I talked about the Wear framework in this thread, and how it can be partially installed onto the Pace and Stratos
THIS DOES NOT MEAN A FULLY WORKING ANDROID WEAR BUILD!
It doesn't connect to the Wear app, even after installing all the APKs required and following the correct setup procedure (some bluetooth error, even after patching it with the supposed workaround for normal apps, it doesn't work - maybe the Bluetooth stack on these watches doesn't work for Wear)
What it does allow is for standalone wear apps with really simple functions to work. Good examples of this are Wear Bottle Spinner (eliseo.wearbottlespinner.wear) and Interval timer for Android Wear (wearablesoftware.wearintervaltimer), which on this list are "not working" due to lack of wear framework, but work after these files have been copied.
Please do not attempt this if you want a fully stable device, or don't feel comfortable debugging. It may not work for you, and you may end up having to post crash logs or have a not-working device. This is a development thread, it's not fully ready for use yet
- Download this zip
- Extract it and run the following commands from the folder
adb root adb remount adb push com.google.android.wearable.jar /system/framework adb push clockwork-system.jar /system/framework adb push com.google.android.wearable.xml /system/etc/permissions adb push clockwork-system.xml /system/etc/permissions adb push ClockworkAmbient.apk /system/priv-app/ClockworkAmbient/ClockworkAmbient.apk adb reboot
These files were taken from the last Android 5.1.1 Wear build for the Gear 2 (itself a port): https://forum.xda-developers.com/gea...droid-t2992953