The behaviour I’m currently getting is very strange, and while I agree that it being microG’s fault seems strange, it was the only thing that changed on my phone.
Plus Tasker is the onyl paid app I use (installed through Aurora by using my Google account), so maybe it has to do with that (some kind of intentional anti-piracy behaviour)
First of all, thanks for you help, Vince!
Tasker “works” on the latest microG in the sense that there is nothing obviously wrong - but the tasks lock up
But thanks to your Repo as well as the adb command, I downgraded microG as well as FakeStore and everything worked again
so than i of course updated via Fdroid to see if it would break again and it did
I’ve narrowed it down: the problem is not microG, but actually FakeStore After downgrading to FakeStore-4.apk Tasker runs fine again
after having had a look at your repo and seeing that you added an “empty licensing service” in the last update, maybe my first guess of some kind of anti-piracy measure wasn’t too far off
Not that I expect you to revert that, but if other apps keep acting up, this could be the reason and testing by downgrading to FakeStore v4 can be easily done
Effectively, I added a skeleton of licensing service, which just answers that there is no licensing service… This makes at least one app work (french govt taxes app… what a pity). But, if there are problems for other apps, it may be reverted / modified.
Could you grab a logcat of the crash with FakStore iode.5 ?
Tasker automates things - p.e. (de)activating display rotation when a specific app is running.
On FakeStore iode.4 (and all the way back to IodeOS 3.1) it works like a charm.
On FakeStore iode.5 most of the time / most task are simply not performed and hang at random points (without giving an error, it just stops at random points)
Like I said, I suspect some kind of stealthy anti-piracy measure within the app - one that intentionally doesn’t give an obvious sign that the app won’t run and is therefore more difficult to pin down for crackers