Device Provisioning

Device provisioning is the process of configuring your device for use with Skylight. You can choose to manually configure devices or provision with enterprise mobility management systems.

Manually Provisioning Skylight

Glass EE2
Vuzix M400
RealWear HMT-1
Mobile Devices
Glass EE2

(Option 1) Installing the Skylight client using Scrcpy

  1. Download and unzip Scrcpy.

    • Note: Scrcpy is a open source utility that provides display and control of an Android device from your computer. It is not created or maintained by Upskill.

  2. Connect the Glass EE2 to your computer with a USB cable.

  3. After connecting, make sure to select Allow in the dialog on the Glass EE2 to allow USB debugging.

  4. Navigate to the unzipped Scrcpy file folder, double-click on the scrcpy executable file to open the screen casting window.

  5. Install Skylight by dragging and dropping the skylight-smartglasses-<version>.apk file directly onto the Glass EE2 screen cast window.

(Option 2) Installing the Skylight client using ADB

  1. Ensure Android Debug Bridge (ADB) is downloaded and installed on your computer.

  2. Connect Glass to your computer with a USB-C cable.

  3. After connecting, make sure to select Allow in the popup on Glass to allow USB debugging.

  4. Open your terminal or command prompt.

  5. Install Skylight and give camera/microphone permissions using the following ADB command:

    adb install -g skylight-smartglasses-<version>.apk

Giving Skylight permission to install over-the-air updates

  1. Open the settings on Glass. Swipe to About device and tap to open.

  2. In About Device, swipe to Android settings. Tap 5 times to select.

  3. Navigate to Apps & notifications > Skylight > Install unknown apps.

  4. Enable the toggle for Allow from this source.

Getting started with Skylight

  1. Read the Skylight for Smart Glasses user guide for steps on configuring WiFi, signing in, and using Skylight on Glass.

Vuzix M400

(Option 1) Installing the Skylight client using Vuzix View

  1. Download and install Vuzix View.

  2. Connect the M400 to your computer with a USB cable.

  3. After connecting, make sure to select Allow in the dialog on the M400 to allow USB debugging.

  4. In Vuzix View, press the View button to open the M400 interface.

  5. Install Skylight by dragging and dropping the skylight-smartglasses-<version>.apk file directly onto the M400 interface.

(Option 2) Installing the Skylight client using ADB

  1. Ensure Android Debug Bridge (ADB) is downloaded and installed on your computer.

  2. Connect the M400 to your computer with a USB cable.

  3. After connecting, make sure to select Allow in the dialog on the M400 to allow USB debugging.

  4. Open your terminal or command prompt.

  5. Install Skylight and give camera/microphone permissions using the following ADB command:

    adb install -g skylight-smartglasses-<version>.apk

Giving Skylight permission to install over-the-air updates

  1. Open the settings on your Vuzix device.

  2. Navigate to Apps & notifications > Skylight > Install unknown apps.

  3. Enable the toggle for Allow from this source.

Getting started with Skylight

  1. Read the Skylight for Smart Glasses user guide for steps on configuring WiFi, signing in, and using Skylight on your Vuzix device.

RealWear HMT-1

(Option 1) Installing the Skylight client using RealWear Explorer

  1. Download and install RealWear Explorer.

  2. Connect the HMT-1 to your computer with a USB cable.

  3. After connecting, make sure to select Allow in the dialog on the HMT-1 to allow USB debugging.

  4. You should see the HMT-1 screen within the RealWear Explorer application

  5. Install Skylight by dragging and dropping the skylight-smartglasses-<version>.apk file directly onto the DRAG AND DROP APKS HERE field area

(Option 2) Installing the Skylight client using ADB

  1. Ensure Android Debug Bridge (ADB) is downloaded and installed on your computer.

  2. Connect the HMT-1 to your computer with a USB cable.

  3. After connecting, make sure to select Allow in the dialog on the HMT-1 to allow USB debugging.

  4. Open your terminal or command prompt.

  5. Install Skylight and give camera/microphone permissions using the following ADB command:

    adb install -g skylight-smartglasses-<version>.apk

Giving Skylight permission to install over-the-air updates

  1. Open the settings on your HMT-1.

  2. Navigate to Apps & notifications > Skylight > Install unknown apps.

  3. Enable the toggle for Allow from this source.

Getting started with Skylight

  1. Read the Skylight for Smart Glasses user guide for steps on configuring WiFi, signing in, and using Skylight on your HMT-1.

Using Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) Systems

Your devices can also be enrolled in in EMM systems such as VMWare Workspace ONE (formerly AirWatch), Microsoft Intune, and MobileIron Cloud/Core. These systems can manage the installation of the Skylight client and device configuration.

For detailed instructions, refer to your EMM admin or provider.

We support the AppConfig Community standard for our mobile application. Here are the parameters you will need for the configuration.

Configuration Key

Value Type

Configuration Value

skylightServerName

String

https://skylight.upskill.io or https://skylight.eu.upskill.io

for our SaaS

skylightDomain

String

YOUR_SKYLIGHT_DOMAIN

useSamlLogin

Boolean

True or False