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So basically I want to run a few line of code each time a specific application is launched and closed.

Is there application which could do that ? (Busybox ?)

I actually have to print it my self in a terminal emulator and it's a bit harsh :/

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Using Terminal Emulator and Macrodroid, an automation app

Create a macro in which the Trigger is launch application of your choice and action is Launch Shortcut where you choose Term Shortcut and key in the commands in the arguments . See Firelord's answer here for additional details Home screen icon for terminal program?

  • Great answer but it seems not to work withsu (application block when I want to add other lines, any advice ?) – Baldráni Sep 29 '16 at 10:19
  • Thanks. It works for me as shown here. Though i used a single command. Can you please recheck your syntax and try with su-c – beeshyams Sep 29 '16 at 10:36
  • Another thing you can try is split your commands into easier to troubleshoot sections and add each of this section as an action (you can hand multiple actions for a trigger). If you want you can separate these actions by wait X sec. Note that if you are using && to join command unless the first command is executed the next will not run. Breaking into sections and multiple actions can help troubleshoot – beeshyams Sep 29 '16 at 10:43

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