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[APP] MacroDroid - Automation now on your wrist

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25th August 2014, 11:10 PM   |  #11  
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I do not use WiFi on my cell phone, just LTE data at least 95% of the time.

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If I set the app to listen for notifications it looks like it will disable much more than I would like to be disabled.
Manage Accessibliity, MacroDroid
-air gesture, air view interaction control, assistant menu, multi window, direct pen input, palm motion, one-handed operation will all be turned off....

I always lost "Jess" my customer voice synthesizer

Some of these I will miss on my Note 3 but I am trying it,
Toggle on Notification
Android Wear set the brightness to 6
Sleep before next action 20 seconds
Android Wear set the brightness to 1

If it works right notifications will crank the display for 20 seconds and then dim the display (may cut it back to 10 or 5 seconds)

You know I like your app, tried the other macro app .... (can not remember its name)
Found it too complicated..... Thanks for the tip.

I've no idea why these should be turned off by enabling MacroDroids accessibility options, but I don't have any Samsung devices so I'm afraid I can't really look into it at the moment.
25th August 2014, 11:41 PM   |  #12  
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I've no idea why these should be turned off by enabling MacroDroids accessibility options, but I don't have any Samsung devices so I'm afraid I can't really look into it at the moment.

If the macro works may not care much about the disabled stuff.
May want to put constraint in, 5am do not need the watch display cranked.
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