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  Setup and run Google's Android Wear Sample app - Recipe Assistant. This requires the prerequisites to be completed (http://goo.gl/dMoVv1).
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  • 1. Android Wear Code Lab Setup and Run Sample App 05-29-2014
  • 2. +GerardCordero OptimizedPrime.com @GerardCordero
  • 3. Requirements You need to complete the pre-lab preparation: http://www.slideshare. net/optimizedprime/android-wear-code-lab- preparation
  • 4. Setup Android Wear Virtual Device 15 minutes
  • 5. Android Virtual Device Manager ● Run Eclipse ● Window > Android Virtual Device Manager
  • 6. New Virtual Device ● Click New
  • 7. Setup the Wearable Virtual Device Square Device Round Device
  • 8. Start your Virtual Device ● Select your wearable device ● Click Start
  • 9. Launch Options ● Click Launch
  • 10. Booting Up
  • 11. Installing the Android Wear Preview App Installed on your Android 4.3+ Phone 10 minutes
  • 12. Opt-In to test Android Wear Preview app On the email you got back during the pre- requisites, click “Opt-in to become a tester”
  • 13. Become a Tester Click on Become a Tester
  • 14. Initiate Download Click “Download it from the Play Store”
  • 15. Pick a Phone to Install Preview App The phone you choose will be what you will use in the code lab. Click Install
  • 16. Done Click OK
  • 17. Setup Sample App Recipe Assistant 15 minutes
  • 18. Import into Eclipse ● Run Eclipse ● File > Import ● Android > Existing Android Code Into Workspace ● Click Next
  • 19. Open Recipe Assistant ● Click Browse ● Go to your extracted AndroidWearPreview folder > samples > Recipe Assistant ● Click Open
  • 20. Rename and Finish ● Click on MainActivity, and rename it to Recipe Assistant ● Select “Copy projects into workspace” ● Click Finish
  • 21. Delete mipmap-xxxhdpi Folder ● Go to the res folder ● Delete the mipmap-xxxhdpi folder (right-click > Delete in Eclipse) ● This causes problems, and is safe to delete
  • 22. Create and Populate libs Folder ● On your Project’s Root Folder, create a libs folder ● Copy android-support-v4.jar to libs folder (jar file is in Android ADT folder > sdk > extras > android > support > v4) ● Copy wearable-preview-support.jar to libs folder (in extracted AndroidWearPreview)
  • 23. Add Jar Files to Build ● In Eclipse, right-click > Refresh the Project ● Open libs ● For each jar file, right-click > Build Path > Add to Build Path ● Entries will show up on Referenced Libraries
  • 24. Move Contents of java to src folder ● Open Finder or Windows Explorer ● Go to your Recipe Assistant project folder ● Move the contents of the “java” folder into the “src” folder ● This project is originally an Android Studio project, but Eclipse goes to the src folder for classes. This step fixes the Class not found error ● In Eclipse, right-click the Project > Refresh
  • 25. Download the Finished Code ● For your convenience, here’s the code: https://github. com/GerardCordero/AndroidWear/tree/master/ RecipeAssistant
  • 26. Setup your Phone Enable phone to talk to Android Wear emulated device 15 minutes
  • 27. Boot up your Android Wear virtual device If you haven’t done so, boot it up now
  • 28. Turn on USB Debugging on Phone ● On your phone, go to Settings > Developer Options ● Make sure Developer Options is turned on ● Make sure USB Debugging is turned on ● Note: Developer Options location may vary by phone
  • 29. Getting your ADB’s Path ● Note: this is for the next two steps ● Go to Android SDK Manager ● Get SDK Path’s value, that is your base folder ● In Finder/Windows Explorer, go to that path ● then go platform-tools
  • 30. Plug in your Phone to Computer ● Unlock your phone ● Plug it to your computer via USB cable ● Confirm it’s running by running this command (from command-line): ○ ./adb devices ● You should see two entries (one for wearable, one for your phone). Both should have “device” on it
  • 31. Run adb forward ● While in the command-line, run this: ○ ./adb -d forward tcp:5601 tcp:5601 ● You will see a “g” at the top-right corner of your wearable virtual device
  • 32. Confirm on your Android Wear Preview App ● On your Phone, open the Android Wear Preview app ● It should say “Connected”
  • 33. Run Recipe Assistant 10 Minutes
  • 34. Run as Android Application ● From Eclipse, right-click on the Project > Run As > Recipe Assistant ● On the list, pick your phone ● Click OK
  • 35. Send a Recipe to your Wearable ● From your phone’s Recipe Assistant, pick a Recipe ● Click Start on the Action bar (top-right)
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