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Recieving sensor data from Samsung Gear

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Started by Newbie kalistaumari , 160 Seed Nov 24, 2017 07:05 Replies : 2 View : 634 Likes : 0
Hello, 

I'm planning to create an application that requires me to recieve sensor data from Samsung Gear S2. 

I was trying to follow this tutorial ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9lz9oDZgWM ) to get the sensor data I need from Samsung Gear, unfortunately the Samsung Gear Manager and Remote Sensor Service is no longer available in PlayStore. Furthermore, the tutorial is still using Eclipse which is no longer compatible with Android since Google has shifted to Android Studio as their official IDE to develop Android applications.

Is there any substitute for these Samsung Gear Manager and Remote Sensor Service? Is there any newer guidance we can learn from to implement this?

Thank you in advance.
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Samsung Developer shihabyasin , 47400 Seed Nov 27, 2017 07:11 Post #1 0
Hi,
You may try with SAP. Accessory SDK allows you to connect accessory devices to Samsung smart devices. With Accessory SDK, you can define a new service between the accessory and smart device, enabling you to use the various smart device functions from the accessory device. The service is compatible with various connectivity environments, which makes accessory development efficient and convenient.
Check Link: developer.samsung.com/galaxy/accessory
Also check out "How to integrate Samsung Gear Steps in android Application?" to know more about it
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/40233692/how-to-integrate-samsung-gear-steps-in-android-application

Hope it will help.
Thanks.
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Samsung Developer shihabyasin , 47400 Seed Nov 27, 2017 08:50 Post #2 0


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Hi,
You may try with SAP. Accessory SDK allows you to connect accessory devices to Samsung smart devices. With Accessory SDK, you can define a new service between the accessory and smart device, enabling you to use the various smart device functions from the accessory device. The service is compatible with various connectivity environments, which makes accessory development efficient and convenient.
Check Link: developer.samsung.com/galaxy/accessory
Also check out "How to integrate Samsung Gear Steps in android Application?" to know more about it
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/40233692/how-to-integrate-samsung-gear-steps-in-android-application

Hope it will help.
Thanks.
 


Also check this link: play.google.com/store/apps/details
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