Release Note Jun 23, 2016


  • Release Version


  • Release Date

    Jun 23, 2016

  • Release Contents
    Release Contents
    SDK Libraries Provides the Samsung Rich Notification SDK libraries.
    Sample Provides a sample application.
    Documents API References For more information about Rich Notification APIs, see API Reference
    Programming Guides The programming guide includes an overview, Hello application, and feature descriptions.

Known Issue

  • Some features may not operate properly on Samsung Gear S.
    Known issues will be fixed on the next Gear S OS update.

    • If the Gear receives an updated notification while displaying a original notification, it will not display the updated notification and the screen becomes black. The updated notification will be displayed properly after moving to the next notification.
    • If you set character limit parameter to 1 character on input action, then inputted character is removed after max character alert popup. The parameter value is greater than 2, setcharacterLimit function work normally.
    • If the more option button is clicked an notification that contains 5 actions, empty space will display on more option popup down. This issue does not occur when 4, 6...actions.
    • If the SrnSecondaryTemplate is set long text to small icon text, then small icon text is cut on Gear side screen.

Change History

    • Samsung Rich Notification SDK 1.1.3 has been released with enhanced stability.

    • Samsung Rich Notification SDK 1.1.2 has been released with enhanced stability.

    • This version has been released with Android M(6.0) compatibility.

    • Enhanced security for performing actions in rich notification from gear.

    • Enhanced security in communication between rich SDK and Gear Manager.

    • Support for the Samsung Gear S2.

    • Support for the Andorid phones, not limited to Samsung.
      * Supported devices vary depending on your region, operator and device brand.

    • Added new API to check permission for Call and SMS actions.

    • Samsung Rich Notification SDK 1.0.0 has been released with enhanced stability and better performance.


  • Rich Notification : It provides the flexibility to personalize and brand content, making it compelling and actionable.

  • Action : Actions are important part of Rich Notifications. They allow users to engage with the content and perform tasks. There are two types of Actions: Primary Actions and More Options.

  • Template : Developers can choose from a variety of templates that provide alternative visual layouts and content structures. There are two types of templates: Primary and Secondary.