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[MOD][XPOSED][TASKER][4.4+] - (2014/03/05) - Dismiss Alarm Tasker Plugin

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By mikefero, Junior Member on 5th March 2014, 07:27 PM
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8th August 2015, 09:48 PM |#21  
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Is this still working with CM 12.1? It seems not to be integrated in Tasker?

It is working fine on CM12.1 but you need to use my apk from http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...8&postcount=16
 
 
8th August 2015, 09:54 PM |#22  
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I thought i did. Can you enlighten me how to use it? It does not show up in Tasker under Plugins.
9th August 2015, 01:11 AM |#23  
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It is working fine on CM12.1 but you need to use my apk from http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...8&postcount=16

Quote for beeping.

Maybe its important that cm 12.1 introduced some changes to deskclock?

http://review.cyanogenmod.org/#/c/103324/ Allow alarms to be modified by 3rd parties.http://review.cyanogenmod.org/#/c/103777/ Add AlarmClock support for CM DeskClock manipulation.http://review.cyanogenmod.org/#/c/105253/ Update APIs for new settings and DeskClock support.
9th August 2015, 07:25 AM |#24  
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I think i misunderstood the whole intention of this module.

I thought, it would be possible to delete alarms in stock clock app (as a task).

Nevertheless, could this be possible through Xposed especially using the intents implenented recenty (see above)?
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9th August 2015, 12:40 PM |#25  
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OI will make it so that if the alarm label is matched then update the alarm with a new time or delete the alarm. If it makes sense I may package them into one Tasker action with a check box for delete actions; we'll see though what looks better.
Not sure when I am going to get to adding this functionality, but it should be within the next week or so.

Maybe MikeFero has advanced with his?
9th August 2015, 01:58 PM |#26  
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Maybe MikeFero has advanced with his?

Sadly I have not, but the recent pings and inquiries are giving me the motivation to finally upgrade from Lollipop v5.0 to 5.1.1 and get things going again with the Unofficial Xposed that works with ART.

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I think i misunderstood the whole intention of this module.
I thought, it would be possible to delete alarms in stock clock app (as a task).
Nevertheless, could this be possible through Xposed especially using the intents implemented recently (see above)?

Never got around to finishing that feature; however the UI was added to the tasker portion of the app. All you currently get for the delete action is a log message. The main intention I had when writing this plugin was so that I could perform actions with Tasker given a specific alarm (which is performed via the alarm label that can be set). The original deskclock (nor does the current one AFAIK) did not send the alarm label in the intention, so I used Xposed to hook into that portion of the deskclock to get the information required in order to pass off to Tasker.

As far as those intents added to CM12.1; at a quick scan it doesn't appear to allow for the deleting of alarms (but I may be mistaken). Please use @XlAfbk module that is provided in this post. This is a great contribution and I still need to push it to the repo and start branching off and refactoring a bit for a 1.1 sometime (sometimes I wish sleep was optional).
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9th August 2015, 02:15 PM |#27  
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To get this straight: When using the module provided here, it is not possible to delete alarms. But maybe, if you get around to investigating, it may be in the future? The problem persists, that Tasker can create new alarms, but always creates doublettes of the old ones.
9th August 2015, 02:44 PM |#28  
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To get this straight: When using the module provided here, it is not possible to delete alarms. But maybe, if you get around to investigating, it may be in the future? The problem persists, that Tasker can create new alarms, but always creates doublettes of the old ones.

I think you're actually looking for https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...mgcd.autoalarm
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