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The only app I know of that works fine is "Android Bot Maker" (XDA link here) sadly, it can't record the touches, but you can set it manually yourself, by finding out the coordinates by enabling "show pointer location" on the developers category of the OS settings.
Llama is a great tool! It receives GSM tower ID and learns your locations (home, work, school) so you can set which profile to turn at specific location at specific time. Best feature is that it's NOT a battery drainer.
It sounds like Agent fits the bill for you. Specifically, the Sleep Agent. I do use the Agent app, though I don't use the Sleep Agent itself, so this list of features is just me going through the setup options in the app. Set Days & Times for it to activate. (defaults to 11:00 PM through 7:00 the next morning, Sunday through Thursday nights.) ...
Since Google Voice just comes in as a normal carrier call, there is no simple way to separate those calls. It doesn't pass any identifying information that the phone could use to identify it is a Google Voice call versus a carrier call. You can, however, change your Google Voice settings (on the website, not the app) so that it always shows your Google ...
You can set permissions (Allowed All / Wi-Fi Only / Blocked All) on per-app basis with LostNet Firewall: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lostnet.fw.free
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