10/12/2010 8:01:04 PM #
You may have seen this already, but Tasker looks like it could do what you want, and is sufficiently complex that a geek can enjoy it.
I read about it here www.fastcompany.com/.../how-to-automate-android-with-tasker
10/12/2010 8:56:19 PM #
Hi, Nick. We haven't been seen each other for a long time! : )
Really thanks for you recommendation. We must work harder :^)
10/12/2010 10:54:23 PM #
Tasker will almost do the trick. It's an addictive program for the geek. It seems complex, but really isn't when you walk through an example.
Tasker cannot engage your screen lock. If memory serves correct, Android won't allow any program to engage the screen lock. You can do one of two things with Tasker:
1. Set display timeout to the minimum, which is 7 seconds. The default value will restore when the context exits.
2. Setup a keyguard with a short code.
Option 1 is best.
10/13/2010 2:01:11 AM #
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