I’ve never successfully used tasker yet, but doesn’t it just recognize tags that are programmed in? If so, you should be able to save the rickroll of your choice to the tag in a standard ndef record and then program that whole chip into tasker, then if that task isn’t present on a different phone, tasker won’t trigger and the system will handle the ndef as usual
But, if I’m miss-remembering and tasker has you put something on the tag, then that probably won’t work
I would play with the order of things in the tag though, try swapping the tasker record and the ndef around to see if you can alter the load order and make it work
Phones only read the first record unless an app specifically requests others, unfortunately, and it seems like it might work but I think the OS reads the tag and decides what to do and tasker only sees that a tag was scanned if I write text or a tasker specific record to it
You can pretty easily do that. I have a url record on my next, but when I scan it, I have tasker basically act as a kbr1. Just add a NFC tag event under the profiles section. You can have it react to any tag, or only your specific UID.
Tasker prefers to write something to the tag iirc, but you can have it react based solely off the UID.
Sure: simply use the chip’s ID in your custom tasker script.
Here for example is how I use my flexM1 as a token to unlock my banking app with Tasker. The flexM1 is normally used to unlock my house’s front door. But if I scan it on my phone, the Tasker script picks up the UID, does some math on it and extracts my banking app’s PIN from it:
You can also get Tasker to read the content of the tag and do things with it. I suppose in your case, if it finds “Astley” somewhere in the URI, it can do special actions or something.
Are you able to upload the script you used to accomplish this task…
I’m having a very hard time navigating takser, I’m Able to create and event, add my nfc… but once it prompts me to create a task, I’m absolutely lost.
Whether it be to access my email by scanning my implant, or turning on/off my flashlight with my implant.
I am unable to make tasker default, so it will only open my NFC tools link, not sure if I have to scan the tag again on tasker to write it on my implant. Or if this is automatically done through the app.
I responded to a few things in the other thread, but I’ll respond to these questions here for future users.
You’ll want to do what @non-bin suggested. settings > tasker > more > set as default > always. You might not have that exact wording, but your system settings should be fairly similar.
Nothing is written to the implant. Tasker will probably complain about formatting, but just hit no and you’ll be fine. All tasker is doing is checking to see if the ID of the scanned tag matches the one you selected. If so, run the associated task.
I’m sure you’ve already seen it, but if anyone else has this issue as well, check the linked thread at the top of this comment