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3 hours ago, Nine said:

Show what you have coded so far that does not work

So, i only want you can show you how i can copy or rename a file in emulator run under window by autoit.

A example, a document or link guide that i can refer. I don't know where to start now.

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Unless you want to share more of your informations (emulator software, target application, code you have scripted so far), I am afraid I will not be able to assist you any further.

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Lacking any information we can only stab in the dark & guess. Here is mine.

Open Autoit help file, expand "function reference", expand "file directory and disk management", select "file copy".

That shows how to copy files.

Select "file move". You can use that to rename files.

Of course hacking away at this without any help can be quite time consuming. If you give a wee bit of info on what you are doing, the highly experienced people of this forum can save you all that time and frustration.

If your script is some kind of big secret, you can search the forum for "file copy" or "rename files" and see what others have done.

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