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[APP][2.2+][Tasker plugin] Secure Settings - Updated 1/29/14

14th August 2011, 03:06 PM   |  #1  
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Secure Settings is a Locale/Tasker/Llama compatible plugin for Android 2.2+

Please see the changelog for updates

Secure Settings Pro Trial licenses are available! Click the menu button inside of the Upgrade screen to request a trial.

As of v1.2.6, you can create Launcher shortcuts to any available Action option!

Conditions:
  • Max Failed Login Attempts - Perform an action based on a specified number of failed login attempts
  • Google Now Shortcut [4.1+,Pro]
  • Outgoing Call
  • Secret Code- Enter a special number in the Dialer and trigger an action.

Actions:
  • Toggle Airplane Mode
  • Set Airplane Mode Radios
  • BT Connection [4.0+]
  • BT Tethering [4.0+,Pro]
  • Execute Shortcut
  • Font Size [4.0+]
  • Toggle the Keyguard
  • Launch Activity
  • Locale Picker
  • Toggle Mobile Data [2.3+]
  • Run any GNU linux command (with/without root)
  • Tasker users can store command output info in user defined Tasker variables
  • Toggle SIP Receive Calls [2.3+]
  • Change SIP Call Option [2.3+]
  • Stay Awake While Charging
  • Show Touches [4.0+]
  • Wake the device
  • WiFi Hotspot [4.0+]
  • WiFi Sleep Policy

Dev Admin Actions:
  • Toggle the Camera [4.0+]
  • Lock the device
  • Lock Screen Widgets [4.2+]
  • Set or reset the device's password/pin

Root Actions:
  • Background Process Limit [4.0+, Pro]
  • Background Data [Pro]
  • Force GPU Rendering [4.0+]
  • Hardware Overlays [4.1+, Pro]
  • Package Notification [4.1+]
  • Package State (Previously Package Manager)
  • Phone Options (Answer,End,Silence Calls) [Pro]
  • Power Button Lock [4.1+, Pro]
  • Reboot Options (Uses native system methods) [Pro]
  • Enable/disable USB Tethering [4.0+,Pro]
  • VPN [4.0+, Experimental!]
  • Enable/disable Wireless ADB

Helper Actions:
  • Enable/disable Accessibility Services
  • Enable/disable USB Debugging
  • Set Active Day Dream [4.2+]
  • Toggle Day Dream State [4.2+]
  • Enable/disable GPS [2.3+]
  • Enable/disable Data Roaming
  • Update Lock Screen Owner Info [3.0+]
  • Set Lock Screen Timeout [4.0+, Pro]
  • Enable/disable Pattern lock screen
  • Enable/disable NFC [NFC Adapter required]
  • Change device input methods (switch soft keyboards without the prompt)
  • Enable/disable "Location Services" option for location awareness
  • Unknown Sources
  • WiFi Optimization [4.2+]
  • WiFi Scanning [4.3+]

Custom ROM Actions:
  • Enable or Disable ADB Over Network [CM9 only]
  • Expand Desktop [CM10/Paranoid Android]
  • Enable or Disable Fast Charge [Custom Kernel with Fast Charge Required]
  • Enable/Disable Kill App Back Button (CM and other custom ROMS)
  • Toggle LTE on CM9
  • Toggle Samsung Modes (Blocking, Driving and Power Saver Modes)

I hope you enjoy

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Explanation of Permissions:
  • Device Administrator Access - Required if you wish to lock the device or set/reset the password
  • Storage Access - Required for the Run Command function to write to the SD Card
  • Full Network Access - Required to download and check for updates for the Helper application
  • System Tools - Required for the Keyguard and Wake Lock functionality
  • Root Access - Required if you wish to install the Helper or run privileged commands from the Run Command function
  • Change Configuration - Required to change Locale
  • Change Network State - Required to toggle Mobile Data
  • Change Wifi State - Required to toggle Wifi Adapter for Wireless ADB
  • Wifi Access - Required to determine if Wifi is enabled for the Wireless ADB function
  • Bluetooth/BT Admin - Required to Connect to BT Devices
  • Boot Complete - Required to install Helper on boot if missing
  • Process Outgoing Calls - Required to use outgoing calls as conditions


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14th August 2011, 03:07 PM   |  #2  
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Exclamation New feature in Version 1.1.8
With version 1.1.8, Secure Settings can be converted to a system app to get the same functionality as having the Helper installed.

If you wish to move the app to the system, you MUST first disable Device Administrator!
I cannot stress this enough. If you don't do this, the app will break and will be a pain to remove.

Once that's disabled, you can use Titanium Backup to convert the app to a system app.
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14th August 2011, 03:18 PM   |  #3  
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Thank you very much for this plugin. I have it installed which I downloaded from your site. Is there any difference between that and this one, which is available in the Market? Also, does this one also require to be installed as a system app in order for some functionality to work (e.g. Keyguard Off)? Thanks.
14th August 2011, 03:22 PM   |  #4  
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This is a completely different version than what is hosted on the google code site.

This app doesn't require you to install it to the system. I wrote a second app that I called the "Helper" which gets installed there. If you don't install the Helper, you will have the following available to you:
  • Keyguard
  • Lock Device
  • Set Password/Pin
  • Run Command
  • Wake Device

And Wireless ADB if you are rooted.

Hope this helps
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14th August 2011, 03:25 PM   |  #5  
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Ok, thanks. I will try this out right now.
14th August 2011, 08:41 PM   |  #6  
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hey Corey Z -

I'm running into issues where Secure Settings plugin doesn't fire if I run a lot of shell scripts. I have a task where I fire a script, wait for its exit code, then fire another script; I do this maybe 4-5 times. This happens just fine, but when I tried to test a different task that also uses a shell script, it doesn't fire and my task just hangs on the "Wait until %CMD_EXIT is set". This is verifiable by turning on "show output" and "show notification" - notification doesn't happen sometimes, indicating that the plugin isn't firing..?

Thanks for the help!
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Is it possible ro reset a sim lock pin..???

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@strictlyrude27

So, let me see if I understand...

It works fine when you run one command, one after another but you have issues when running multiple commands simultaneously?

Is that it?

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@Z3US911

That's an interesting thought. I'll have to look into that.

Thanks for the suggestion!

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Originally Posted by intangibleDroid

@strictlyrude27

So, let me see if I understand...

It works fine when you run one command, one after another but you have issues when running multiple commands simultaneously?

Is that it?

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Upon further investigation it looks like scripts aren't firing if I manually select the notification to end the script. I set up my profiles to make sure exactly 1 script fires at a time to avoid collisions; when they all fire and exit properly rather than being aborted, I can re-run as much as I'd like.

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