You can use the Emulator Control Panel to control the emulator state dynamically.
The Emulator Control Panel allows you to control the emulator device settings. You can connect or disconnect the network connection, virtually access USB memory, or change the application server type.
To launch the Emulator Control Panel, right-click the emulator and select "Control Panel".
The Emulator Control Panel has the following features:
In the "Network" tab, you can view information about and control the user network. To lose the network connection, set the "Link Status" switch off. To forward a remote or local port to an inside port of the emulator, enter values in the text boxes, and click "Apply".
In the "Virtual USB Storage" tab, you can configure host directory sharing (HDS) to simulate attaching a USB device. The specified host directory is mounted to "/opt/media/USBDriveA1".
On Ubuntu, make sure that the shared folder has read and write permissions.
In the "AppServer" tab, you can change the Samsung server type. You can select from "Operating", "Development", and "Developing". Some WebAPI functions can retrieve this value.
In the "Menu" tab , you can set Clock, Language and Device Name. you can also toggle Voice Guide and Caption.
In the "Rotator" tab, you can rotate the emulator through a button. This is to emulate events and views of Sero features.
In the "MemoryProfiler", you can get a memory usage of a currently running app.
The showing value of the memory usage is quitely different with a real TV device. it's just for reference.