# Network Audio Sample App :::hw Board|Raspberry Pi 3||Raspberry Pi 3 board Etc.|Speaker||General PC Speaker or headset ::: :::sw OS|Tizen IoT Preview| SDK|IoT-Headless Extension SDK| App|Network Audio Sample App| ::: # <Overview> This is a Network Audio Sample App, created based on the guide in https://developer.tizen.org/development/iot-preview/getting-started. It is supposed to be controlable by Samsung Connect App in the phone. * The Samsung Connect application is preloaded in Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 phones. In addition, if the phone is based on Android 6.0 or later, you can download Samsung Connect from Google play. The Samsung Connect version must be 1.6.5-45 or higher. # <Current Status> The Network Audio cannot be connect to SmartThings cloud yet, because the SmartThings cloud certificate is not available; http://devworkspace.developer.samsung.com, in which the cloud certificate is issued, is not open yet. (A developer need to get a SmartThings cloud certificate from that site.) In Samsung Connect > Devices > Add Device, I am able to see "NetworkAudioX", but cannot register "NetworkAudioX" on the SmartThings cloud. It failed in 51% with a popup. After http://devworkspace.developer.samsung.com is open, I will update this workboard. # <Procedure> 1. Install Tizen Studio 2.0: https://developer.tizen.org/development/iot-preview/getting-started/installing-tizen-studio 2. Open Network Audio sample app and build it: https://developer.tizen.org/development/iot-preview/getting-started/developing-applications-things-sdk-api * You cannot go through number 7 at this moment. Please skip this. Also, you have to skip 8 either. * Instaed 9, in the Tizen Studio Project Explorer view, right-click the project and select Build Signed Package. * The TPK is in Debug directory of your application root directory of your host PC. 3. Build a platform binary in Craftroom. Create a new Craft and in Craft Designer, choose IoT Headless RPI3 and add the TPK you just built. 4. Using IoT Setup Wizard, flash the customized binaries into the SD card. Select the platform binary you built in Craftroom and boot binary in http://download.tizen.org/releases/previews/iot/preview1/tizen-4.0-unified_20171016.1/images/standard/iot-boot-arm64-rpi3/tizen-4.0-unified_20171016.1_iot-boot-arm64-rpi3.tar.gz Then install WiFi driver. Please refer to https://developer.tizen.org/development/iot-preview/getting-started/flashing-tizen-images 5. Move the SD card into Raspberry Pi 3 and start it. 6. Check with Samsung Connect App in your phone.