This tool will display and show notification about broadcasts happening in Android System.
Full list of all captured actions: http://www.andro.lt/2012/12/any-broadcastreceiver-filter-actions.html
Broadcast's intent action and extras are captured and stored into internal database.
You can preview full list of all captured broadcasts.
The service can be started and stopped, so you can run it when you need it.
The application does not require any permissions, so please leave comment what features do you require.
See the list of ideas for future development in Trello board:
It's a small tool, but some design would be nice. Please request a pull at GitHub. Thanks.
ROOT access required.
ONLY INSTALL THIS APP IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING!
See my website for more info.
Tested with HTC Hero 2.1u1
Calltag lets you tag your phone call with information - calltags - on who is calling and why, which is great if you are calling from a unknown number and want to avoid being screened.
This is how it works: The calltags are sent by iMessage or SMS before the call is placed giving the callee a heads up. Calltag is a utility for authorities, organizations and companies calling from unknown numbers, for important matters. But also for anyone who wants to avoid being screened. Receiving a message before the call allows you to decide whether the call is worth taking. Also, using Calltag you don’t have to bother with voicemail or texting if someone doesn’t answer your call – all information about the missed call is already in their message inbox.
Unlike other popular caller-ID services, Calltag doesn’t warn you but notifies you.
So, if want to avoid being screened, say goodbye to voicemail, stop sending texts post-dial, adapt to a future standard for phone calls, or on the other hand know who is calling and why? Calltag.
Please Rate and Review if you like Calltag, and comment in-app and send us your feedback on how Calltag can be improved.
- Calltag Team
Answer Machine replies pre-made custom messages via SMS to people that message you. All auto-replies can be logged in the application for future viewing and can be cleared when no longer needed.
Custom Away Messages can be created to notify your recipient of why you are not available and when you can get back to them. You can make as many Away Messages as you want. Messages are saved to your phone and can be set in Answer Machine's main application menu.
Recipient Filtering allows you to filter who receives the auto-responses. The three current filtering options are "Just Contacts", "Blacklisting", and "Whitelisting". Just Contacts will only reply to an individual, who's number appears in your Contact list. Blacklisting will NOT respond to registered recipients on the Blacklist. Whitelisting will ONLY respond to the registered recipients on the Whitelist.
With Answer Machine you are in control of how a recipient views your messages. With the "Inform Recipient" option, an [Answer Machine]: prefix will be added to your messages to let the individual know that what they are getting is an Away Message.
For those who don't want the application to seem like a service, Response Delay will delay auto-responses for either 15 seconds, 30 seconds, 1 minute, 2 minutes, or 5 minutes to make responses seem more natural to their recipients.
Repeat Responses is for when you really cannot be bothered. You need your recipients to leave you alone and know that now is NOT the time. With Repeat Responses enabled, if a recipient messages you multiple times while the app is running, it will respond as many times as they inquire.
Notes for Answer Machine on Some Devices:
Some Application, such as but not limited to, custom dialers and custom text messaging applications may impede how Answer Machine works! If you are using a custom dialer or custom text messaging application, your experience with Answer Machine may vary. This may also be the case with HTC's, Motorola's, and Samsung's custom OEM Overlay text/phone applications.
It is always recommended to backup your information USING Answer Machine's Backup procedure and uninstall Answer Machine completely. Then install the application off the market and use Answer Machine's Restore procedure to restore your preferences/messages/filters/etc.. However...