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    Quote Originally Posted by dadep View Post
    Hello,
    I'm new to Android and I have found Llama very useful and powerful to manage my smartphone. For now I have configured basic events but I would like to set up something more complex. For example I would to know if is possible to configure nested events, like:

    Event Name: Screen On
    Main Event: When Screen turn On
    Condition #1: when in zone home or office
    Event #1: wifi on, cellular data off
    OR
    Condition #2: when not in zone home or office (unknown area, into the car, on the road, etc....)
    Event #2: cellular data on, wifi off

    This to avoid to setup two separate events (Screen On at home/office - Screen On out of home/office).

    Thanks in advance
    Davide
    Hi, sadly you can not create events like this with Llama, only if the "if something then do something" type. So you have to create the two events separately.

    What you can do is nest this type of events, like "if something then do (if something then do something) " with the queued events.

    BR

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  2. #152  

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    New Users - Please Read

    I have learned a lot from this thread - so please DO NOT use this post as your definitive guide to Llama!!! There are several other experienced Llama users throughout the pages that you can learn a LOT from!!!

    With the traditional forum disclosure out of the way ...I've been using Llama for quite a while and am somewhat obsessed. I've found myself sitting in parking lots setting up new Events.
    I think I've got some pretty effective Events configured for MY needs, but I believe once you understand the basic logic behind them you can take them and run with them to meet your needs.

    In short - Llama let's you change settings on your phone based on LOCATION and TIME.

    The first thing to understand is Llama has THREE major parts that you need to identify and configure.

    (Some content copied and summarized from the dev's website KebabApps: Instructions )

    1. Areas:
    From the website: Llama does not use GPS like some other applications, it also doesn't use any data connection so it won't eat into your data plan. Instead, Llama uses the unique ID given to each phone mast (or cell) that your phone is connected to. You have to train your Llama so that it know which location each of the phone masts this corresponds to. Please see the link if you need more information on how to train your phone.
    In my configuration, I only see a need for "Home" and "Work". Of course it knows when I'm NOT in those areas as well (and sets my profile to Loud when I leave home or work for example).

    2. Profiles:
    From the website: Profiles provide a way of grouping the ringer, vibrate, ringtones and notification tones, similar to how other phone manufacturers handle these functions.... You can change the profile manually by using the Profiles tab, or by creating events that change the profile. Llama comes with some built in profiles named normal, quiet and loud. You can add new ones, edit these ones or delete them.
    I view profiles as mainly Ringer/Volume/Notification control in short. Everything else I handle through Events.

    3. Events:
    From the website Events are at the heart of Llama. You define events to tell your Llama what you want it to do. Each event has a set of conditions and actions. When all of the conditions are met, the actions are run. Llama comes with some default events, but you can customise them as you wish. One of the events is named 'Quiet at night', and is based on the fact that you are at home, and the time is after 10pm. This means that when it is late and you are at home, it will turn the ringer to a lower volume. However, if you are at the pub and it's after 10pm, it will leave the ringer alone (NOTE: this is assuming that your home and the pub are suitably far away. Llama works best in built up areas with lots of phone masts).
    PLEASE visit the website and read more on Events since they really do make the app tick!

    I wanted to just post the screenshots below but figured posting the above would make this more useful.
    So here are my Events for you to review.
    ***I found it best to NUMBER my events so I can keep them organized when I review. They kind of correspond to how my day goes I guess.
    1. Wake up (during the week)
    2. Leave the house (any day/time)
    3. Arrive at work
    4. Leave work
    5. Go to sleep (during the week)
    6. Wake up (during the weekend... I SLEEP IN so needed a different Event for Sat/Sun)
    7. Go to sleep (during the weekend. I STAY UP LATE on the weekend!)
    8. Evenings at home (where I want WiFi enabled, etc)

    ..... Those are the main ones that control my phone. I've got two (important to me) extra events for when I put my phone in my car dock and take it out which I'll post at the bottom.

    1. Wake up (during the week)
    2. Leave the house (any day/time)




    3. Arrive at work
    4. Leave work




    5. Go to sleep (during the week)
    6. Wake up (during the weekend... I SLEEP IN so needed a different Event for Sat/Sun)




    7. Go to sleep (during the weekend. I STAY UP LATE on the weekend!)
    8. Evenings at home (where I want WiFi enabled, etc)




    And my Car Dock / Undock events, where I want to launch nav (Waze), Play Music, put the Media Volume to the Max, etc:


    As I said, there are TONS more examples on here and even much more advanced profiles and events, but I think mine represent a good basic starting point so Llama takes care of you 24/7/365.

    I can honestly say I think it is very fun to set this app up and make your phone do what you want. Hopefully this helps some people get a feel for what you can do, and please visit the developers website since there's a TON more information there for you to learn from.
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  3. #153  

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    if you use Astrid you can make Llama run an astrid shortcut based on location, for example, when i get home, llama fires the "show the tasks on the list "home" due today" and you have location based tasks

    it's useful for remembering to buy something at the supermarket or some task at the college.


    when i'm at college and the calendar have a class event, the phones turns airplane mode on for no distractions.


    when a location app (foursquare, sonar, maps) is open and i'm outside, turn on the wifi for 5 minutes for accuracy


    and the guy who simulated juicedefenders behavior, thanks, it saves a lot of internal memory :B
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  4. #154  

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    Quote Originally Posted by FLAWLESSVW View Post
    New Users - Please Read

    I have learned a lot from this thread - so please DO NOT use this post as your definitive guide to Llama!!! There are several other experienced Llama users throughout the pages that you can learn a LOT from!!!

    With the traditional forum disclosure out of the way ...I've been using Llama for quite a while and am somewhat obsessed. I've found myself sitting in parking lots setting up new Events.
    I think I've got some pretty effective Events configured for MY needs, but I believe once you understand the basic logic behind them you can take them and run with them to meet your needs.

    In short - Llama let's you change settings on your phone based on LOCATION and TIME.

    The first thing to understand is Llama has THREE major parts that you need to identify and configure.

    (Some content copied and summarized from the dev's website KebabApps: Instructions )

    1. Areas:
    From the website: Llama does not use GPS like some other applications, it also doesn't use any data connection so it won't eat into your data plan. Instead, Llama uses the unique ID given to each phone mast (or cell) that your phone is connected to. You have to train your Llama so that it know which location each of the phone masts this corresponds to. Please see the link if you need more information on how to train your phone.
    In my configuration, I only see a need for "Home" and "Work". Of course it knows when I'm NOT in those areas as well (and sets my profile to Loud when I leave home or work for example).

    2. Profiles:
    From the website: Profiles provide a way of grouping the ringer, vibrate, ringtones and notification tones, similar to how other phone manufacturers handle these functions.... You can change the profile manually by using the Profiles tab, or by creating events that change the profile. Llama comes with some built in profiles named normal, quiet and loud. You can add new ones, edit these ones or delete them.
    I view profiles as mainly Ringer/Volume/Notification control in short. Everything else I handle through Events.

    3. Events:
    From the website Events are at the heart of Llama. You define events to tell your Llama what you want it to do. Each event has a set of conditions and actions. When all of the conditions are met, the actions are run. Llama comes with some default events, but you can customise them as you wish. One of the events is named 'Quiet at night', and is based on the fact that you are at home, and the time is after 10pm. This means that when it is late and you are at home, it will turn the ringer to a lower volume. However, if you are at the pub and it's after 10pm, it will leave the ringer alone (NOTE: this is assuming that your home and the pub are suitably far away. Llama works best in built up areas with lots of phone masts).
    PLEASE visit the website and read more on Events since they really do make the app tick!

    I wanted to just post the screenshots below but figured posting the above would make this more useful.
    So here are my Events for you to review.
    ***I found it best to NUMBER my events so I can keep them organized when I review. They kind of correspond to how my day goes I guess.
    1. Wake up (during the week)
    2. Leave the house (any day/time)
    3. Arrive at work
    4. Leave work
    5. Go to sleep (during the week)
    6. Wake up (during the weekend... I SLEEP IN so needed a different Event for Sat/Sun)
    7. Go to sleep (during the weekend. I STAY UP LATE on the weekend!)
    8. Evenings at home (where I want WiFi enabled, etc)

    ..... Those are the main ones that control my phone. I've got two (important to me) extra events for when I put my phone in my car dock and take it out which I'll post at the bottom.

    1. Wake up (during the week)
    2. Leave the house (any day/time)

    http://forums.androidcentral.com/att...1&d=1360776154

    3. Arrive at work
    4. Leave work

    http://forums.androidcentral.com/att...1&d=1360776154

    5. Go to sleep (during the week)
    6. Wake up (during the weekend... I SLEEP IN so needed a different Event for Sat/Sun)

    http://forums.androidcentral.com/att...1&d=1360776154

    7. Go to sleep (during the weekend. I STAY UP LATE on the weekend!)
    8. Evenings at home (where I want WiFi enabled, etc)

    http://forums.androidcentral.com/att...1&d=1360776154

    And my Car Dock / Undock events, where I want to launch nav (Waze), Play Music, put the Media Volume to the Max, etc:
    http://forums.androidcentral.com/att...1&d=1360776154

    As I said, there are TONS more examples on here and even much more advanced profiles and events, but I think mine represent a good basic starting point so Llama takes care of you 24/7/365.

    I can honestly say I think it is very fun to set this app up and make your phone do what you want. Hopefully this helps some people get a feel for what you can do, and please visit the developers website since there's a TON more information there for you to learn from.
    For some reason I cannot see your pictures you posted. Anyone else having problems or is it just me?

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    Sent from my Moto X assembled in the USA!!
  5. #155  

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJ View Post
    For some reason I cannot see your pictures you posted. Anyone else having problems or is it just me?

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    Me too...

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  6. #156  

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    Quote Originally Posted by kurokirasama View Post
    Me too...

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    Hmm... Strange. I'll look at it when I get back to my PC.

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  7. #157  

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    I currently have my cell phone set to manually check for email. What I would like for it to do is check for email periodically when I am connected to a particular Wi-Fi signal.

    Is that something llama can do?

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  8. #158  

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJ View Post
    I currently have my cell phone set to manually check for email. What I would like for it to do is check for email periodically when I am connected to a particular Wi-Fi signal.

    Is that something llama can do?


    Sent from my Nexus 4 using Tapatalk 2
    Yes, it can. You basically have to simulate juicedefender behaviour.
    I'll give more detail later, 'cause i'm in a hurry right now...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kurokirasama View Post
    Yes, it can. You basically have to simulate juicedefender behaviour.
    I'll give more detail later, 'cause i'm in a hurry right now...
    Cool thanks.
  10. #160  

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    Hi again.

    I simulate juice defender behavior by forcing a synchronization every "t" amount of minutes for "T" seconds or minutes. Now, t=5 in a peak schedule in weekdays, t=15 in peak schedule in weekends, t=15 in normal schedule in weekdays and t=1 hour in normal schedule in weekends. You have to create a different event for every different value of "t". In the same order, T=30s, 1min, 1min and 2min.

    The event goes like this (this is the normal schedule in weekdays) :

    --Conditions:

    - Advanced: Repeat every 15 minutes and stop if conditions are not met.

    - Days of the week: MTWTF
    - Battery level: over 10%
    - Llama variable: when 'night' doesn't have value 'yes' ('night~=yes) (1)
    - Llama variable: 'syncrowifi'=yes (2)
    - Llama variable: 'holiday'~=yes (3)
    - Llama variable: 'Day' =yes (4)
    - Location: all places where you have wifi.
    - OR: [Time: between 7:00 and 12:30] or [Time: between 20:30 and 1:30] (5)

    -- Actions:

    - wifi on.
    - Llama icon: 1 point (6), no changing color.
    - Variable llama: 'syncingwifi' to yes (7)
    - Queued event: "start syncro"
    - Queued event: "stop syncro if not connected" (8)

    --- Queued events:

    -- start syncro: 8 seconds delay.

    - Conditions:
    - connected to any wifi network.

    - Actions:
    - Activate syncro, force update.
    {- Queued event: 1 min delay.
    - deactivate syncro.
    - Llama icon: 0 points, no color change.
    - Variable llama: 'syncingwifi' to no.}

    -- stop syncro if not connected: 8 seconds delay.

    - Conditions: not connected to any wifi.

    - Actions:
    - Variable llama: 'syncingwifi' to no.
    - Llama icon: 0 points, no color change.
    - wifi off.

    * Notes:
    (1) My night profile start 15 minutes after no activity is detected starting 0:00, and variable 'night' is set to yes when is activated. This is for not allowing syncro when this profile is activated before the time limit (1:30) and for not stop it earlier.

    (2) This is for stop syncro if I want to. I have an event that set that variable to 'no'. This is more useful for the data version of this events.
    (3) When there's a holiday in the calendar, another event set that variable to yes, and the weekends schedules are executed.

    (4) With my alarm event I set variable 'Day' to yes and with the night profile to no. Night profile is ended before the alarm, so there a little time when night and day are set to no.

    (5) Evidently the peak schedule is between 12:30 and 20:30

    (6) Two point for peak schedule.

    (7) Another event turn wifi off with screen off if this variable have value no.

    (8) It happened to me sometimes that wifi didn't connect within the 8 seconds. This is for stopping syncro and turn wifi off if that happens. If the conditions of a Queued event aren't true the event disappears without triggering.

    () Each one of this events have its analog, using data instead of wifi when I'm not in wifi zones.

    Hope this help you.

    Best regards,


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    Ok I got the images back in my post. I just can't figure out how to make the "Attached Images" go away at the bottom of my post and just show where I insert them (without uploading somewhere else than here... - that's what I was trying to do the first time to clean it up.

    Oh well - they're there and hopefully give some basic overview!
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    Hello, yours sounds to be a bit complex

    I do the following to sync every 20 minutes, (you can add locations or time and have one for Wifi and another for Data so that it uses one of the modes )
    So it has a pair of events, 1 switches on Wifi or data every 20 minutes and the other one switches it off every 21 minutes. - I think another user also had a similar logic in this forum

    Create Event name it something
    Click advanced:
    Delay Event
    Delay Minutes : 1 minutes
    Cancel Delay if False
    Repeating Event
    Repeat Every 20 Minutes

    Conditions:
    Screen Off

    Action: (two actions)
    Action 1.
    Queue Another Event (enter these details for the Queue Event):
    Event Name: Data On
    > Queue Delay: 19 Minutes
    > Actions: Toggle Mobile Data On
    > request sync

    Action 2.
    Toggle Mobile Data Off
    Disable Sync
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    Quote Originally Posted by MJ View Post
    Cool thanks.
    Please check my post which is a bit simple to sync every nn minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sribalajee View Post
    Hello, yours sounds to be a bit complex

    I do the following to sync every 20 minutes, (you can add locations or time and have one for Wifi and another for Data so that it uses one of the modes )
    So it has a pair of events, 1 switches on Wifi or data every 20 minutes and the other one switches it off every 21 minutes. - I think another user also had a similar logic in this forum

    Create Event name it something
    Click advanced:
    Delay Event
    Delay Minutes : 1 minutes
    Cancel Delay if False
    Repeating Event
    Repeat Every 20 Minutes

    Conditions:
    Screen Off

    Action: (two actions)
    Action 1.
    Queue Another Event (enter these details for the Queue Event):
    Event Name: Data On
    > Queue Delay: 19 Minutes
    > Actions: Toggle Mobile Data On
    > request sync

    Action 2.
    Toggle Mobile Data Off
    Disable Sync
    Hi, you're right, this is more simple than mine and it works. However you will have some issues.

    - First, you won't sync at all with the screen on (I guest you still want to receive emails when using your phone). Moreover, if you turn the screen on when syncing, the synchronization won't stop until you turn your screen off.
    - For Wifi, if you keep wifi on all the time in your house, this will turn it off, and if you turn the screen on at that moment, you will have to turn it on manually. On the other hand, if you turn wifi on with the screen at home, this causes least problems, but you will still have the first issue.

    Because of these and other issues, when I created the events at the end of the synchronization I don't turn off data or wifi (I stop synchronization but don't turn connections off), like I said, I have another event that will turn off wifi (and another event for Data) when the screen is off and there is no synchronization in execution.
    Also i have the event that turns wifi on with the screen at home, when there is no synchronization in execution (since it's unnecessary).

    Finally, your events are fine if you want the same synchronization rate all the time. I did mine considering peaks and normal schedules for weekdays and weekends differently. All these ideas came for simulating juice defender advanced behavior.

    Nevertheless, my events do want I wanted them to do and you can modify them to your likes ;-)

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    Hi. Lots of good stuff in this thread. I've already put to use some of the examples provided here

    Anyway, there's something I'd like to do, and don't know how - or even if it's possible. I'd like to put my SGS3 into the "battery saving mode".

    I can turn the brightness down, turn off the haptic response, turn wifi, BT, data off, even change the wallpaper to a black png. But can I force the CPU speed to 1000 Hz max? Is there some way (android intents?) to accomplish this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pezbailarin View Post
    Hi. Lots of good stuff in this thread. I've already put to use some of the examples provided here

    Anyway, there's something I'd like to do, and don't know how - or even if it's possible. I'd like to put my SGS3 into the "battery saving mode".

    I can turn the brightness down, turn off the haptic response, turn wifi, BT, data off, even change the wallpaper to a black png. But can I force the CPU speed to 1000 Hz max? Is there some way (android intents?) to accomplish this?
    Hi, I don't know if is possible. If it is, we will probably need root access and trough android intents.

    I recommend you the app setcpu, you need root access. With this app you can create profiles with conditions like the ones in llama, but the actions are limiting cpu frequency, governors, among others.

    Best regards,

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    Ok, i have one to figure out here...I have Tmobile and use Wifi Calling at home due to no signal in basement.
    I have llama set so that when I leave home disable wifi if not connected. Problem is it never disables the wifi. I leave the house and am not connected anymore so it should...., but doesn't.
    I have to use the if not connected part because of wifi calling. If I don't llama thinks I left home the second wifi calling is connected because it shuts off the cell tower reception. If I just say turn off wifi then it is an endless loop.
    So what can I do to actually make it disconnect when I really do leave home and am no longer connected? Am I missing something or is this a bug?
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    Quote Originally Posted by danbutter View Post
    Ok, i have one to figure out here...I have Tmobile and use Wifi Calling at home due to no signal in basement.
    I have llama set so that when I leave home disable wifi if not connected. Problem is it never disables the wifi. I leave the house and am not connected anymore so it should...., but doesn't.
    I have to use the if not connected part because of wifi calling. If I don't llama thinks I left home the second wifi calling is connected because it shuts off the cell tower reception. If I just say turn off wifi then it is an endless loop.
    So what can I do to actually make it disconnect when I really do leave home and am no longer connected? Am I missing something or is this a bug?
    Hi, could you post the details of your event?

    In the mean time, you could do this:

    - rename your location "home" learned by cell towers to "near home"
    - in experimental configurations enable wifi polling.
    - create an area called "home" and just add as a "cell tower" your wifi name or Mac.
    - now your event just should be: when leaving home turn wifi off.
    - as a recommendation also create these events:
    1. In near home but not at home, change wifi polling rate to 5 min
    2. Leaving near home or at home, change wifi polling to never.

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    In general, how often do you guys have llama checking for cell towers once it has already learned that area?

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    I just left the default that I think it's 5 minutes

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    I use wifi polling, the default is set to every 5 minutes. Shouldn't it turn on every 5 minutes, check for networks and then turn off? My wifi never turns off even though I'm not connected to my networks. I know you can creat a home and near home area and then set it to turn off polling but this defeats the purpose of using wifi to help "locate" your home area. How come the polling doesn't turn it briefly off and on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bw13 View Post
    I use wifi polling, the default is set to every 5 minutes. Shouldn't it turn on every 5 minutes, check for networks and then turn off? My wifi never turns off even though I'm not connected to my networks. I know you can creat a home and near home area and then set it to turn off polling but this defeats the purpose of using wifi to help "locate" your home area. How come the polling doesn't turn it briefly off and on?
    Yes I think it should if there is not another action involved. So, do you have any other events that handle wifi at your home, like turn it on at home or just with the screen? If you do, those events have priority, so if you turn your wifi on either manually or trough an event, the polling will not turn it off. If you don't, how do you connect to wifi when you want to use it? Manually?

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    Can someone please explain why I have so many "ignored" events?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kurokirasama View Post
    Hi, could you post the details of your event?

    In the mean time, you could do this:

    - rename your location "home" learned by cell towers to "near home"
    - in experimental configurations enable wifi polling.
    - create an area called "home" and just add as a "cell tower" your wifi name or Mac.
    - now your event just should be: when leaving home turn wifi off.
    - as a recommendation also create these events:
    1. In near home but not at home, change wifi polling rate to 5 min
    2. Leaving near home or at home, change wifi polling to never.

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    I started over so I can't post what was happening, but your method worked for me...Thanks!
    I think the only thing I did different was I set wifi polling to never under leave home and just disable wifi under leave near home.
    Works great now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MJ View Post
    Can someone please explain why I have so many "ignored" events?

    Sent from my Nexus 4 on the Solavei network.
    Those are ignored cell towers, not events. That's mean you not receive signal from them, I think. The thing is that they are useless for llama.

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