I have read the entire forum, tried many options, but nothing seems to work.
So, for starters, what do I have
MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2020, Four Thunderbolt 3 ports)
macOS Monterey 12.0.1
Galaxy Watch Studio
Build id: 210901
java version “16.0.1” 2021-04-20
Java™ SE Runtime Environment (build 16.0.1+9-24)
I do a new, as simple as possible project (anticipating your questions, I tried to do something more complex, and also ran examples of samsung, the result is the same). The watch face design does not even have a background (but if you set a background, it does not affect anything), there is only a digital clock in the center of the screen, you can see this in figure (2.1. a).
Author Certificate and Distribute Certificate are installed in the project (everything was done according to the Samsung guide).
What goes wrong
*For starters, let’s not think about running the project on device and just try to build it. This results in an error: “Resource are not found, Please check the resource is available with your gwd project.” This happens almost instantly, after clicking on the “Build” button, in less than a second the progress reaches 50 percent and this dialog appears. After clicking on the “Ok” button, all dialogs are closed. You can see the whole sequence in the figures (2.1. a → 2.1. b → 2.1. c → 2.1. d).
You can also note that in figure (2.1 b) I click “No”, but just for reference, generation of AOD, that is, clicking on the “Yes” button leads to the same result - an error in the figure ( 2.1. d).
I have no idea what resource is in question, what I should check and how to avoid this error. I couldn’t even find the build logs to figure out what’s going on. What I should do? How to get rid of this problem?
*After hours of suffering, I found a way and Galaxy Watch Studio finally started finding my watch over Wi-Fi. When I try to run a project on a device, I get a strange message “tpk package for Tizen 4.0 or later device doesnt exist, want to build it?”, Here I always click “Yes”. Then I get the standard message about AOD and click “No” (clicking “Yes” will not produce any other result). Then I get the error described in clause 2.1. But oddly enough, some process begins further and after a while, always 60 percent, it ends with an error: “SDB command … failed …”. You can see the whole sequence in the figures (2.2. a → 2.2. b → 2.2. c → 2.2. d → 2.2. e).
And again, I don’t understand what this error is, I cannot find the logs, I don’t know what to do next?
I tried all the ways to solve similar problems described on the forum, nothing helps.