Trained Android Phone To Act Automatically

Many of the tasks are repeated every day on our Phone like turning on Wi-Fi at work, decreasing the brightness in the evening, enabling silent mode at night, and so on. But now you do not need to perform all this task daily. Instead of doing task daily you can train your Android Phone to perform the task. So your phone can complete the task automatically at given time and you don't have to bother about your phone functionality. Yes there is one App for for Android which let you to train your phone. It works like this: If the phone is in X situation, then Y happens. Within the app, this formula is defined by using "contexts" and "tasks."






The context defines the situation in which the task is triggered. For example, time of day, location, or the state in which your phone is in (like charging).

Tasks are the actions the phone takes when it's in any given context, or situation. This can be anything from toggling a system setting to sending a text message.

For example, when it is 8:30 PM (context) Turn On Silent Mode (task).




You will find thousands of contexts and tasks combination. Android user forums are filled with the many creative ways users are taking advantage of Tasker.Automate everything from settings to photos, SMS to speech. ADC2 prize winner. Total Automation, from settings to SMS. ADC2 finalist!

Launch music apps when headphones are plugged in


If you trained your Android with this task every time you plugged in your ear-phone a menu of you music app seen on your screen.

Tap the plus sign to create a new profile.

Name it something like "Music" and tap the check mark.

In the Context menu, select State >> Hardware >> Headset Plugged.

In the next screen, just tap the green check mark.

Next, the Task Selection menu will appear. Select "New Task" and name it something like "Launch music."

In the next window, tap the blue plus sign. Basically, everything your phone can do is listed here. For this example, select Alert >> Menu.

In the "Items" section, tap the grayed-out "Action" button.

Then select App >> Load app, and select one of the Music apps you'd like to load.

To add another app to the menu, select the green plus sign, tap "Action," and repeat the same process.

When you're done, tap the green check mark.

Disable features when battery is critically low


This task will disable energy-hogging features when your battery is critically low.

Tap the plus sign to create a new profile.

Name it "Battery" and tap the check mark.

In the Context menu, select State > Power > Battery Level. Keep the "From" slide at 0, and change the "To" slide to 20.

Tap the check mark.

In the Task Selection menu, tap "New Task" and name it something like "Low Battery."

In the next window, tap the blue plus sign. Here's where you'll select the settings that are disabled when your battery is critically low.

To disable Auto-Sync (push data), go to Net > Auto-Sync, and tap the check mark.

Tap the blue plus sign again to add another task, like disabling Wi-Fi. Again, go to Net > Wi-Fi, and tap the check mark.

Repeat this process for any other settings you'd like to disable. Bluetooth can also be found in the Net menu, and brightness can be found in the Display menu.

To get more Task and ideas you can visit this forum

 This is not Free App It cost 6.49$

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