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[Query] Push notifications to control volume

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Bit of a random query, hopefully some clever guys can assist...

I seem to recall a tweet from Paul mentioning that Tasker has gained push notification support... Would it be possible to make the N7 automatically mute/unmute based on a notification from my mobile (Galaxy Nexus) when the two devices are close to each other. (Either connected to the same wireless network or based on GPS location)

Basically, the notification tone on both devices goes off at home and I'd like to have the N7 auto-mute if possible. (A quick shortcut to un-mute via a notification from phone would also be cool - I guess if the first part is possible so is the second!)

Is anyone aware whether this is possible, either via tasker or another app?

Thanks In advance!

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Why when they are connected to each other? Sounds like you could just have notifications turned off when you're on home WiFi?

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Bit of a random query, hopefully some clever guys can assist...

I seem to recall a tweet from Paul mentioning that Tasker has gained push notification support... Would it be possible to make the N7 automatically mute/unmute based on a notification from my mobile (Galaxy Nexus) when the two devices are close to each other. (Either connected to the same wireless network or based on GPS location)

Basically, the notification tone on both devices goes off at home and I'd like to have the N7 auto-mute if possible. (A quick shortcut to un-mute via a notification from phone would also be cool - I guess if the first part is possible so is the second!)

Is anyone aware whether this is possible, either via tasker or another app?

Thanks In advance!

Try "llama" in the play store. allows you to set all sorts of stuff by location, time etc

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Why when they are connected to each other? Sounds like you could just have notifications turned off when you're on home WiFi?

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That'd do the job - gogo overcomplicating things..... </fail>

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