Zebra WS50 Android Wearable Computer

Zebra WS50

UNPARALLELED FUNCTIONALITY IN THE WORLD’S SMALLEST ALL-IN-ONE ANDROID ENTERPRISE-CLASS WEARABLE MOBILE COMPUTER

Every task worker without mobile access to relevant information is forced to take more steps and more time to complete tasks, eroding operational efficiency. Now, connecting your disconnected workers is easy with Zebra WS50 — the world’s smallest Android enterprise-class wearable mobile computer. It’s rugged, modular and at home everywhere — in manufacturing plants and warehouses to retail stores and hotels.

TRUE ‘NO-HOST’ ONE-PIECE WEARABLE

When it comes to data capture, this all-in-one device can do it all. No need for a two-piece wearable solution to capture the data you need — plus it’s a voice communication device. Choose an integrated barcode scanner or camera. And all models support push-to-talk. The result? True convergence — single-device simplicity.

WEAR IT YOUR WAY WITH MODULAR MOUNTING OPTIONS

With three different wearing styles, the adaptable WS50 is ideal for virtually any task worker in practically any industry. The Zebra WS50 can be worn on a wrist, two fingers or the back of the hand. And no matter which wearing style you prefer, the lightweight and ergonomic design is comfortable and hands-free.

ALL THE KEY FEATURES OF A FULL-SIZE MOBILE COMPUTER

Zebra WS50 small in size but big in features, delivering everything your disconnected workers need to increase efficiency and productivity. Capture barcodes or high resolution photos. Enable workforce-wide collaboration with push-to-talk. Rugged design is ready for work. Automate workflows with programmable buttons. AMOLED colour display provides superior readability, and its low power consumption extends battery run times. And more.

Zebra WS50 Android Wearable Computer

DESIGNED FOR MAXIMUM FLEXIBILITY

Connect your disconnected task workers with Zebra WS50 — the world’s smallest all-in-one Android enterprise-class wearable mobile computer. It’s rugged, modular and at home everywhere — from manufacturing and warehousing to retail and hospitality.

Dimensions

Wrist (device): 2.44 in.L x 2.32 in.W x 0.71 in. D
62 mm L x 59 mm W x 18 mm D 

Wrist (with mount): 2.9 1in. L x 2.51 in. W x 0.751 in.D
74 mm L x 64 mm W x 19 mm D

Converged: 2.52 in. L x 2.44 in. W x 1.10 in. D
64 mm L x 62 mm W x 28 mm D

Operating System

Android 11 AOSP

Drop Spec

Wrist : 4 ft./1.2 m drop to concrete per MIL-STD 810G across opperating temperature 

Converged: 6 ft./1.8 m drop to tile over concrete

per MIL-STD 810G across opperating temperature 

Weight

Wrist (device): 2.89 oz./82 g

Wrist (with mount): 3.77 oz./107 g

Converged: 4.48 oz./127 g

 

CPU

Qualcomm SDW4100, Quad-Core, 2.0 GHz

 

Data Capture

Scanning: SE4770: 1D/2D standard range omni-directional imager

Camera: 13 MP with Flash – Wrist Version

Industry Use

Transportation

Retail

Manufacturing

Warehousing

hospitality

Hospitality

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Zebra WS50 Knowledge Base

Soft Reset - Warm Boot

Zebra WS50 Soft Reset – Warm Boot

Perform a soft reset if applications stop working.

  1. Press and hold the Power button until the menu appears.
  2. Touch Restart.
  3. The device reboots.
Hard Reset - Cold Boot

Zebra WS50 Hard Reset – Cold Boot

Perform a hard reset if the device stops responding.

  1. Press and hold both the Back and Home buttons.
  2. When the screen turns off, release the buttons.
  3. The device reboots.
Enterprise Reset

Zebra WS50 Enterprise Reset

An Enterprise Reset erases all user data in the /data partition, including data in the primary storage locations (/sdcard and emulated storage).
Before performing an Enterprise Reset, provision all necessary configuration files and restore after the reset.

Performing an Enterprise Reset From Device Settings

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Touch System > Advanced > Reset Options > Erase all data (enterprise reset).
  3. Touch Erase all data twice to confirm the Enterprise Reset.

Downloading the Enterprise Reset Package

To download the system update package:

  1. Go to the Zebra Support & Downloads website, www.zebra.com/support/mobile_computers.
  2. Download the Enterprise Reset file to a host computer. 
    IMPORTANT: Ensure the latest adb files are installed on the host computer.
    IMPORTANT: The device and host computer must be on the same wireless network.

Performing an Enterprise Reset Using ADB

  1.  On the device, swipe down from the Status bar to open the Quick Access panel and then touch .
  2. Touch System > Developer options.
  3. Slide the switch to the ON position.
  4. Touch USB Debugging. A check appears in the check box. The Allow USB debugging? dialog box appears.
  5. Touch OK.
  6. On the host computer, open a command prompt window and use the adb command: adb devices.
    The following displays:
    List of devices attached
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX device (where XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX is the device number).
    NOTE: If device number does not appear, ensure that ADB drivers are installed properly.
  7. Type: adb reboot recovery
  8. Press Enter. The System Recovery screen appears.
  9. Press the Up and Down buttons to navigate to apply from adb.
  10. Press Enter.
  11. Use the Up and Down buttons to navigate to Full OTA Package or Diff OTA Package.
  12. Press Enter.
  13. On the host computer command prompt window type: adb sideload <file> where: <file>= the path and filename of the zip file.
  14. Press Enter. The Enterprise Reset package installs and then the Recovery screen appears.
  15. Press the Enter button to reboot the device.

Performing an Enterprise Reset Using Wireless ADB

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Touch System > Advanced > Developer options .
  3. Slide the Wireless debugging switch to the ON position.
  4. If the device and host computer are connected for the first time, the Allow wireless debugging on this network? dialog box with the Always allow from this network check box displays. Select the check box, if required.
  5. Touch ALLOW.
  6. Touch Wireless debugging.
  7. Touch Pair with pairing code.
    1. The Pair with device dialog box displays.
  8. On the host computer, navigate to the platform-tools folder and open a command prompt window.
  9. Type adb pair XX.XX.XX.XX.XXXXX.
    1. where XX.XX.XX.XX:XXXXX is the IP address and port number from the Pair with device dialog box.
  10. Press Enter.
  11. Type the pairing code from the Pair with device dialog box
  12. Press Enter.
    1. The Pair with device dialog box closes automatically once the pairing is successful.
  13. Type adb connect XX.XX.XX.XX:XXXXX.
    1. where XX.XX.XX.XX:XXXX is the IP address & Port on the Wireless debugging screen.
    2. The device is now connected to the host computer.
  14. Type adb devices. The following displays:
    List of devices attached    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX device
    Where XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX is the device number.
    NOTE: If device number does not appear, ensure that ADB drivers are installed properly.
  15. Type:  adb reboot recovery
  16. Press Enter.
    1. The Factory Recovery screen appears on the device.
  17. Press the Right button to navigate to Apply upgrade from ADB.
  18. Press and hold the Right button to select.
  19. On the host computer command prompt window type:
    1. adb sideload <file>
    2. where: <file> = the path and filename of the zip file.
  20. Press Enter.
    1. The Enterprise Reset package installs and then the System Recovery screen appears on the device.
  21. Press and hold the Right button reboot the device.
  22. On the host computer, type:
    1. adb disconnect.
Factory Reset

Zebra WS50 Factory Reset

A Factory Reset erases all data in the /data and /enterprise partitions in internal storage and clears all device settings. A Factory Reset returns the device to the last installed operating system image. To revert to a previous operating system version, re-install that operating system image. See Performing a System Update for more information.

Downloading the Factory Reset Package

To download the system update package:

  1. Go to the Zebra Support & Downloads website, www.zebra.com/support/mobile_computers.
  2. Download the Factory Reset file to a host computer. 
    IMPORTANT: Ensure the latest adb files are installed on the host computer.
    IMPORTANT: The device and host computer must be on the same wireless network.

Performing an Factory Reset Using ADB

  1.  On the device, swipe down from the Status bar to open the Quick Access panel and then touch .
  2. Touch System > Developer options.
  3. Slide the switch to the ON position.
  4. Touch USB Debugging. A check appears in the check box. The Allow USB debugging? dialog box appears.
  5. Touch OK.
  6. On the host computer, open a command prompt window and use the adb command: adb devices.
    The following displays:
    List of devices attached
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX device (where XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX is the device number).
    NOTE: If device number does not appear, ensure that ADB drivers are installed properly.
  7. Type: adb reboot recovery
  8. Press Enter. The System Recovery screen appears.
  9. Press the Up and Down buttons to navigate to apply from adb.
  10. Press Enter.
  11. Use the Up and Down buttons to navigate to Full OTA Package or Diff OTA Package.
  12. Press Enter.
  13. On the host computer command prompt window type: adb sideload <file> where: <file>= the path and filename of the zip file.
  14. Press Enter. The Enterprise Reset package installs and then the Recovery screen appears.
  15. Press the Enter button to reboot the device.

Performing an Factory Reset Using Wireless ADB

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Touch System > Advanced > Developer options .
  3. Slide the Wireless debugging switch to the ON position.
  4. If the device and host computer are connected for the first time, the Allow wireless debugging on this network? dialog box with the Always allow from this network check box displays. Select the check box, if required.
  5. Touch ALLOW.
  6. Touch Wireless debugging.
  7. Touch Pair with pairing code.
    1. The Pair with device dialog box displays.
  8. On the host computer, navigate to the platform-tools folder and open a command prompt window.
  9. Type adb pair XX.XX.XX.XX.XXXXX.
    1. where XX.XX.XX.XX:XXXXX is the IP address and port number from the Pair with device dialog box.
  10. Press Enter.
  11. Type the pairing code from the Pair with device dialog box
  12. Press Enter.
    1. The Pair with device dialog box closes automatically once the pairing is successful.
  13. Type adb connect XX.XX.XX.XX:XXXXX.
    1. where XX.XX.XX.XX:XXXX is the IP address & Port on the Wireless debugging screen.
    2. The device is now connected to the host computer.
  14. Type adb devices. The following displays:
    List of devices attached    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX device
    Where XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX is the device number.
    NOTE: If device number does not appear, ensure that ADB drivers are installed properly.
  15. Type:  adb reboot recovery
  16. Press Enter.
    1. The Factory Recovery screen appears on the device.
  17. Press the Right button to navigate to Apply upgrade from ADB.
  18. Press and hold the Right button to select.
  19. On the host computer command prompt window type:
    1. adb sideload <file>
    2. where: <file> = the path and filename of the zip file.
  20. Press Enter.
    1. The Enterprise Reset package installs and then the System Recovery screen appears on the device.
  21. Press and hold the Right button reboot the device.
  22. On the host computer, type:
    1. adb disconnect.