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Listen to incoming SMS? #22

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mihojudi opened this Issue May 5, 2016 · 2 comments

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mihojudi commented May 5, 2016

Hello! I would like to implement the following:
When SMS arrives, my computer shows me a notification with it's text and sender.
That's how I see the implementation: using termux, somehow listen to incoming sms, and if sms comes, parse termux-sms-inbox output and pipe it to netcat, on desktop listen to netcat and handle incoming info. Could you please give me a piece of advice on how to listen to incoming sms? Of course, I can run termux-sms-inbox regularly and compare output, but it doesn't seem to be an effective way of doing it. Thanks in advance.

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Neo-Oli commented Jul 6, 2016

You could use Tasker for this.

  1. Make a Script that reads the most recent SMS and does your netcat thing.
  2. Save it in ~/.shortcuts/FILENAME
  3. Install Termux:Widget, Tasker and AutoShortcut
  4. Setup a new Profile in Tasker. Set it to "Text received.".
  5. As Task set AutoShortcut. Then choose "Single Shortcut" (with the Termux Icon) and choose your script.

Now everytime you receive a SMS your Script gets called.

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mihojudi commented Jul 10, 2016

Thank you very much!

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