batt low task don't run if plugged in, how?

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  1. digit27

    digit27 Active Member

    I cant find an 'IF' variable when making a task that checks if power = plugged in... is there another way to stop my low battery alert from playing when its charging?

    EDIT: I think i figured it out, I didn't know I could create variables (I just started today). I created a variable and set it with a new profile, is that correct?

  2. SUroot

    SUroot Well-Known Member Developer

    Sorry, are you saying you have created a battery low profile which you want to turn off when plugged in?

    Could you just have event plugged in with a task to set the profile to off and an exit task (when unplugged) to set the profile to on?
  3. digit27

    digit27 Active Member

    That would work, how do i set a task to set a profile to off and to exit a task? Will the task be ended if its currently waiting?
  4. SUroot

    SUroot Well-Known Member Developer

    Ok you can't exit event as its a point in time. You can exit a state though as its a duration.

    State > power "any"

    Task > tasker > profile status set to "off" you need to type / search the profile name

    Save profile.

    From the profile main screen, press the task and "add exit task" then create a reverse of the above task
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