Studio is facing issues on MacOs Sonoma

Not able to open device manager ,and facing difficulties while installing the required packages using package manager and IDE is behaving indifferently

There are several threads on this.
I was told that there would not be any updates for Sonoma until a more stable release is available. If this is for Tizen Watch development you can download Galaxy Watch Studio 2.0.1 and connect with that. If this is for Tizen TV I think you need to use some sort of command line tool but I’m not sure what or how.

If this is for the TV respond and I’ll move this to that forum.

Samsung Developer Relations

Yes this is for TV ,


I only have basic knowledge of Smart TV development but it looks to me like you can use VS Code extension to connect and run. It looks like it requires you to add the Target IP address.

Doe that work on Sonoma?

Samsung Developer Relations

Iam able to connect the tv to the device using command but facing difficulty while getting the duid of the device, Is there any command to get the duid of the tv device

I believe if you are connected to the TV open certificate manager and it will auto fill in the DUID and you can generate certificates that way.

The list of the sdb commands is in this Tizen Doc

If you can’t run the Certificate Manager I don’t think there is a solution on Sonoma I believe and update is planned to support Sonoma but I don’t have a timeline. Is there any other option for you other than Mac Sonoma?

Samsung Developer Relations

I may have found a work around

There is a work around for those who are facing issue in launching Device Manager in macOS Sonoma, they can use following CLI commands for similar functionality.

  1. permit for install -

$ /tools/sdb devices
List of devices attached
emulator-26111 device t-1019-1

$ /tools/ide/bin/tizen install-permit -s emulator-26111
Install Permitted

  1. Install the app -

$ /tools/ide/bin/tizen install -s serial -n pkgname – <path to base dir of tpk/wgt>
e.g - $ /tools/ide/bin/tizen install -n org.tizen.basic-1.0.0-i386.tpk -s emulator-26101 – ~/workspace/basic/Debug

Doesn’t make sense to me but that is what I was told. If that doesn’t help let me know and I’ll dig some more.

Samsung Developer Relations

By using certificate manager iam able to fetch the duid, Thanks for the response