NoteThe Tizen 2.3.1 rev1 SDK only supports the Tizen 2.3.1 Platform. The upcoming Tizen 2.4 rev1 SDK will support both the Tizen 2.3.1 and 2.4 Platforms. The Tizen 2.3.1 rev1 SDK will be available until the Tizen 2.4 rev1 SDK is released.
IDE and Tools
Native UIB (only for Ubuntu)
Supports Wearable Profile
320 * 320, 360 * 360, 360 * 480 square resolutions for wearable devices have been added.
360 * 360 circle resolution for wearable devices has been added.
Supports the making of a snippet (such as custom widget) by combining ready-made UI components. Snippets work the same as other ready-made UI components.
Supports the packaging, installing, running, and uninstalling of features for 2.3.0 projects.
TAU (Tizen Advanced UI Framework)
TAU for web UI controls and some web sample applications have been updated to support the latest Design guide.
The sizes of the following components got smaller.
List item, Checkbox, Radio button, Toggle switch
The size of header text is changed
Visual interaction of button is changed
Circular edge shadow is added to popup component
The colors of the following are changed
Selector, Circular index scrollbar
To improve security for connected Tizen devices, the execute permission of some features, such as Dynamic Analyzer, SDBD, etc., which control the devices, has been changed from the root/administrator to the developer.
The bug, which IDE stops responding when an Android device is connected, has been fixed.
The bug, which IDE fails to install the Tizen HAX driver on a PC if the Android HAX driver is already installed, has been fixed.
Tizen IDE for MAC OS® X has dependencies on Apple JDK. To support legacy java software on MAC OS® X, download and install the Java for Mac OS X 2015-001 from https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1572
To use the Tizen Emulator, you should install an Intel VTx supported by the CPU, and the latest version of the graphic card driver provided by the vendor. Check the prerequisites for the Tizen Emulator from:
If the host machine is using the Nvidia Optimus™ technology on either Ubuntu™ or Windows®, you must set the Tizen Emulator to run with your Nvidia® graphics card. If you use Ubuntu™, check the bumblebee project (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bumblebee). If you use Windows®, you should select "High Speed NVIDIA Processor" as "Preferred Graphics processor" in the Nvidia® control panel.
On Ubuntu™, if the graphics driver is outdated, your Ubuntu® desktop session may be occasionally logged out when launching the Emulator Manager. Or the Emulator skin may be drawn improperly. Please check the prerequisites and upgrade the latest graphics driver.
On Ubuntu™ 14.04, the shortcut menu can appear sometimes transparently.
On Windows®, depending on your OS theme (such as Non-Aero themes and Windows XP themes), a display surface can be erased for a while if the Emulator window is covered by another window. If you click the Emulator window, the display surface runs correctly again
On Windows®, if a memory allocation error occurs while executing the Emulator, try the following:
Close some other programs and try to launch the Emulator again
If the RAM size is set as 768 or 1024 MB for the VM in the Emulator Manager, change the RAM size to 512 MB.
Increase the user area of the virtual memory in the system to 3 GB by typing bcdedit /set increaseuserva 3072 on the console with administrator rights (Windows® 7 only) andreboot.
If you use a MacBook Pro which has both Intel HD and NVidia GPUs, when you execute the Emulator with the OpenGL ES ver. v1.1 & v2.0 option, the Emulator may be unexpectedly terminated. Please use the OpenGL ES ver. v2.0 & v3.0 option.
The Dynamic Analyzer may not recognize the Emulator the first time but it will recognize it next time.