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RSenG2x

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The next release (with Android wear support, xposed support (so you don't have to say take a note on wear), and more commands) is still a couple of weeks out as I study for the ACT next weekend. In the mean time I have posted the test apk below for those with a wear device that are dying for the integration.
 

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Another test release. This time with Xposed Google Now API integration so that you can use Commandr from the watch without saying "note to self" first. Please let me know if you have issues with the xposed module as I am trying to narrow down a few issues...
 

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Just as an FYI, Turn on/off WiFi & Turn on/off Bluetooth do not work on OnePlus One with CyanogenMod 11S.

WiFi command brings you to WiFi Settings, and Bluetooth command brings you to Bluetooth settings, but neither changes current state.

In addition, just tested Cellular data on and Cellular Data off and neither changes cellular data state on the phone.
 
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Just as an FYI, Turn on/off WiFi & Turn on/off Bluetooth do not work on OnePlus One with CyanogenMod 11S.

WiFi command brings you to WiFi Settings, and Bluetooth command brings you to Bluetooth settings, but neither changes current state.

In addition, just tested Cellular data on and Cellular Data off and neither changes cellular data state on the phone.

I have a OnePlus One with 11S... Can you try turning off and on the accessibility service to see if starts working...
 

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I have a OnePlus One with 11S... Can you try turning off and on the accessibility service to see if starts working...

Tried turing off the service and turning it back on and it does the same thing.

I say "Turn Off Wifi", then Google Now says, "Wifi Setting" and I'm presented with a button to enter Wifi Settings.

At work, so I'm getting strange looks talking to my phone. Can test more later. :)
 

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Tried turing off the service and turning it back on and it does the same thing.

I say "Turn Off Wifi", then Google Now says, "Wifi Setting" and I'm presented with a button to enter Wifi Settings.

At work, so I'm getting strange looks talking to my phone. Can test more later. :)

Haha weird... So the other commands are working? Can you give me an example of one of the commands that work? Can you also try saying "note to self turn off wifi" that way I'll be able to isolate the issue.
 

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Haha weird... So the other commands are working? Can you give me an example of one of the commands that work? Can you also try saying "note to self turn off wifi" that way I'll be able to isolate the issue.

Running
Model: OnePlus One (A0001)
ROM: CyanogenMod 11.0-XNPH33R
OS: Android 4.4.4
Kernel: 3.4.0-cyanogenmod (08/19/14 12:06:24 PDT)

So here is a list of commands that work, and those that don't:

1) Flashlight On - Good
2) Flashlight Off - Good
3*) Turn On Wifi - Bad (Just goes to Wifi Settings)
3a*) Note to self Turn On Wifi - Bad (Asks me what app to use, I select Commandr and nothing happens)
4*) Turn Off Wifi - Bad (Just goes to Wifi Settings)
4a*) Note to self Turn Off Wifi - Bad (Asks me what app to use, I select Commandr and nothing happens)
5) GPS On - N/A (Not rooted)
6) GPS Off - N/A (Not rooted)
7) Bluetooth On - Good
8) Bluetooth Off - Good
9) Pause Music - Good
10) Resume Music - Good
11) Next Song - Good
12) Previous Song - Assumed Good (Didn't try)
13) Unread SMS - Good
14) Play PlayList <blah> - Assumed Good (Didn't try)
15) Chat <Convo> - Good
16*) Turn On Data - Bad (Nothing Happens)
17*) Turn Off Data - Bad (Nothing Happens)
18) Read Unread Gmail - Good
19) Raise Volume - Good
20) Lower Volume - Good
21) Silence Ringer - Good
22) Unsilence Ringer - Good
23) Volume <%> - Good
24) Unlock Phone - Don't Know (Doesn't seem to do anything)
25) Lock Phone - Don't Know (Doesn't seem to do anything)
26*) Take a picture - Bad (Picture is save VERY low res, and Gallery Starts Crashing until reboot)
27*) Take a Selfie - Bad (Picture is save VERY low res, and Gallery Starts Crashing until reboot)
28) Turn Off Phone - N/A (Not Rooted)
29) Reboot Into Recovery Now - N/A (Not Rooted)
30) Reboot Phone - N/A (Not Rooted)
31) Wolfam Alpha - N/A (Never Tried)
32) Send Whatsapp - Good
33) Enable Rotation Lock - Good
34) Disable Rotation Lock - Good

Hope this helps!

I also have some Tasker commands that work fine.
 

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Running
Model: OnePlus One (A0001)
ROM: CyanogenMod 11.0-XNPH33R
OS: Android 4.4.4
Kernel: 3.4.0-cyanogenmod (08/19/14 12:06:24 PDT)

So here is a list of commands that work, and those that don't:

1) Flashlight On - Good
2) Flashlight Off - Good
3*) Turn On Wifi - Bad (Just goes to Wifi Settings)
3a*) Note to self Turn On Wifi - Bad (Asks me what app to use, I select Commandr and nothing happens)
4*) Turn Off Wifi - Bad (Just goes to Wifi Settings)
4a*) Note to self Turn Off Wifi - Bad (Asks me what app to use, I select Commandr and nothing happens)
5) GPS On - N/A (Not rooted)
6) GPS Off - N/A (Not rooted)
7) Bluetooth On - Good
8) Bluetooth Off - Good
9) Pause Music - Good
10) Resume Music - Good
11) Next Song - Good
12) Previous Song - Assumed Good (Didn't try)
13) Unread SMS - Good
14) Play PlayList <blah> - Assumed Good (Didn't try)
15) Chat <Convo> - Good
16*) Turn On Data - Bad (Nothing Happens)
17*) Turn Off Data - Bad (Nothing Happens)
18) Read Unread Gmail - Good
19) Raise Volume - Good
20) Lower Volume - Good
21) Silence Ringer - Good
22) Unsilence Ringer - Good
23) Volume <%> - Good
24) Unlock Phone - Don't Know (Doesn't seem to do anything)
25) Lock Phone - Don't Know (Doesn't seem to do anything)
26*) Take a picture - Bad (Picture is save VERY low res, and Gallery Starts Crashing until reboot)
27*) Take a Selfie - Bad (Picture is save VERY low res, and Gallery Starts Crashing until reboot)
28) Turn Off Phone - N/A (Not Rooted)
29) Reboot Into Recovery Now - N/A (Not Rooted)
30) Reboot Phone - N/A (Not Rooted)
31) Wolfam Alpha - N/A (Never Tried)
32) Send Whatsapp - Good
33) Enable Rotation Lock - Good
34) Disable Rotation Lock - Good

Hope this helps!

I also have some Tasker commands that work fine.

Thank you for the very detailed troubleshooting! I trust you have tried reinstalling Commandr. Can you also make sure that if you go into the list of built-in commands that those commands are enabled and that you haven't accidentally changed the phrase? I'm working right now on fixing the issues with the oneplus with the take a picture commands and will send you a test build when it is ready.
 

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Running
Model: OnePlus One (A0001)
ROM: CyanogenMod 11.0-XNPH33R
OS: Android 4.4.4
Kernel: 3.4.0-cyanogenmod (08/19/14 12:06:24 PDT)

So here is a list of commands that work, and those that don't:

1) Flashlight On - Good
2) Flashlight Off - Good
3*) Turn On Wifi - Bad (Just goes to Wifi Settings)
3a*) Note to self Turn On Wifi - Bad (Asks me what app to use, I select Commandr and nothing happens)
4*) Turn Off Wifi - Bad (Just goes to Wifi Settings)
4a*) Note to self Turn Off Wifi - Bad (Asks me what app to use, I select Commandr and nothing happens)
5) GPS On - N/A (Not rooted)
6) GPS Off - N/A (Not rooted)
7) Bluetooth On - Good
8) Bluetooth Off - Good
9) Pause Music - Good
10) Resume Music - Good
11) Next Song - Good
12) Previous Song - Assumed Good (Didn't try)
13) Unread SMS - Good
14) Play PlayList <blah> - Assumed Good (Didn't try)
15) Chat <Convo> - Good
16*) Turn On Data - Bad (Nothing Happens)
17*) Turn Off Data - Bad (Nothing Happens)
18) Read Unread Gmail - Good
19) Raise Volume - Good
20) Lower Volume - Good
21) Silence Ringer - Good
22) Unsilence Ringer - Good
23) Volume <%> - Good
24) Unlock Phone - Don't Know (Doesn't seem to do anything)
25) Lock Phone - Don't Know (Doesn't seem to do anything)
26*) Take a picture - Bad (Picture is save VERY low res, and Gallery Starts Crashing until reboot)
27*) Take a Selfie - Bad (Picture is save VERY low res, and Gallery Starts Crashing until reboot)
28) Turn Off Phone - N/A (Not Rooted)
29) Reboot Into Recovery Now - N/A (Not Rooted)
30) Reboot Phone - N/A (Not Rooted)
31) Wolfam Alpha - N/A (Never Tried)
32) Send Whatsapp - Good
33) Enable Rotation Lock - Good
34) Disable Rotation Lock - Good

Hope this helps!

I also have some Tasker commands that work fine.

Can you see if this build fixes the picture commands?
 

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zuckerj

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Thank you for the very detailed troubleshooting! I trust you have tried reinstalling Commandr. Can you also make sure that if you go into the list of built-in commands that those commands are enabled and that you haven't accidentally changed the phrase? I'm working right now on fixing the issues with the oneplus with the take a picture commands and will send you a test build when it is ready.
All the command I gave a status on were enabled and care was taken to make sure the proper phrase was used.

I did not reinstall the app, but I have rebooted multiple times as well as stopping and starting the accessibility service.

If you think I should reinstall, I can try that too.

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All the command I gave a status on were enabled and care was taken to make sure the proper phrase was used.

I did not reinstall the app, but I have rebooted multiple times as well as stopping and starting the accessibility service.

If you think I should reinstall, I can try that too.
Ha, will now that I just installed that update you asked me to test, I guess I've officially reinstalled. [emoji6]

I'll test and get back to you.

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Can you see if this build fixes the picture commands?
Ok, after installing version you provided

1) WiFi data on/off now DOES work.

2) Cell Data on/off does not seem to do anything still.

3) New HotSpot command works great!

4) Take a Picture and Take a Selfie commands no longer cause Gallery to crash, but A VERY low res image is still being stored.
 

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Miss using this on Droid maxx. But as long as I plug in my phone I can definitely wake my g3 and use commander.

This guy even figured out how to have touchless controls on a nexus 5 but refuses to release the work due to restrictions from qualcom

Sent from my VS985 4G using Tapatalk
 

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Miss using this on Droid maxx. But as long as I plug in my phone I can definitely wake my g3 and use commander.

This guy even figured out how to have touchless controls on a nexus 5 but refuses to release the work due to restrictions from qualcom

Sent from my VS985 4G using Tapatalk

It is more like if he does he'll be heavily sued as it requires using confidential files from qualcomm which he apparently obtained by working there, no idea how he got away with what he did...
 
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All the command I gave a status on were enabled and care was taken to make sure the proper phrase was used.

I did not reinstall the app, but I have rebooted multiple times as well as stopping and starting the accessibility service.

If you think I should reinstall, I can try that too.

---------- Post added at 08:05 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:02 PM ----------


Ha, will now that I just installed that update you asked me to test, I guess I've officially reinstalled. [emoji6]

I'll test and get back to you.

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Ok, after installing version you provided

1) WiFi data on/off now DOES work.

2) Cell Data on/off does not seem to do anything still.

3) New HotSpot command works great!

4) Take a Picture and Take a Selfie commands no longer cause Gallery to crash, but A VERY low res image is still being stored.

Awesome! Must have just been a bad build...I can confirm on my device that the cell data command seems to not be working. But it looks like this just might be because of the unique environment that OnePlus One has and I may be unable to fix this command for this device... I'll do some more research to try to figure it out. I can also confirm that the images are still low res. What I need to figure out now is if it is an issue with the CM gallery or with receiving input from the camera... Do you mind trying to find some other third-party app which takes pictures to see if the same problem exists?
 

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Awesome! Must have just been a bad build...I can confirm on my device that the cell data command seems to not be working. But it looks like this just might be because of the unique environment that OnePlus One has and I may be unable to fix this command for this device... I'll do some more research to try to figure it out. I can also confirm that the images are still low res. What I need to figure out now is if it is an issue with the CM gallery or with receiving input from the camera... Do you mind trying to find some other third-party app which takes pictures to see if the same problem exists?

I use Instagram to take pictures and they are stored in the Gallery just fine. I just used Flickr app to take a pic (By the way, I never used this app before to take a pic. This app has some cool, ON THE FLY filters that can get applied to the picture with an easy wheel selection tool. Kind of cool. Just thought I'd mention) and it stored the photo full resolution in the Gallery, just fine.
 

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I use Instagram to take pictures and they are stored in the Gallery just fine. I just used Flickr app to take a pic (By the way, I never used this app before to take a pic. This app has some cool, ON THE FLY filters that can get applied to the picture with an easy wheel selection tool. Kind of cool. Just thought I'd mention) and it stored the photo full resolution in the Gallery, just fine.

Okay fixed it :D It seems that CM gallery doesn't support specifying a default orientation so that's kind of weird, but now the resolution is fixed...
 

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There is a way to do it, but you have to actually manipulate the image yourself. It causes for a bit of lag and probably isn't worth doing if it only affects one device... But is this an important feature to you? I can always give you a special build as your testing was truly very helpful...

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There is a way to do it, but you have to actually manipulate the image yourself. It causes for a bit of lag and probably isn't worth doing if it only affects one device... But is this an important feature to you? I can always give you a special build as your testing was truly very helpful...

Sent from my A0001 using XDA Free mobile app

Naw, I can manually rotate the image myself. I can only see using the feature if I want to get a picture of myself and someone (not selfieish) and no one is around to snap it for me.

No worries, just wanted to help ya get it sorted to your satisfaction. Glad it works without crashing the Gallery, and it saves the right resolution.

Thanks!!!
 
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    Add commands to Google Now, no root required!
    No more "note to self" before every command! (v2.0)

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    Once you setup Commandr, it will always be accessible from Google Now and will only run when needed. It won't slow down your phone or your boot.

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    Command List (so far):
    - Flashlight On/Off
    - Wifi On/Off
    - GPS On/Off (some devices)
    - Bluetooth On/Off
    - Wireless Hotspot On/Off
    - Pause/Resume Music
    - Previous/Next Song
    - Read Unread SMS
    - Read Last SMS From Contact
    - Play Google Music Playlist
    - Chatbot (for Siri-like functionality)
    - Cellular Data On/Off
    - Read Unread Gmail
    - Raise/Lower Volume
    - Silence/Unsilence Ringer
    - Set Volume to Percentage
    - Unlock/Lock phone
    - Take a Picture
    - Take a Selfie
    - Shutdown (Root)
    - Reboot Recovery (Root)
    - Restart (Root)
    - Clear Notifications (Root)
    - Wolfram Alpha
    - Send Whatsapp message
    - Enable/Disable Rotation Lock
    - Enable/Disable Sync
    - Night mode (Disable wifi, data, and ringer)
    - Enable/Disable Airplane Mode (Root)
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    Tasker (In-App): Use this for launching a single task
    1. Install Commandr and Tasker - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.dinglisch.android.taskerm&hl=en
    2. Navigate to Tasks and press the add button in the bottom-right
    3. Configure the command and keep note of the name
    4. Ensure that Tasker is enabled (icon in top left is colored)
    5. Go to preferences (top-right) > Misc and check "Allow External Access"
    6. In the Commandr app click Tasker
    7. Find the command you created and enable it by tapping the switch top-right
    8. (Optional) edit the phrase that will activate the command

    Tasker (Plugin): Use this for launching multiple tasks
    1. Install Commandr and Tasker - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.dinglisch.android.taskerm&hl=en
    2. Under Profiles Click Add
    3. Event
    4. Plugin
    5. Commandr
    6. Configure the phrase to listen for
    7. Add tasks to profile

    3.4.1:
    - Fixed recognition for new Google Search update. Sorry for the delay on this, I've been busy finishing up my last year of high school... I've setup some systems so that if an update breaks it in the future, it should be faster to fix...
    - Updated translations

    3.4:
    Have to thank the Commandr open source community for this update. I've been busy with school and sports, I'll hopefully get some more time soon...

    Thanks to chylek:
    - Tasker variable %commandr_text available for more complex tasker commands
    - Fixes for recognition of subsequent commands
    - Matched regex groups are transferred to Tasker as variables %commander_N
    (where N is the group number)

    Thanks to Daniel Quah (emansih):
    - Added Twitter command

    ​3.3.1:
    - Fixed a major bug for users with Tasker commands. Sorry about that, it was literally a one word change which got through testing. Thank you for everybody who helped me resolve this!

    3.3:
    - Now search for keywords instead of an exact match. For example if you enter "Commandr is cool, Commandr & good" then all of the following phrases will match "Commandr is cool", "Commandr is really good", "Look at how good Commandr is"
    - New Command: Navigate with Waze
    - Crash & Bug Fixes
    - Updated translations Contribute at getlocalization.com/commandr

    3.2:
    - I'm excited to announce that I will be attending MIT next year!!! Thank you so much for your support, I couldn't have done it without you :) Now I get some extra time to push out some updates...
    - Battery Status Command
    - Audio Capture Command
    - Lollipop updates and niceties...
    - Some infrastructure work so future updates will be even faster! (Help contribute on Github!)
    - Bug fixes
    College is expensive, small donations are extremely appreciated! If every user donates 15 cents, I won't have to make my parents pay :)

    3.1:
    - New Command: Thank you Google (closes Google and reopens previous app) - this will only work if you are not using Google Now Launcher
    - New Command: Screen Brightness (specify percentage)
    - Fix crash on Lollipop when donating
    - Don't show the annoying no command toast when using the Xposed module
    - Updated translations
    - bug fixes

    ​3.0.1:
    - Fix for crash on contact button. (Please note: I am still unable to respond to messages because of homework, but I do look at all the messages and use them to guide further development...)
    - Fixes for random apps opening after executing a command

    3.0:
    - Full Android Wear Support! Run commands from your watch by either saying "Okay Google" + command or by opening the included Android Wear app and tapping on the command
    - Some Lollipop Goodness!
    - bug fixes
    New Commands:
    - Wireless Hotspot (flyingtoaster0)
    - Sync (emansih)
    - Night mode (disable wifi, data, and ringer) (emansih)
    - Airplane Mode (emansih)
    - Car Mode
    - Read Last SMS from Contact
    - Clear Notifications (root)

    2.8:
    - New Command: Silence/Unsilence Ringer
    - New Command: Enable/Disable Rotation Lock
    - New Command: Send Whatsapp Message
    - Added ability to donate based on huge number of requests (thank you guys so much!!!)
    - Updated Translations - help contribute at http://getlocalization.com/commandr
    - Various bug fixes

    2.7:
    - New Command: Take a Picture - shows the camera with a three second countdown before it takes a picture.
    - New Command: Take a Selfie - same thing as above, but with front camera
    - New Command: Wolfram Alpha - now you can say things like "wolfram integral of x squared" and it will open it up in either the wolfram alpha app or the website. (thanks firesoul453)
    - New Commands (Root Only): Shutdown, reboot into recovery, restart phone (thanks firesoul453)
    - Flashlight command now shows a UI when activated which should fix any remaining devices where the flashlight turns off after a second
    - Google Now will be reset before executing a Tasker command to prevent conflicts
    - Added a small banner ad with the option to turn it off, for the reasoning behind it see: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=54869625&postcount=143
    - Updated Translations - getlocalization.com/commandr

    2.6:
    - New Command: Set Volume to Percentage Command (thanks to open-source contributor firesoul453)
    - New Command: Unlock/Lock Phone (turned off by default)
    - Bug fixes for flashlight command (if you are still having issues please let me know)
    - Return to Previous App now works with users using Google Experience Launcher
    - Stop Commandr from speaking by tapping a button in the notification bar (for users with too many messages)
    - Updated Translations - getlocalization.com/commandr

    2.5:
    - New Command: Read Unread Gmail - will read snippets from all unread gmail messages (utilizes new Gmail Api announced at Google IO 2014)
    - New Command: Raise/Lower Volume
    - Tasker Event plugin accessible through Tasker>New Profile>Events>Plugin>Commandr
    - Return to last app after recognizing a command (optional) (accessibility service only)
    - Bug fixes
    - Updated Translations
    2.4:
    - New Command: Chatbot - Makes Google Now one step closer to Siri by allowing users to ask it anything and it will respond using PandoraBots
    - New Command: Toggle Cellular Data
    - Tasker Commands can now have comma-separated phrases
    - Issues with Tasker Commands which launch an activity are now resolved
    - Misc. Bug Fixes

    2.3:
    - Commandr is now open source! https://github.com/RSenApps/Commandr-Android
    - Fix issue where Google Now would still execute a command executed by Commandr
    - When accessibility service is enabled, automatically disable note command as Google's implementation works better
    - Fix issues with flashlight command and google play music playlist command
    - Multiple bug fixes
    - Updated and add multiple translations
    2.2:
    - Due to a huge number of suggested commands, users can now add commands directly and moderation will happen retroactively. If you have submitted a command suggestion, but have not received a response, please add it again in-app.
    - Listen to Google Play Playlist Command. Still working on making this actually play the music, but for now it will open the playlist. (This was the most voted command!)
    - Multiple bug and crash fixes
    - Added multiple translations (see the description)

    2.1:
    - Initial Italian translation: thanks to fast work by translators on http://www.getlocalization.com/commandr
    - Quick bug fix for users not using Tasker

    2.0:
    - No more "Note to Self"! Found an improved workaround which uses an accessibility service to listen for commands. (I have kept the "note to self" for users uncomfortable about the increased permissions)
    - No more waiting for "saving note...". Commands happen instantly.
    - Commands now work offline! Even the note command which used to only work online
    - Bug and Crash fixes

    1.1:
    - Multiple fixes to the setup flow (sorry about that!)
    - Multiple crash and bug fixes
    - Fixes for a subset of Samsung devices
    - Set multiple phrases for a single command by separating the phrases with commas
    - Tasker fixes
    - New Command: Read aloud unread SMS, now you can say "note to self unread SMS"
    - This was the most voted command, keep on voting!
    - This is the reason for the sms and contact permissions
    4
    Quick update on progress on removing requirement of "note to self" for root uses...

    This was implemented successfully using MohammadAG's Google Now API, but unfortunately it seems that this api has many bugs and has to be updated for the new version of Google Search. As soon as this is updated (he is on vacation right now), I will add this functionality :) For now, rolling back changes...
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    2.3:
    - Commandr is now open source! https://github.com/RSenApps/Commandr-Android
    - Fix issue where Google Now would still execute a command executed by Commandr
    - When accessibility service is enabled, automatically disable note command as Google's implementation works better
    - Fix issues with flashlight command and google play music playlist command
    - Multiple bug fixes
    - Updated and add multiple translations
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    2.4:
    - New Command: Chatbot - Makes Google Now one step closer to Siri by allowing users to ask it anything and it will respond using PandoraBots
    - New Command: Toggle Cellular Data
    - Tasker Commands can now have comma-separated phrases
    - Issues with Tasker Commands which launch an activity are now resolved
    - Misc. Bug Fixes

    Keep voting for and suggesting commands in-app!