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For some time now, I have been trying to get around the issue of not having the clipboard manager on my phone. The are applications
I rewrote the profile several times, therefore I’m slightly afraid that this tutorial is directed at more experienced Tasker users. If you want to know
I’m leaving to China for two weeks, and apart from an amazing adventure, I will be stripped of the access to Google services, Facebook and
Just a quick reminder. I did an overview of the Minimal and Elegant watch face with Tasker support earlier. You can read all about it
I have been working on this for some time now. It took me ages to get to the working prototype of ESP8266 smart ceiling light, mostly
There has been a profile for driving, cycling and getting back to the car or saved location already. We are missing a public transport profile
If you are using Google Now, you are aware of the ‘where I parked my car’ card. The additional card is displayed (needs to be
I love getting about on my bicycle. Thanks to Google Maps, finding the destination, and arriving there on time has never been an issue for
Previously I did a tutorial on how to assign custom fingerprint actions and make it context dependent. You can have a look at this tutorial
Fingerprint readers are pretty much useless in the default state. You can unlock the phone, or authorize a purchase, but other than this the usage