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    Default [Java][NOX] Blocking Program KeyEvents and InputEvents

    Has anyone tried writing a program to use on the popular Android emulator NOX?

    Nox lets you assign hotkey buttons to locations that you would normally click with your finger on your phone so that you can instead use keystrokes to achieve the same thing.

    However, it seems NOX ignores any input I give it from my Java program. For example, if my program repeatedly inputs "e" to attack, NOX does not do anything but if I click in a Notepad I can see "e" being repeatedly inputed. If I myself press "e" on my keyboard NOX behaves as expected.

    Does anyone know why this happens or has a solution?

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    How are you generating the keystroke? Nox is closed source? Can you use Anbox?

    I don't know why Nox would do so, but it is possible to ignore injected events. How much work are you willing to put into something else? You can directly synthesize system-wide input if you have a debug connection or run an application from the shell and not the launcher.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sk1nyNerd View Post
    Has anyone tried writing a program to use on the popular Android emulator NOX?

    Nox lets you assign hotkey buttons to locations that you would normally click with your finger on your phone so that you can instead use keystrokes to achieve the same thing.

    However, it seems NOX ignores any input I give it from my Java program. For example, if my program repeatedly inputs "e" to attack, NOX does not do anything but if I click in a Notepad I can see "e" being repeatedly inputed. If I myself press "e" on my keyboard NOX behaves as expected.

    Does anyone know why this happens or has a solution?

    Thanks
    Yes, I've been botting on Nox for a while. I use PostMessage to send mouse and keyboard input and have never had a problem with it.

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    I am just using robot class to press and release keys/mouse.

    I will check out PostMessage, thanks

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