Hi, i have samsung profesional display QH55R with Tizen 4. The software is up-to-date 2350.
I want to display my own web application or just a movie. I don't want to use the management panel from samsung.
Display is connected to my wi-fi network. I instal tizen studio, create new web project tv-samsung-6.5 (template -> tv-samsung-6.5 ->web application -> Basic Project) , change project required version 4.0, create Samsung author certificate, create distributor certificate, instal distributor cetrificate on Samsung Display, connect to Display in Device Manager.
I can run app on Display from tizen studio by Debug mode. I build signed package and i have .wgt file.
Now i have problem.
In device manager when i try install application i have error: org.tizen.sdblib.exception.SdbCommandRejecteException: closed.
I put .wgt file on web serwer, and set in Samsung Display to run from url: "http://........ /file.wgt" and I have error too.
I try to run some webpage from url, also does not work. (I can manually open webbrowser and open webpage but this is not the effect I mean).
I cant find any information, how can i always on start:
- run my tizen app on display,
- run wideo from url/local file
- open url website
I will be grateful for help or link to documentation.
Is there a way to take the application files from the TV and run it on Samsung's Tizen blu-ray player?
I have a problem with the application from the Samsung Store. Its publisher left version 5 available for my Samsung UBD-M9500 player. This version does not work anymore, but on Samsung TVs it is version 6. The system is the same, so if i had access to the files of this application maybe it could be launched via developer mode on the blu-ray player.
Does anyone know how it can be done?
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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.
Prerequisites: Tizen Studio 2.0 or higher
Launch a project with Remote Device Manager
Step 1: Disable Bluetooth
If the watch has not been upgraded and the Tizen version is below 5.0, Bluetooth should be disabled during this process. In upgraded watches, you don’t need to disable Bluetooth.
Path: Settings > Connections > Bluetooth
Figure 1: Disabling Bluetooth
Step 2: Enable debugging mode
Make sure debugging mode is enabled. You can enable debugging mode from the Settings menu, as shown below.
Path: Settings > About Watch > Debugging is turned on
Figure 2: Enabling debugging mode
Step 3: Set the Wi-Fi to Always on
This step is optional, but to avoid any unnecessary issues, it is better to set the Wi-Fi to Always on. Leaving the setting on Auto can sometimes create issues.
Path: Settings > Connections > Wi-Fi > Always on
Figure 3: Setting the Wi-Fi to Always on
Caution: Setting the Wi-Fi to Always on can drain the battery drastically. After debugging, it should be set back to Auto again for better battery life. Step 4: Connect to the network
Connect the watch to the same network as your PC.
Choose either of the following ways to connect the devices to the same network:
• By creating a mobile hotspot
• By using Wi-Fi under the same router
Step 5: Restart the watch
After the previous steps have been completed, restart the device. If you do not, the connection setup shows an error.
Figure 4: Rebooting the watch
Step 6: Establish the connection from the Remote Device Manager
In Tizen Studio, go to Launch Remote Device Manager.
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
You are now all set to deploy your app from Tizen Studio to the wearable device.
Step 7: Permit to install user applications
As a security feature, the device or emulator you have connected to does not contain the necessary certificates for installing user applications, and you must install them before being able to run your application on it. To do so, select “Permit to install applications” from the context menu of the device in the Device Manager.
If the “The permit to install application is not required for this device” appears, this step is unnecessary.
Figure 8: Setting the permit to install applications in the Device Manager
Step 8: Launch your project
Now, deploy your project on your connected watch, as shown in the image below.
Path: Right-Click on the project > Run As > 1 Tizen Native Application
Figure 9: Deploying the project from Tizen Studio to a connected watch
Some helpful tips for connecting your device with the Remote Device Manager
Check the IP address of your watch from Connections > Wi-Fi -> Wi-Fi Networks > tap on the SSID (your Wi-Fi name) > IP address.
If your device is already shown in the Remote Device Manager's history, delete it and try to connect again.
Launch the Device Manager to see the Log View.
Figure 10: The Log View from Device Manager
Make sure the watch is not connected with any other devices, including a phone. Otherwise, the connection fails and you receive the following error message:
Figure 11: Error message during multiple connections
If you cannot find the watch after scanning for devices from the Remote Device Manager, make sure your device is on the same network. To check this, go to the command prompt on your PC and ping the IP address of the watch in the following manner:
ping < Watch_IP >
If the ping command fails to connect to the IP address of your watch, it is not on the same network, and the SDB / Remote Device Manager does not work. To fix this, you need to change the network settings of your router or PC. The issue can also be caused by firewall settings, although this is rare.
The main purpose of this article is to help new developers to deploy Tizen projects to a real device using the Tizen Remote Device Manager. Hopefully, this tutorial is helpful for beginners and gives them a good experience with Tizen Studio.
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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Tizen 5.5 comes with support for a new sdb shell CLI command called dotnet. The command is for use by application and platform developers for advanced testing and debugging scenarios.
Note: You cannot use the dotnet command when developing for TV devices (missing sdb shell support).
Tip: To see which version of Tizen your device runs on, enter sdb capability and find the platform_version value.
Note: If you have ever installed the .NET SDK on Windows or macOS/Linux, you may have some knowledge about the dotnet command provided by the SDK. However, dotnet on Tizen is not a variant of the .NET SDK CLI and has a smaller number of supported features.
The following options are currently available with the dotnet command on Tizen 5.5.
sh-3.2$ dotnet -h Execute a .NET application or command. Usage: dotnet [options] [path-to-executable] [arguments] Usage: dotnet [command] [arguments] Options: -h, --help show this help message --clr-path <path> path to libcoreclr.so and runtime assemblies --tool-path <path> path to the tool installation directory --additionalprobingpath <path> path containing assemblies to probe for --globalizationinvariant run in globalization invariant mode Commands: counters monitor or collect performance counters dump capture or analyze a coredump gcdump capture a heapdump trace collect or convert a diagnostic event trace Running a console application
To execute a .NET application from the command line, use dotnet or dotnet exec with an assembly (.dll) name.
Note: .runtimeconfig.json and .deps.json files are not required. dotnet automatically resolves dependencies from the executing directory.
$ sdb push MyAssembly.dll /home/owner/share $ sdb shell sh-3.2$ cd /home/owner/share sh-3.2$ dotnet MyAssembly.dll
Installing and invoking a global tool
A tool is a special kind of console application which can be installed as a development add-on. Most tools use the dotnet-* prefix as a naming convention.
Microsoft has developed a set of tools which can be used for runtime diagnostics (for example, performance evaluation and problem analysis). The tools are maintained and published through the dotnet/diagnostics repo in GitHub. The currently available tools include:
dotnet-counters dotnet-dump dotnet-gcdump dotnet-trace To install the above tools on Tizen, follow these steps:
Download the latest release of pre-built diagnostics tools (.tar.gz) from the tizendotnet/diagnostics repo.
Copy the files to your device's /home/owner/share/.dotnet/tools directory.
$ sdb push [.tar.gz] /home/owner/share $ sdb shell sh-3.2$ cd /home/owner/share sh-3.2$ mkdir -p .dotnet/tools sh-3.2$ tar -zxvf [.tar.gz] -C .dotnet/tools Note: The dotnet tool install command is not supported by dotnet on Tizen.
If you have installed the tools successfully, launch them using the dotnet [name] command (omit - in the name).
sh-3.2$ dotnet dump -h Usage: dotnet-dump [options] [command] Options: --version Display version information Commands: collect Capture dumps from a process analyze <dump_path> Starts an interactive shell with debugging commands to explore a dump ps Lists the dotnet processes that dumps can be collected Otherwise, you will see the following error message.
sh-3.2$ dotnet hello Could not execute because dotnet-hello does not exist. Go to https://developer.samsung.com/tizen to learn how to install tools. For more usage and examples, click on the links in the Installing an invoking a global tool section.
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