Is there a way to schedule the sending of messages on whatsapp using some particular program or script (obviously having the root of the device)?

I tried many applications to schedule sending messages, but none of them was automatic, they all needed user interaction.

I also tried to create some sort of scripts but with no results because they were in conflict with the operation of the application. My phone has Android 11 and I noticed that going on with the versions is getting more and more complex to work at the programming and automation level.

In particular, I would need something automatic that requires no interaction to send these messages

  • Does the solution need to be mobile-only? I ask because you're more likely to be able to write some sort of batch script that can be scheduled to run an ADB command; however, I think that would be more appropriate to post up in SU for rather than here.
    – Arctiic
    Apr 28 at 13:46
  • Yes the solution does not have to be mobile-only
    – Leo
    Apr 28 at 17:13

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I couldn't comment so I had to write this as an answer? There is a TaskerNet task to send WhatsApp messages here: WhatsApp Message. I have not personally used it, so I don't know if it works. Also, if your phone is rooted there are a couple of guides using autovoice and tasker, and one using SQLite.

  • Thanks for the answer, but I have already tried these methods and they do not meet my needs
    – Leo
    Apr 28 at 17:14

I was searching for the solution for a long long time, the best what I found is to use Takser task. It's described in this Reddit thread: https://www.reddit.com/r/tasker/comments/bnnkvg/send_whatsapp_with_sql_with_locked_screen/f2xi0zx/?context=3

However, with latest Whatsapp versions it doesn't work with sending to groups, couldn't find out why.

Alternatively, you can use custom Whatsapp client, as I do now

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