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Automation is the preferred option. Many apps are available. I prefer using MacroDroid , since it is free (upto 5 macros) and easy to learn. To understand how MacroDroid works and required settings, my answer here Edit: I overlooked a correct set of actions, my fault. The earlier option of set ringtone reacts at the point where the phone rings, at ...


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I was struggling too and today I finally found a solution (may be a bite late for you but may help others) that works for my stock rooted android device 4.4.2 : Install E-Robot, a powerful tasker that have really great features Then install Secure Settings, that will appear as a third party actions on E-Robot. There, you can choose Root Action and VPN, ...


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Okay, it seems the answer is trivial. My fingers don't have to lose the comfort of typing adb push, yet I would be able to cause media scanner scan my pushed file, automatically and immediately. Here's my script tweaked to my needs: (Note: root access is not required in Android) #!/bin/bash function push_file () { target="${@: -1}"; ...


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Their is a notification program in android already if you are on Android 4.4+ 4.4+ ... Hold on the notification and go to app info, Then deselect show notifications 5.0+... Hold on the notification and select hide notifications from this app or notifications like this ! Then manually turn the apps back on again ! The notification manager is in different ...


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I'm not sure how the media scanner works exactly, I think that the media scanner constantly updates the Download folder inside internal storage... if something doesn't show up inside another folder, i copy it to the download folder and it triggers media scanner... Try using Download folder inside Internal Storage as the absolute path


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Sound & notification > Do not disturb. You can set specific time intervals



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