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by aximili
04 Oct 2020 09:42
Forum: User Help / Bug Reports
Topic: How to make /etc/hosts writeable?
Replies: 2
Views: 2825

Re: How to make /etc/hosts writeable?

Hit wrote:
03 Oct 2020 13:07
I don't know much about this, but i suggest you to change "Working Directory", may be it can help.
I've tried setting it to /etc. Didn't make any difference. Thanks anyway :)
by aximili
03 Oct 2020 10:51
Forum: User Help / Bug Reports
Topic: How to make /etc/hosts writeable?
Replies: 2
Views: 2825

How to make /etc/hosts writeable?

I am trying to dynamically replace /etc/hosts with my custom hosts file. (AdAway is working perfectly on my phone but I need to modify my hosts dynamically using Automagic, which has Root functions enabled) Using Execute Root Command, these are what I have tried and the result: mv /etc/hosts /etc/ho...
by aximili
01 Oct 2020 23:55
Forum: User Help / Bug Reports
Topic: How to modify hosts file?
Replies: 6
Views: 4714

Re: How to modify hosts file?

Yes I had already have Root functions enabled, thanks Hit.
AdAway is working fine on my phone (it writes to the hosts file, I can see the hosts file entries changing when I use AdAway)
by aximili
01 Oct 2020 23:20
Forum: User Help / Bug Reports
Topic: How to modify hosts file?
Replies: 6
Views: 4714

Re: How to modify hosts file?

Thank you Micky for trying to help me! So I've tried this: mount -o rw,remount /system That gave me mount: '/system' not in /proc/mounts Then I tried this: mount -o rw,remount That seems successful? (nothing in stderr) But after that, trying mv /etc/hosts /etc/hosts1 still gave me mv: bad '/etc/host...
by aximili
01 Oct 2020 11:17
Forum: User Help / Bug Reports
Topic: How to modify hosts file?
Replies: 6
Views: 4714

Re: How to modify hosts file?

Thank you Micky it is definitely useful. I tried this mv /etc/hosts /etc/hosts1 and I seem to run into the same error: stderr= mv: bad '/etc/hosts': Read-only file system I am now trying to make sense of Desmanto's reply to you about mounting as rw... mount | grep /etc That produced nothing in the s...
by aximili
29 Sep 2020 23:47
Forum: User Help / Bug Reports
Topic: How to modify hosts file?
Replies: 6
Views: 4714

How to modify hosts file?

I want to apply a certain hosts file (that I have on my SD card) when I open a particular app, and restore the original hosts file on exit. I thought Automagic would be the perfect tool to do it. My idea was: App launch -> Copy/rename /etc/hosts to /etc/hosts1 -> Copy /emulated/0/my-hosts to /etc/ho...
by aximili
28 Sep 2019 11:58
Forum: User Help / Bug Reports
Topic: Pulling down notification triggers App Task Ended/Started
Replies: 3
Views: 3852

Re: Pulling down notification triggers App Task Ended/Started

You can try to see if the Method in trigger 'App Task Started' helps to change the behavior. Alternatively you could temporarily disable and then re-enable the flows when you are pulling down the notification drawer. Perfect! The Experimental method works. Thank you Martin! I with that was the defa...
by aximili
27 Sep 2019 02:09
Forum: User Help / Bug Reports
Topic: Pulling down notification triggers App Task Ended/Started
Replies: 3
Views: 3852

Pulling down notification triggers App Task Ended/Started

I have a Task to turn on Auto Rotate when I open certain apps. But when I am on bed, I want to be able to pull down notification and turn auto-rotate off. The problem is, pulling down notification would trigger App Task Ended and closing the notification would re-trigger App Task Started - thus maki...
by aximili
27 Sep 2019 02:05
Forum: Feature Requests
Topic: Merge App Task Started/Ended Triggers
Replies: 4
Views: 8031

Re: Merge App Task Started/Ended Triggers

This would be so great! I really missed this feature since I switched from Tasker
by aximili
03 Nov 2018 00:40
Forum: User Help / Bug Reports
Topic: Checking if app is running
Replies: 6
Views: 9998

Re: Checking if app is running

This is perfect Desmanto thanks a lot for your help!
(I don't know why I couldn't get it working until now. I might have used the wrong pipe character)