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      The Remote Device Manager provides a mechanism to deploy a project remotely from Tizen Studio to a Tizen-enabled device, such as Galaxy Watch. Tizen-enabled devices can be connected or disconnected through the Remote Device Manager if they are on the same network. Once the connection is made, a device log is shown in the Log View. You can also use the interface of the Remote Device Manager for executing SDB shell commands.
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      Figure 1: Disabling Bluetooth
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      Figure 2: Enabling debugging mode
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      Figure 4: Rebooting the watch
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      Figure 5: Launching the Remote Device Manager
      Scan for new devices. The window shows a list of available devices and their IP addresses. You can also add a device manually from the Remote Device Manager window.

      Figure 6: Searching for available devices for connection
      To connect to the device, click on the Connect toggle next to the watch IP address and port information. The watch receives an RSA authentication request through a pop-up during this connection setup and it is mandatory to accept the RSA authentication to complete the process.

      Figure 7: Connecting to the watch from the Remote Device Manager
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      Figure 9: Deploying the project from Tizen Studio to a connected watch
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      Figure 10: The Log View from Device Manager
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      Figure 11: Error message during multiple connections
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      If you have any other problems or queries regarding launching projects with the Remote Device Manager, feel free to reach out through the Samsung Developers Forum.
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    • By rolflehnert
      Hello,
      I’m doing my first attempts at developing Tizen applications.
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      But I have a problem there.
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    • By Alex
      Not long ago a leaker claimed that an upcoming Samsung smartwatch would run Android (presumably meaning Wear OS), and now we've seen evidence that this may well be true.
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