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Both a Sprint and a Verizon version of the new Curve is available in DeviceAnywhere (Sprint version shown).
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The second method is by creating a project, and adding devices to that project. Projects can be created by clicking on the Project menu item on the top bar in Studio. When you create a project, you will be prompted to add devices to the project. Then when you go to the device panel, you would choose to group devices by Projects instead of by Packages (see above image). Select the project you created, and only the devices you added to the project will be visible
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July 18, 2011 at 07:25 PM
You can create as many projects (and thus as many different device lists) as you want. Projects are also used in our test case management and test automation products, but you can just use them to create device lists and use the other functionality only when or if needed.
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