This app uses the Device Administrator permission.
E-Robot Pro This is an automation application which makes it possible for your device to execute commands automatically. When you create a command you can specify which actions to execute when a given event occurs.
The application is an alternative to other similar applications to automate tasks, handle profiles, etc.: Tasker, AutomateIt, Llama, Locale, Profiles, …
The application allows you to specify more than 170 event types and execute more than 150 action types; furthermore, all event and action types can be parameterized, making the app even more versatile, and its functionality may be expanded in the future.
E-Robot can handle events which are location-based, time-triggered, application-handled, and more.
– More than 170 parameterized event types (location-based, application-based, scheduling, …)
– More than 150 parameterized action types
– Conditions can be used for both events and actions
– Variables and expressions
– Positioning is based on cells, geo coordinates or wi-fi networks
– Command execution can be event-triggered or manually using shortcuts
– Manual confirmation can be set for command execution
– Efficient operation, there is a Performance screen to check it
– Full backup and restore possibility
– History and Debug of command execution
– 3rd party support: Elixir 2 profile activation, Locale action plugins, Ipack icons
The wi-fi-based location detection is a perfect usage of the new "Scanning always available" feature of Android 4.4 even if wi-fi is disabled.
This free version contains ads but there is a Pro Key which hide ads and removes this restriction.
Languages: english, magyar, polski
The application needs the following Device Administrator (BIND_DEVICE_ADMIN) permissions:
– Lock the screen permission: makes it possible to turn screen off using the "Turn screen off" action
– Change the screen lock permission: makes it possible to turn lock screen on/off using the "Lock" action
– Monitor screen-unlock attempts permission: makes it possible to detect when user unlocks the device using the "Password succeeded" event