Android phones can be controlled through Python scripts. To do so, adb must be installed and the phone connected.
Then you can use adb shell commands to control the phone like
#!/usr/bin/python3 import os ... os.system("adb shell input tap 350 715")
which will click on the screen. You can also type text
#!/usr/bin/python3 os.system('adb shell input text "insert%syour%stext%shere"')
combined with time.sleep(seconds) you can automate any android app. Keeping in mind you don't have to use the phone at the same time.
You can wrap it around functions to make it easy. Connect your device with a usb cable, type
Then run the script below in your favorite chat program
#!/usr/bin/python3 import os def android_tap(x,y): os.system("adb shell input tap " + x + " " + y) def android_type(text): os.system('adb shell input text "' + text + '"') android_type("great")
The program adb can do a lot more, a wrapper like this makes your android phone scriptable