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Changing app to launch when shaking?

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10th January 2014, 02:38 AM   |  #1  
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Does anybody found a possibility to select an other camera application when shaking the phone by default. I know there are several apps out there which pretend to do so, but in reality they do not work well. So looking for a direct possibility.
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this would be quite nice, I hope someone figures it out soon
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Tasker can launch an app based on a shake.
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Tasker can launch an app based on a shake.

Using Tasker and i am aware of this. But the idea is to change the default Moto-X behaviour to an other camera app.
12th January 2014, 11:33 PM   |  #5  
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But I think that is the best you can do at this point. I am reasonably certain that the Moto apps do what they do and nothing more; no room to get your fingers between the fan blades.

If you want it, be sure to ask for it using official channels.
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I am afraid you are right. perhaps xposed is a solucion. Will see.
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