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Tizen Tidbits: How to Deploy your Tizen App on a Device


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In the latest video in the Tizen Tidbits series, we will demonstrate how to take your Tizen App and deploy it on a wearable device.

Running your app on an actual device is particularly helpful if you want to test the watch sensors or just figure out how your app acts in real-life conditions.

Check out other videos, blog posts, and tips to improve your Tizen app development.

Check the Tizen Tidbits playlist on our YouTube Channel and learn more about the wide selection of Samsung technologies on our developer portal.

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