ideas for android app

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  1. LocoRon

    LocoRon Member

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    Display -> Display Rotation -> Off

    I think that should do it.

    And then, create an exit task that sets the display rotation back to on. :)
     
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    Thanks wish it were that easy.. I can't even get past display... I'll never figure out this app

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    Open Tasker, and in the Profiles tab, press the green plus to create a new profile. You can name it if you want. Press the green check mark to confirm your choice and move on. Now you need to select the first context. Tap Application. It will build a list of applications that are available; select the applications you want to trigger your event (ie, the apps you mentioned earlier). Once they're selected, tap the green check mark. Now you can either attach any existing (named) tasks, or create a new task. If you don't have any tasks made, just tap New Task. I recommend naming this task (something like "Lock Rotation" should work nicely). Once that's done, you can now work on the actual task. Press the blue plus button to add your first task. This will open the Action Category list. Take the time to browse the categories if you want; the numbers list the number of actions available. Whenever you're ready to move on, tap the Display category. Then select Display Rotation. Make sure the dropdown menu is at "off". Tap the green check mark. Your task should now display "1. Display Rotation Set Off" (with some formatting I don't care to attempt to reproduce here). If that's all you wanted to do, tap the green check mark.
    Now rotation will be locked to what it was at the time you opened the app. In order to unlock the rotation (ie, enable automatic rotation), long press on the task and select Add Exit Task. If Add Exit Task isn't available, you probably long pressed the wrong item, try again until you get it. :) From here on the, steps are pretty much identical to what you just did (create a new task; if you named the locking task, I recommend you name this one as well--"Unlock Rotation" should work well). When you get to the Display Rotation action, change the Set dropdown option to On.

    Make sure there is a green check mark next to this profile (which means it is enable), then press the green check mark at the bottom of Tasker. Now fire up one of the apps to test if it's working; if it's not, post a message and I can try to help you troubleshoot. :)
     
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    Hello,
    Thanx 4 posting for Srap,

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