LG Smart TV Emulator From Command Line


If you wonder if there is a way to run or debug your LG Smart TV application outside of LG IDE, lets say from command line (or Ant), I have some good news for you. It took me some time to discover the necessary requirements but thanks to WMIC and some luck I was able to run and debug the app in emulator with the web inspector.

Requirement for this process is to have LG SDK/IDE including Emulator properly installed. Natively LG IDE (eclipse) handles the process of running or debugging the app in emulator pretty smooth. Once you click run or debug button the eclipse starts local server listening on port 8080 (root is c:/*ECLIPSE-WORKSPACE*/.metadata/.plugins/org.eclipse.wst.server.core/tmp0/*PROJECT*/), starts Safari (installed with LG SDK) within a debug perspective and opens an emulator…

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Quick Tip: Installing AIR Runtime To Android Emulator

After I have installed Android SDK on a new machine, I have almost forgotten the steps necessary to run AIR application on Android emulator. There has been some changes within android sdk e.g. adb.exe is no longer located in “tools” dir but rather in “platform-tools”, to create a new emulator you can use SDKManager.exe… and to install AIR runtime on Android emulator, you can take .apk file located in AIR SDK (airsdk/runtimes/air/android/emulator/Runtime.apk) and install it via…

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Debug & Deploy Flash on Android

It is now a few weeks after I started experimenting with AIR for Android. While watching all the great tutorials about how to make things work (AIR for Android – Part 1, Part 2) and how to debug application running on device (Debug AIR apps on Android with Flash Builder 4, another in french and Flash), I have decided to attach some of my own findings and practices to build, deploy and debug apps.

To start, it is a good practice to setup your environment variable path to Android sdk and AIR sdk:

PATH: ...;C:/Users/Yoz/Work/Android/SDK/2.2;C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Flash Builder 4\sdks\\bin

Next, the whole certificate thing does not make sense to me because you can/have to create one by yourself. The cert need to be valid for 25 years else Android Market will not accept your application (bye bye real signed certificate from PGP TrustCenter 🙁 )

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