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  1. This is my first workflow and my knowledge about coding is very limited so feel free to suggest anything, however small. Basically this workflow allows you to push (send) any text or the current website to your pushbullet account. This is especially useful for: those that own multiple devices and want to push something to all devices at once own an android, windows, or chromebook devices and want to bridge the gap with your MacOS device. You can download the workflow here. Instructions 1. Login to Pushbullet.com. 2. Get your API access token from https://www.pushbullet.com/#settings 3. Paste the token into the script, replacing the <API access token here>. 4. You can type push followed by any text and press return. To send the current tab, type push url. Bonus: if you want to see your android notifications, or push something to your Mac from an android, use Noti.center which also uses pushbullet. You can push something to Mac by pushing it to your android, and it will mirror up to the Mac as well.
  2. ADB or Android Debug Bridge is linked to Alfred with this workflow. GitHub release | packal I created this workflow because Android developers like me may need to connect to multiple devices at the same time, and it's painful to add `-s {serial}` every time when using adb for a simple feature. Alfred Workflow is a great tool to show lists and options. So here it is: Dependencies: adb aapt emulator These dependencies are included in Android Studio and Android command line tools. Configurations: Add the following environment variables in workflow settings to support its functions Name Value (example) adb_path ~/Library/Android/sdk/platform-tools/adb aapt_path ~/Library/Android/sdk/build-tools/28.0.3/aapt emulator_path ~/Library/Android/sdk/tools/emulator Features: keyword `adb` To list all connected devices. `adb connect`, `adb disconnect`, `adb reset` are also in this level. WiFi devices will be saved for next time quick connection Select one devices for its operations Input commands like "shell dumpsys -l | grep wifi" in this level, to execute directly in terminal Select "Show app list" to list installed apk, select one for further operations including: Open app info page force stop app launch app clear data uninstall extract apk file to desktop Select "Install apk" to search in local drive for apk files or folders to be (bulk) installed. Currently installed version will be shown, and install operation "-t", "-d", "-g" are supported keyword `apk` Search local apk files with package info shown and install them on attached devices. keyword `apkf` List local apk files under current front Finder window. keyword `avd` List all installed Android emulators and start new emulators References: 109021017/alfred-adb-workflow nassendelft/alfred-android-adb
  3. Open Genymotion devices from Alfred. Workflows 1. !geny - To launch the pre-selected device name 2. !geny-list - Find out list of available device name Setup: ----- 1. !geny-list to find out the list of available device name 2. Note down the device name 3. Open variables screen, set GENYDEVICENAME to your device name, refer the below video for more info 4. !geny to launch the device Demo - https://youtu.be/YiFRa3PeHDA
  4. Hi there, Yet another Android user asking for an iOS app first to be available for his mobile platform of preference Android developer myself happy to help with development or testing (please reach me at evelio at evelio dot info) Thanks!
  5. I created this workflow that launches the Android Simulator. It allows you to choose what Android Virtual Device you want to use. In order to use it you need to create at least one Android Virtual Devices in your environment. Check the official docs about how to manage Android Virtual Devices Currently the script filter use Zsh (because I use oh-my-zsh as a shell) but you can just change it to bash if is that what you use
  6. Yet another converter :-) Now for converting between Android's device-independent pixels and standard densities (like mdpi, hdpi, xhdpi, etc.) Download! also check out the UNIX file permissions converter!
  7. Last Friday I discovered Alfred 2 and its amazing workflow system. This is my first take on it: https://github.com/goncalossilva/alfred2-android_sdk_reference_search-workflow I do some Android development and always enjoyed Roman Nurik's Chrome extension. When I saw the new workflow API it seemed mandatory to use something similar in Alfred. Dev Doctor didn't quite cut it (it just sends me to the reference's search, not trying to guess what I want), so it made sense to make something myself. If you're an Android developer, I hope you enjoy it ;-) Demo:
  8. This is a simple workflow which allows you to send any kind of text to your Android device by using the Notify My Android service and app. This is similar to the old Prowl Notification extension I did for Alfred. Example usage: nma Test message nma www.alfredforum.com nma Remember to buy some milk on the way home Be sure to register for a Notify My Android account, and generate an API key, here: http://www.notifymyandroid.com You can download the Android app from the Google Play store at this link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.usk.app.notifymyandroid Note that I am not affiliated with the Notify My Android service, nor did I create their app. Here is the download link for my workflow: http://cl.ly/080O1g3g3V1Y Here are the contents of the ReadMe for my workflow. The instructions for setting your API key in the workflow are in there. Steps: 1. Register for an account at www.notifymyandroid.com. 2. In your Notify My Android account, generate an API key. 3. In the view for this workflow, double-click the "/bin/bash" icon. 4. On approximately the 13th line of the code, edit the following line: nma_api_key="Your Notify My Android API key goes here" Replace the text with your Notify My Android API key; leave the double quotes in place. I believe their service allows you to send about 800 notifications per day. You can download the Notify My Android client (not my app) from the Google Play store. The app limits you to 5 notifications per day. As of this writing they let you upgrade to unlimited notifications for a one-time fee of $4.99. Thanks to Notify My Android for letting me use the icon for this workflow. Dale
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