4.1 Install Application
Make sure to remove applications you installed in the remote device before closing the RTL Client. This is to prevent sensitive information from being exposed to the next user.
This feature lets you install applications on the remote device.
The RTL Client provides three ways to install applications.
- Application Manager menu (under Management menu)
- Install Application menu (under Test menu)
- Drag and drop application the application file into the RTL Client
Selecting the application file to install after running the Install Application menu will send the selected file to the remote device and start the installation process.
- The Android application file type is apk.
- The Tizen application file type is tpk and wgt.
- The application installation time depends on your network environment and the size of the application file.
Installing device admin applications will be prevented.
This feature is used to test the remote device by repeating specific events.
Figure 14 Auto-Repeat
Auto-Repeat is performed in the two following steps:
- Record events
- Perform recorded events
First, you should click the Record button to record events to automatically repeat. Once the Record button is clicked, all events on the RTL Client are recorded.
When recording events for repeated testing, we recommend that you begin and finish recording with the same screen on the RTL Client.
If the events have been recorded successfully, set a number how many you want to test repeatedly. And then click the Play button to repeat the recorded events the number of times.
Recorded events can be saved to an xml file, and it can be loaded and used for other devices with the same resolution.
4.3 View Logs
This feature is used to see logs from the remote device.
Figure 15 Logs
When you want to filter by something such as tag, click the Add button and apply filters that correspond to the log message you want to view. Also you can save to a file by clicking the Save button.
4.4 Remote Debug Bridge
This feature allows your computer to recognize the remote device as if it’s an actual device which is connected to your computer.
This provides a command including local port number, and the remote device will be recognized on your computer after the command is executed on terminal successfully.
Figure 16 Remote Debug Bridge
It works the same as an actual device on development tools such as Android Studio.
Make sure to allow it on screen of the remote device