How to get started with EventGhost, AutoRemote, and Tasker [Video]

EventGhost is a Tasker-like app for Windows computers. There’s an AutoRemote plug-in for it, meaning that it can communicate both ways with Tasker on an Android device. I briefly mentioned it in my initial AutoRemote guide, but I’ve had multiple requests for something a bit more in-depth, so I made a video showing how to get started with this combination.

Disclaimer: I don’t use EventGhost. I’ve played with it to see how it works, but my knowledge of it essentially extends as far as what’s in this video, and for all I know, I might say something wrong in that as well. As such, this video is the only coverage I plan on doing of it, and was only recorded because of multiple requests for it. I won’t be answering questions about how to do this or that, or why something that works in the video doesn’t work for you, because I don’t know. 

The video does all the talking this time. Make sure to grab AutoRemote, EventGhost, and the AutoRemote Windows app to do this. Don’t attempt this unless you’re already familiar with AutoRemote.

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Andreas Ødegård

Andreas Ødegård is more interested in aftermarket (and user created) software and hardware than chasing the latest gadgets. His day job as a teacher keeps him interested in education tech and takes up most of his time.

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