DND constantly activating (need to fix)

ARazvan

New member
Hello.
I have DND schedule which is not on DND scheduled list.
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DND activates randomly and I think it's from a MacroDroid macro, but I have about 100 macros.
Is there a way to detect if it's from MacroDroid with log?

Thank you for your time.
 

Jacob L

Moderator (Lawsonator)
Silent mode, volume change, DND actions to look for. Can you not shut down entire categories of macros to narrow it down?

or use the system setting change detector in the store to catch Zen mode changes.
 

dhj49er

Well-known member
If you suspect a macro is turning on DND, search the system log for DND.

For each entry there will be a named macro.

That should provide a good starting point if a rouge macro is the reason, otherwise it's likely to be the OS, perhaps a system setting.

On my phone DND is off, until I manually turn it on (eg when I'm at the cinema) and manually turn it off (when I leave cinema).
 

ARazvan

New member
Try this tutorial to find the macro that's firing DND mode:
I have searched for it and found it:1.jpeg
and have tried to edit it
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I did not find the trigger from the video:
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Can you help me? I know it can be much, but can you share the macro, as it is in the video.
Thank you for your time.
 

Endercraft

Moderator (& bug finder :D)
You don't need to edit the macro, adding it is enough. It will notify you once system setting changes occur. Then try to enable/disable DND and see if that causes any change.
 

Jacob L

Moderator (Lawsonator)
I have searched for it and found it:View attachment 10386
and have tried to edit it
View attachment 10387
View attachment 10388

I did not find the trigger from the video:
View attachment 10389


Can you help me? I know it can be much, but can you share the macro, as it is in the video.
Thank you for your time.
If you are using the latest version of MacroDroid then you cacan just add the macro from the store as you found it. It will put the event in the user log, accessible from the user log tile. It will give you the time it happened so you can then refer to the system log and see which macro caused the changes
 

dhj49er

Well-known member
To be honest, I did not identify it
A macro that turns on DND will have an entry in the system log.

Searching the system log for DND is the quickest and easiest way to find all the entries. Next to each entry will be the name of the macro that contains the actions.

Have you done this?

How many different macros with DND did the search find?

Disable all the named macros - check that randomly turning on DND has stopped.

Enable each macro in turn - checking for random turn on of DND.

I'm amazed that you have been unable to identify the culprit macro.
 
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