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You can try to create the following flow with Automate and test if it accomplishes it. Create a new flow by pressing on the + button Press again on the + button, search for SMS. Select "SMS received" block Press the "SMS received" block. Enter the phone number of the sender. Click on "Subscription ID" and select your SIM card (...


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As you guessed, you need an extra app and in this case automation app. MacroDroid is easy to learn and free up to 5 macros. You need one macro Trigger Bluetooth event → Device connected → your car device Action Priority mode/Do not disturb → select one of the options - Allow priority notifications or Block all Name and save the macro ...


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If you're using the internet on the phone, does Android auto-switch between SIMs on dual-SIM phones when one of the SIMs has poor reception? No. Android doesn't offer such provisions. Pixel 3a line is dual Sim and if Android has this provision, it would have been incorporated in these phones. It is most likely referring to Dual SIM Dual Active devices where ...


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If you want to turn on the Out Loud using automation app, do this: Target: Activity Package: com.hillman.out_loud Class: com.hillman.out_loud.activity.OnActivity Leave the rest entries untouched. If you want to turn off the Out Loud, do this: Target: Activity Package: com.hillman.out_loud Class: com.hillman.out_loud.activity.OffActivity If you want to ...


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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 you need only one macro for your need) and easy to learn. Give the app all permissions it asks for and from Settings →Email settings, enter your Gmail account details. Create a macro as shown below (use + to add triggers /...


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I'm using gist by Github (which can be done using gem install gist after installing ruby package) for broadcasting my battery percentage first to a private file, tried using ix.io but pkg install ix didn't work on Android terminal the config.guess threw and error saying unable to guess system type. Already had Termux installed on my Android with necessary ...


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Some OEM ROMs offer such a functionality, most do not. You can check your device's settings, if there is such an entry. If there is none, then it is not possible. So, the answer to this question will be a yes and no together. It will depend on which smartphone you have. You can certainly not achieve this with 3rd party apps.


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In brief Automating an already visible Quick Settings tile # Click on a TileService of the specified component cmd statusbar click-tile com.package.name/.service.QuickSettingsTileComponent # You may need to expand the status bar to show the quick settings # before it'll apply. Not sure why. cmd statusbar expand-settings sleep 0.25 # 250 ms or shorter may ...


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I'm stepping out of my comfort zone with this one, but seeing as no one else has had any input, I thought I may as well mention it for you to test: 1) Go to G Play Market and install Nova Launcher. 2) Skip all the setup and go straight to Home screen with Nova as default launcher (since you're just testing functionality at this point) 3) Long press your ...


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