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How can I enable (WiFi and Data) connection every 30 minutes, then keep it active for 2 minutes (time required to get any notifications), and then disable the connection again?

Are there any solutions besides Tasker?

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    Plenty. Best known for that is probably JuiceDefender. Llama and other automating-tools will handle that as well. – Izzy Feb 2 '14 at 16:59
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    DS battery Saver Pro has the exact functionality, in case you would like to see an alternative. – Firelord Jun 2 '15 at 20:59
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If you dont want to pay for Tasker, use the free alternative Automate. It has similar functionality and can automate the same things.

  • While Automate is "free", it follows the "freemium" model, so it does have in-app purchases. – Ryan Conrad Feb 5 '15 at 22:23
  • @Ryan Yes, but automating the Wi-Fi as OP was asking for can be done without any purchase, for free. – ballzak Feb 6 '15 at 20:17
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You could try Android bot maker which can automate taps at particular co-ordinates..swipes etc.. But root access is needed for this app...

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