Simulator Installation

Follow the procedure below to install Simulator.

Important
Before starting installation of Simulator, make sure that webOS TV CLI is installed on the PC. If not, go to CLI Installation and install webOS TV CLI first.

Step 1. Download Simulator

Download the Simulator corresponding to your OS and unzip it. The Simulator is available only on 64-bit OS.

webOS TV 22 Simulator

(V1.1.1)
Linux 64-bit

Windows 64-bit

macOS 64-bit

macOS 64-bit

webOS TV 6.0 Simulator

(V1.0.1)
Linux 64-bit

Windows 64-bit

macOS 64-bit

  • webOS TV 6.0 Simulator for macOS 64-bit is compatible with macOS ARM64.

Step 2. Create a Simulator directory

Create a Simulator directory in the path of LG_WEBOS_TV_SDK_HOME. If theSimulator directory already exists, skip this step.

Note

For how to check the path of LG_WEBOS_TV_SDK_HOME, see Check the environment variable .

Step 3. Place the unzipped directory under the Simulator directory

Place the unzipped directory in Step 1 under the Simulator directory created in Step 2.

For example, if the path of LG_WEBOS_TV_SDK_HOME is /home/user/tool/webos_tv_sdk/,
the path of the unzipped directory should be
home/user/tool/webos_tv_sdk/Simulator/webOS_TV_22_SDK_1.0.0.

Tip: Handling errors on Mac
  • If an unidentified developer related error occurs, go to System Preferences> Security & Privacy>General tab and click Allow on the bottom.
  • If a damaged related error occurs, check the path where the simulator app file is located and enter the following command. Replace "YOUR_PATH" with your own:
    xattr -cr /YOUR_PATH/webOS_TV_SDK/Simulator/webOS_TV_22_Simulator_1.1.1/webOS_TV_22_Simulator_1.1.1.app
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