Do you ever wonder what if your Android knows what kind of job that it must do everyday? Off course now we have Google Now app, but not all device packed with it at the moment. Luckily, with an app named Tasker, you can set some sort of “working schedule” on your Android. In other words, you can load some command on your device to turn on WiFi when you’re at office, decreasing brightness level when your’re at home, and other scheduled tasks!
Wow, so how much this app cost? It is now available for $6.49 at Google Play guys. Considering the function that it can deliver, Tasker is currently priced cheaply. In order to make your command work, you need to write down the formula in context and task formula. Context is a definite situation which task is triggered, while task is an action that your phone should take in any given situation or context.
I know that it is pretty difficult for newbie to use Tasker on the first time. There are lot of empty blank to fill and you will easily lost on Tasker’s overwhelming interface. That is why today i decide you to give you an example how to program such simple function like disable features when your battery percentage is low. Ready? Here we goes guys.
1. Tap + button and create new profile. Name it as battery. Pick context menu and select State > Power > Battery Level. You need to slide the “From” section to 0 and “To” section to 20. Tap on the checkmark
2. Press the “New Task” button. Name it as “Low battery”. Now you need to choose what kind of features that you want to be disabled when your battery life is critical. For example, if you want to turned off the Auto Sync, go to Net > Auto Sync > Tap on checkmark
That’s it guys. You’re done with your first Tasker command. In order to make advanced task, you need to do lot of practice and make yourself get used to it’s interface. Please let me know if you already find a good way to set cool commands with Tasker. I am very interested!tags: Android, app, Automatic, How to, Schedule, Task, Tasker, Tutorial