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You must have the following software components in order to start developing Android applications for ConnectCore 6:

If you already have Android Studio 2.0 or later in your computer, you can skip the first two installation steps.

1. Java SE Development Kit 7 (JDK 7)

Before you set up Android Studio, be sure you have installed JDK 7 or later. The Java Runtime Environment (JRE) alone is not sufficient.

For Linux users:

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We recommend the Java OpenJDK-7 package. Depending on your distribution, you can install this package in two ways:

  • For Debian and Ubuntu distributions, issue this command:
  • For Fedora, Oracle Linux and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, issue this command:

For Windows users:

  1. Check if you already have JDK 7 or later installed on your computer. If you do, you can skip this step.
    How to check if you have JDK installed and which version
    1. Open a terminal and type the following:
    2. The version should be 7 or later. Java SE version strings have the form:
    • 1.x

    • 1.x.0

    • 1.x.0_u

    In these examples, x is the product version number and u is the update version number. For example, an installed JDK update 60 (JDK 7u60) returns:

  2. If the JDK is not installed or the version is not 7 or later:
    1. Download the Java SE Development Kit 7 at www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk7-downloads-1880260.html
    2. Once the download is complete, run the executable file and follow the on-screen instructions to finish the installation process.

2. Android Studio

Android Studio provides everything you need to start developing apps for Android. Digi Embedded for Android has been validated with Android Studio 2.2.3, although newer versions should also work.

To download and install Android Studio on your computer:

  1. Download Android Studio at http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html.
  2. Follow the steps for installing Android Studio at https://developer.android.com/sdk/installing/index.html?pkg=studio.

3. Digi Extensions for Android Studio

To download and install the Digi Extensions on your Android Studio:

  1. Open Android Studio.
  2. Open the Android Studio Settings dialog by doing one of the following:
    • Select Configure > Settings on the Welcome screen.
    • Select File > Settings from the menu.
  3. Select Plugins from the tree on the left of the Settings dialog.

Note You can also access the Plugins dialog from the Welcome screen. Click Configure on the Quick Start panel and then click Plugins.

  1. Click Browse repositories at the bottom of the page.
  2. In the Browse Repositories dialog, select Digi Extensions for Android Studio from the list on the left. You can use the search box to look for the plugin.
  3. Click Install plugin on the right panel.
  4. A dialog is displayed asking whether you would like to download and install the plugin Digi Extensions for Android Studio. Click Yes.

    A dialog displays the progress of the download process.

  5. Once the download process finishes, click Close in the Browse Repositories dialog.
  6. Click OK to close the Plugins dialog.
  7. When a message appears asking you to restart, click Restart to activate the plugin.

4. SDK Add-on for ConnectCore 6

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You are now ready to start developing Android applications. The Get started section provides an initial tutorial, while the Application development section gives you everything you need to start using the Digi APIX for Android extensions to create more advanced apps.

  1. On the Android Studio Welcome screen, click Configure on the Quick Start panel and then click SDK Manager.
  2. Click the Launch Standalone SDK Manager link at the bottom of the list. The SDK Manager dialog opens.
  3. Click Deselect All to uncheck any previously selected package from the list.

  4. Select Tools > Manage Add-on Sites from the main menu of the application.

    A new configuration window opens.

  5. Select the User Defined Sites tab and click the New button to add a new add-on site.
  6. Enter the following URL for the new add-on site: http://ftp1.digi.com/support/android/sdk_addon/addon.xml
  7. Click OK and then close the Add-on Sites configuration dialog. A new package named SDK Add-On for ConnectCore 6 appears under Android 5.1.1 (API 22).
  8. Select the new package and click Install 1 package.
  9. Accept the License Agreement and click Install.
  10. Once installation is complete, close the SDK Manager.
  11. Restart Android Studio.

You are now ready to develop Android applications using the Digi APIX for Android.

5. Google USB driver

You need the Google USB Driver for Windows if you want to perform adb (Android Debug Bridge) debugging with your ConnectCore device.

  1. Download the Google USB driver at http://developer.android.com/sdk/win-usb.html.
  2. Once you have downloaded the USB driver, perform the following instructions to install it, based on your Windows version:
Windows 7 or later

To install the Google USB driver on Windows 7 or later for the first time:

  1. Unzip the downloaded file.
  2. Connect your Android-powered device to your computer's USB port.
  3. Right-click on Computer from your desktop or Windows Explorer, and select Manage.
  4. Select Device Manager in the left pane of the Computer Management window.
  5. Locate and expand Other device in the right pane.
  6. Right-click the device name and select Update Driver Software to launch the Update Driver Software wizard.
  7. Select Browse my computer for driver software and click Next.
  8. Click Browse and locate the USB driver folder, called usb_driver, which appears after you decompress the downloaded file.
  9. Click Next to install the driver.
Windows Vista

To install the Google USB driver on Windows Vista for the first time:

  1. Unzip the downloaded file.
  2. Connect your Android-powered device to your computer's USB port. Windows detects the device and launches the Found New Hardware wizard.
  3. Select Locate and install driver software.
  4. Select Don't search online.
  5. Select I don't have the disk. Show me other options.
  6. Select Browse my computer for driver software.
  7. Click Browse and locate the USB driver folder, called usb_driver, which appears after you decompress the downloaded file.
  8. Click Next. Vista may prompt you to confirm the privilege elevation required for driver installation. Confirm it.
  9. When Vista asks if you'd like to install the Google ADB Interface device, click Install to install the driver.

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Windows Server 2016 can be installed in a similar fashion as the last several releases. In this example we will create a bootable USB drive with Windows Server 2016 available to install. The classic method of creating a Windows Installation USB drive is to use the free utility Windows USB/DVD Download Tool.

Download the Utility

Download the latest version of the Windows USB/DVD Download Tool from Codeplex.

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Install and run the utility on a Windows desktop system with a USB drive attached.

Note: The utility is still called “Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool”

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Note: .NET may be required to be enabled as the utility requires .NET 2.0 To enable .NET 2.0 simply go to Control Panel and enable .NET Framework 3.5 (see screenshot below)

Load Windows onto the USB

When the Utility is started, a four step wizard begins.

Step one asks for the Windows ISO source file. This will be the Windows distribution that will be copied and installed onto the USB drive.

Select “USB Device”. DVD is also an option for creating bootable DVD disks.

Make sure the correct USB drive is selected. The contents of the USB drive will be destroyed.

Create the USB Drive

Select “Begin Copying” to create the USB bootable drive.

The utility gives you a chance to cancel, otherwise select Erase USB Device.

You are given one more chance to back out. Select Yes.

On Step four, the USB drive is partitioned, formatted and Windows is unloaded, and the USB drive is configured as a bootable device.

And the USB drive is complete. Either exit or create another Windows setup distribution.

To install Windows from the USB, boot a computer from the USB and the Windows Installer OS will initiate the Windows Installation.

Warning: You must install Windows Server 2016 Datacenter edition. Only the Datacenter edition contains the Network Controller, Software-defined Networking, and Storage Spaces Direct [S2D]
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Enable .NET 2.0

If during installation the utility displays a message requiring .NET 2.0, open Control Panel and enable the feature .NET 3.5 (and thereby .NET 2.0).