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Is there a way to record macros and replay them? I want to record real touchscreen and keyboard presses I make when I'm using an app, and be able to "replay" them later to repeat the same actions.

Something like iMacro, but for Android instead of Firefox.

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You would need root for this with a 100% certainty, and the development for root apps isn't like that of regular apps (due to cash flow), with a few notable exceptions (like TitaniumBackup, which still works a little bit without root I guess). I would say that there's almost certainly nothing like this out there ready made, although it's obviously possible for anyone with the programming skills. – pzkpfw Nov 8 '13 at 13:01
    
How to implement it effectively? The way I can currently imagine is just ptrace'ing Android's system process, temporarily overriding data coming from /dev/input/event* file descriptors. – Vi0 Nov 8 '13 at 22:48
    
AutoInput can do it. – Firelord Sep 15 '15 at 1:01

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