How to use your android device as a road recorder with tasker automation

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Macro Recorder – the best macro program for Windows. Not just a keyboard and mouse recorder but a powerful automation tool that converts macros to EXE files and more.

Not just a macro recorder But Automation Software

Why limit yourself with keyboard and mouse recording? Insert custom commands and statements into your macros: “launch website”, “open file”, “wait for window”, “goto”, “shutdown” and many more. Add logic to your macros using the “IF – THEN” statement, “REPEAT X TIMES” statement.

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How to use your android device as a road recorder with tasker automation How to use your android device as a road recorder with tasker automation

Macro Recorder is not only a mouse recorder, keyboard recorder and player. It is also a very powerful automation software and even an EXE-compiler.

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21.34.44/E exe: Grant audio permission / Run Shell [ Commandm grant “com.android.shell” android.permission.RECORD_AUDIO Timeout (Seconds):0 Use Rootn Store Output In: Store Errors In: Store Result In: ]
21.34.44/E Run Shell: ->
21.34.44/E Run Shell: ->
21.34.44/E Run Shell: ->
21.34.44/Shell runBackground pm grant “com.android.shell” android.permission.RECORD_AUDIO root: true timeout: -1
21.34.44/Shell start process-thread ID 142
21.34.44/E add wait type Shell1 time 2147483647
21.34.44/E add wait type Shell1 done

pm grant RECORD_AUDIO
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21.39.31/E Run Shell: ->
21.39.31/E Run Shell: ->
21.39.31/E Run Shell: ->
21.39.31/Shell runBackground pm grant RECORD_AUDIO root: true timeout: -1
21.39.31/Shell start process-thread ID 155
21.39.31/E add wait type Shell1 time 2147483647
21.39.31/E add wait type Shell1 done

CrashOverride93

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  • Dec 3, 2016
  • #22

OK, the problem seems to be related to just Nexus hardware capabilities. The only “easy” solution I found is to try using the ‘Boldbeast’ recording app to fix the issue on your phone.
As I read it has some options to try to fix possible issues with most common phones related to failed during recording on call. Just try to apply its solutions, then try to run the Tasker project.

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CrashOverride93

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  • Dec 3, 2016
  • #23

OK, the problem seems to be related to just Nexus hardware capabilities. The only “easy” solution I found is to try using the ‘Boldbeast’ recording app to fix the issue on your phone.
As I read it has some options to try to fix possible issues with most common phones related to failed during recording on call. Just try to apply its solutions, then try to run the Tasker project.

You have also here a thread where users discuss some possible settings for the app that fix the problem. Try them, and let us know if what I told you before worked.

rathore.saurabh5

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  • Dec 5, 2016
  • #24

Thanks a lot for all the help. I already had boldbeast installed on my Nexus 5. It works with the settings suggested on the thread. However I rechecked the settings and tried. But even after all the tweaks the Call recorder profile gives me same error.

Everything else in the profile, for ex: notifications, scenes and browsing works extremely well though.

Hope I find some fix someday.

Sent from my Nexus 5 using XDA Free mobile app

CrashOverride93

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  • Dec 7, 2016
  • #25

NEW VERSION –> Call Recorder v1.4

Changelog
– New: Added new integrated file browser for the project [non 3th party ones will be needed anymore, at least for most used functions]
– Fix: Incoming logs information
– Fix: Solved non linux/mac platforms not been able to manage recording files [also with ‘mv/cp’ commands]

Due to the limit of 30.000 characters on XDA’s threads I will post the source Tasker code on a Google Drive document.

CrashOverride93

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  • Dec 15, 2016
  • #26

NEW VERSION –> Call Recorder v1.5

Changelog
– New: redesigned call logs UI
– Fix: missing files resources (icons)
– Fix: wrong ‘CR_icon’ path on AutoNotification notifications actions of ‘Recording (stop)’ task
– Fix: status bar not been hidden after opening the file browser (now optional)
– Other: renamed some scenes, and all related to them
– Other: changed open settings on main scenes to be shown in full screen mode
– Other: completly adapted and resized visual elements on all scenes
– Other: removed unfinished features
– Other: minor improvement on some tasks (singles & scenes)
– Other: changed codec to ‘AAC’ on recording settings as default (better compatibility with future call functions, and best quality sound)
– Other: auto-hide statusbar option for scenes/tasks disabled by default
– Other: reduced number of global variables

NEW VERSION –> Call Recorder v1.0p

Changelog
– New: pause call recordings *

* To use this feature you will have to install Termux, then ‘ffmpeg’ on your phone. And of course has root! You can follow this guide to install it.

These examples all assume you are using the single profile list view. If you are using the tabbed view (with the icons 1 above), click Menu and then Hide Context Selector before starting.

Each entry on this page contains a respective download for it’s profile. For walk-throughs and more examples of tasks and profiles view the Step-Through page.

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            If all of this sounds a little complex, that’s because Tasker usually is a little complicated to figure out – but once you’ve set everything up, there’s really no going back again. Tasker Pattern Matching will let you filter commands, for example telling Assistant “run turn off my bedroom lights in 5 minutes with Tasker” will make Tasker wait for five minutes and turn off your bedroom lights after that.

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            * Audio: Alarm / Call / DTMF / Media / Notif / ringer / system volume toggle haptic feedback, Mic Mute notifications pulse, reported (<4.1) / ringer to vibrate (<4.2 or root), silent mode, speakerphone, change the sound effects

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            * Performance: automatic brightness closed systems (expand / collapse) keyguard arrested on the system status bar, keyguard pattern, display brightness, close-out display, rotation, background image communication

            * Picture: browse files, read articles directory, create / delete / move files, copy / delete / move / open a file line, move to zip / unzip files to read

            * Input: Button, DPAD (or root), type (root only) input method, soft keyboard (A)

            * Media: Media buttons Event (the grave), media player controls, play a music file / DuFormal / forward / back / Stop, Photo recording / Series / Time series, audio, audio prevent abuse, ringtones, Scan Card

            * Miscellaneous: location, GPS location (B) Effect Component objective (<2.3 or phosgene/submodel), runs (PAH) script file to tell you to say, shut up, reboot group set clipboard Search (root only), adjusted CPU (root only) time zone

            * Network: Airplane mode (<4.1 or root), Auto Sync BT, ID BT type, to receive e-mail, URL HTTP, HTTP POST, mobile data (on / off), mobile data 2G / 3G (phosgene or ), USB tether, toggle WiFi, WiFi reassigning get disconnected / sleep / reconnect, WiFi, Wimax toggle wifi tether

            * Telephone: Call to end the call list, delete the block/delete/ calls, MMS / SMS Return Write, call, call, radio, accept or SMS, SMS data, Silent ringtone

            *From Tasker: ChangeSet icon, then finally go action, work, profile, toggle, query performance, set the widget icon in the Widget Label Group, see a close wait, wait

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            Here’s a profile that helps you covertly record the police in the event of a traffic stop. It’s unfortunate our world has come to a point where this use case is popular enough, however I believe this will do the world some good so I’m sharing it. This is mostly a clone of Apple’s “Hey Siri, I’m getting pulled over” shortcut.

            The profile will take some steps to cover yourself in the event the cop gets rowdy:

            text your loved ones your GPS coordinates upon invocation

            Invoke using Google Assistant + AutoVoice: “Ok Google, Ask AutoVoice to record police”

            launch a recording using the selfie camera (so put the phone in your cup holder, in the car mount, whatever)

            upload the video to youtube after a 15 minute capture

            then send the youtube link to your loved ones.

            Fill in the phone numbers on the Send SMS actions.

            Verify your YouTube account at https://youtube.com/verify so that you can upload 15 minute clips and not be impaired by upload restrictions

            AutoInput, AutoVoice, and AutoWeb

            Enable the YouTube API in AutoWeb

            Enable screen recording in AutoInput

            The GPS coordinates are wrapped in an Apple Maps link, which Android is clever enough to intercept and shunt into Google Maps.

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            I am very, very impressed! I will take a look at this and try to see if I have the know-how to complete it. I got into Tasker because I wanted to change my “Ok Google” wake word.

            Thank you for this!

            Were you able to change the wake word?

            Is the screen on and showing the video recording while it’s happening?

            Here is my take on the same issue. I start the profiel with a specific finger unlocking the phone, kick off the tasks, turn off the phone’s screen, send location via SMS, record for five minutes, upload to Google photos, vibrate after the five minutes to remind me if I want to restart.

            Other than vibrations, the phone has no outward indication anythign is happening. I mostly wear a coat with a front pocket where the phone’s camera sticks out.

            The one thing I am missing is that I cannot yet lock the phone (LockDown) so fingerprints won’t unlock the phone. The police where I am cannot compel me to enter my password but I can be compelled to unlock via fingerprint. 🙁

            Regardless of what you’re trying to accomplish with Tasker, there’s a good chance that someone else has already walked through the same steps. If you’re unfamiliar with creating tasks and working with profiles, simply importing someone else’s work would be a great shortcut. After all, there are 2 billion Android devices out there, so someone must’ve created a setup that suits your needs, right?

            In point of fact, this is a fairly common practice. Many Tasker masters are proud of their work, so they’ll export profiles and tasks and invite the community to try them out on their own devices. It’s honestly the easiest way to get something accomplished with Tasker, so I’ll show you how it works below.

            Step 1: Find a Suitable Task or Profile

            This step is mostly self-explanatory, but I’d like to take this time to say that you should always be careful when downloading files from the internet — particularly Tasker profiles and tasks. If you don’t trust the author, it’s probably best to stay away, since Tasker setups can potentially do harm.

            Another wrinkle to address here is the fact that downloadable Tasker profiles and tasks are formatted as XML files. This means your browser may display a list of code when you tap the link to download the file. If this happens, go back to the page with the download link, then long-press the link and choose “Download link.”

            How to use your android device as a road recorder with tasker automation

            As an example, I’ll be using the Tasker profile linked out in Method 3 in this guide on XDA, which allows you to hide Android Oreo’s annoying persistent notifications.

            Step 2: Import the Task or Profile

            Next, open Tasker and head to the Tasks tab. From here, tap the Tasks tab itself once again, then choose “Import” from the popup. Next, you’ll be taken to a file picker interface. Press the up arrow at the top of the screen twice to head to the root directory on your SD card or internal storage, then select the Download folder.

            How to use your android device as a road recorder with tasker automation alt=”Tasker 101: How to Import Tasks & Profiles” width=”532″ height=”532″ />

            Here, you should see the task listed plain as day, so select it, then it will be imported into Tasker. At this point, you can run the task if that’s all you planned to do, or you can associate it with a profile to have Tasker run it for you automatically. As a final option, if you downloaded a profile XML file as well, you can import that using this same process, except you’ll need to tap the Profiles tab instead.

            How to use your android device as a road recorder with tasker automation alt=”Tasker 101: How to Import Tasks & Profiles” width=”532″ height=”532″ />

            If you chose to import a profile, make sure it’s enabled by turning on the toggle switch next to it. Another wrinkle to consider is that some tasks utilize add-ons, so you may need to install the associated add-on app before it will run. This will usually be outlined with instructions on the page where you downloaded the task or profile.

            Finally, you should select any task you import (from the Tasks tab), then press the play button in the bottom corner to test it. If you receive an error message, it may be because you haven’t granted Tasker all of the requisite permissions. In this case, tap each of the steps in the task individually, then press your back button — if any of them need an extra permission, you should be prompted to enable it here.

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            How to use your android device as a road recorder with tasker automation

            You edit flowcharts, just add blocks and connect the dots to create your automated tasks.

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            Novices can pick from predefined options, while power users may use expressions, variables and functions.

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            Automate includes more than 350 blocks to build with, including actions, conditions, event triggers, loops and more:

            • Accessibility button
            • Account (auto) sync
            • ADB client
            • Airplane mode
            • Alarm; await, set
            • App; start, kill, list, foreground, clear cache, usage
            • App notifications; toggle, priority, visibility
            • AppOps
            • Assist request (Assistant)
            • Attention light LED
            • Audio; device, recording, volume
            • Battery level
            • Bluetooth; connect, connected, disconnect, scan (including iBeacon, Eddystone or URL beacons), SCO , tethering, toggle
            • Broadcast; decision, send
            • Calendar event; add, query
            • Call; state, dial, incoming, outgoing, screening
            • Camera
            • Car mode
            • Cell tower; near, pick
            • Clipboard; get/set ; send, receive
            • Content; changed, copy, delete, insert, update, pick, query
            • Contact; query, pick profile
            • CPU speed
            • Data usage
            • Device; docked, doze, keep awake, lock, orientation
            • Dialog; choice, color, confirm, date, html/web, input, map, network, time, etc.
            • Display; on, query
            • E-mail; compose, send
            • File; list, copy, move, delete, make directory, monitor, pick
            • Flashlight
            • FTP ; list, upload, download, delete
            • Fullscreen
            • Gesture; device motion, fingerprint
            • Geocoding ; compose, send, unread count ; list, upload, download, delete, share voice action
            • Hotword detected
            • HTTP request
            • IR transmit
            • Input method (soft keyboard)
            • Interruptions (Do-Not-Disturb)
            • Key; pressed, send
            • Keyboard visible
            • Keychain
            • Location; await, get, pick
            • Location provider (GPS , etc.)
            • Logcat
            • Lock screen (keyguard)
            • Map
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            “Task Capture is a huge operational benefit. You can quickly process map all activities across the team.”

            Project Manager, Risk Customer Operations, LexisNexis Risk Operations

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            Business Analyst, Electrocomponents

            “Task Capture has provided us with a unified way of easily creating flowcharts to represent the high-level process flow. As a business analyst, I receive ready-to-go instructions which I then incorporate into the PDD.”

            RPA Business Analyst, Elisa

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