Phone screen shattered, tips on voice automation?
Got my Nexus 4 back in November; this last week it fell out of my lap while I was on a bus, hit the floor and the screen shattered. I was hoping that it would behave similar to iPhone shatters I've seen on friends phones (where the digitizer wasn't adversely affected), but I wasn't so lucky.
I've been able to perform basic functions on the phone using adb input keyevents, and got a Webkey server running so I can control the phone remotely. I'm planning on buying a new phone in the coming months, but while I'm currently trying to save money I wanted to get the phone working as well as possible using voice automation. I've been reading that the combination of Open Mic+ and Tasker is pretty powerful, but I'm lost on where to start from a programmatic standpoint.
Also Open Mic+ hasn't been foolproof, is there any way to bind voice activation to a hardware button?
Anyone have any tips on complete voice automation without any touch input? I can read the screen so I don't need the phone to read its contents to me or anything, but I'd like to be able to have the same functionality that adb's shell gave me with keypresses. So I could say "scroll down", "left, left, left, enter" and it would tab to the left a few times then select the option I had chosen.