Secure Settings – A Tasker Plugin
Android device owners who use Tasker, may be interested to learn of a new plugin from XDA forum member intangibleDroid.
Secure Settings is a Tasker/Locale compatible plugin for Android OS 2.2 and above, and allows users to :
- Toggle the keyguard
- Lock the device
- Set or reset the device’s password/pin
- Run any linux command (with/without root)
- Tasker users can store command output info in user defined Tasker variables
- Wake the device
- And for root users – enable/disable wireless ADB
Secure Settings is available to download free in the Market.
For further information on the plugin and link to the Market, take a look at the application thread
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