get any intents to work with bandcamp.

Going through the manifest file I've tried several and can't get anything to work.

Trying to launch Bandcamp in the main category as well as search.

Also would like to just have a play, next track, and previous track task

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[Wear OS] Porting WearOS to Samsung Gear S3

Developing Android Apps - Wed, 11/21/2018 - 17:52

Hi guys,

The XDA thread that is working on porting wearOS to gear s3 need helps, they need developers. We have finally been able to root Gear S3, but the development of kernel and more need serious help.

If anyone is willing, please contribute to

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Categories: Android, Linux

Indicator for Anonymous Profile vs. Named Profile?

Tasker: Total Automation for Android - Wed, 11/21/2018 - 17:41


Gonna put this in for a feature request :)


Just wanna make sure - currently there's no way from looking at the list of Profiles in the Profiles Tab - which ones are displaying 'names' created by Tasker (Anonymous) vs. which Profiles have been user named?


I think having an indicator would be important, especially if you have a lot of Profiles, since any that haven't been named won't be showing up in %PACTIVE, %PENABLED, or the Tasker Status notification, etc.


The 'indicator' shown could be an option in Preferences. Not sure if it would be an icon, a certain color of text for the Profile name, a little colored dot (something unobtrusive, etc.).


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Question about activity states.

Developing Android Apps - Wed, 11/21/2018 - 16:43

If the user leaves an activity, how can I remember the data before the user left the state and then repopulate the activity again once the user returns?

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Categories: Android, Linux

What if Google licensed its camera hardware and software stack to other OEMs?

Android - Wed, 11/21/2018 - 16:19

The camera is one of the major compelling reasons to get a Pixel, and the Pixel line has arguably the best cameras out of any smartphone.

We also know that most Android OEMs outside of Google and Samsung often struggle with cameras, and cameras are one of the main issues on <$500 phones. If most, say, $400 Android phones had Pixel-level cameras that outperformed those on $1000 iPhones, wouldn't that go a long way to helping out Android as a whole?

So I was wondering why Google couldn't license out its camera know-how?

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Android Studio project won't let me enter a number into the text field.

Developing Android Apps - Wed, 11/21/2018 - 16:06

It's just a basic "add two numbers together" app.

The project compiles, and the display looks correct on the Nexus emulator--it just won't let me type anything. The cursor doesn't even change appearance from an arrow. I can't click the button, either. Thoughts?

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passing url data through play store install

Developing Android Apps - Wed, 11/21/2018 - 15:27

Ok sorry if this is confusing but I have developed an app which opens when a web link is clicked and it passes some url id data over to the app which grabs it to make sure its opening a correct event id.

The problem is if the user doesnt have the app then I forward them to the playstore link and as per these instructions

I include my event id in the playstore url appended to the end. ie ....&ref=xxx

The above link seems to indicate that this ref=xxx will get passed along to the app when it is finally opened by the user.. is this true?

So far ive been unable to find this ref=xxx after the install and then open but perhaps im not looking properly.

Any help would be appreciated, the flowchat doesn't explain how the data is passed to the app after install and Adam hasn't responded for further details.

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