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What are the modes in which you can use the Samsung wearable device?
There are two modes in which you can use Samsung wearable devices: Standalone mode: When a Samsung wearable device has a separate SIM card, and is paired with a Galaxy smartphone via...
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What licenses do I need to use Knox Tizen SDK for Wearables?
To use the Knox Tizen SDK for Wearables APIs, you require the Knox Platform for Enterprise (KPE) license key. For more information, see About License Keys. If you have existing ELM and KLM keys,...
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Which devices support the Knox Tizen SDK for Wearables?
The Knox Tizen SDK for Wearables is currently supported on Gear Sports and Gear S3 wearable devices.
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What is ProKiosk mode?
ProKiosk mode enables system integrators to restrict/limit the functionality of the Samsung wearable device to a single app.
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Do I need to associate my Tizen app on SEAP?
Yes. You need to associate your Tizen app on SEAP if you are using the Knox Tizen SDK for Wearables commercially. To associate your app, follow the about license key guide. If your app is in...
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How can I de-register the custom client app?
You can call the API method knox_custom_deregister_client (const char *pkg_name) to de-register the client app. Please note that the policies set by the client app will remain as is even...
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How do I get the attestation blob?
You can use the API method knox_attestation_get_attestation_blob (const unsigned char *nonce, int size, unsigned char **blob_data, int *blob_data_size) to get the blob data to check if the...
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Should I install any extension SDK before installing the Samsung Knox Tizen SDK for Wearables?
You must install the following extension SDKs: Samsung Certificate Extension SDK Samsung Wearable Extension SDK    
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What are the supported Wi-Fi security types?
Currently, the supported Wi-Fi security types are: OPEN WEP WPA – PSK WPA2 – PSK EAP – PEAP EAP – TLS EAP – TTLS EAP – SIM EAP – AKA  
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What is a nonce and why is it valid for a short time period?
A nonce is a random number that uniquely identifies each attestation request. The server creates and returns a nonce, which you use to identify an attestation request. Each nonce is valid for a...
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