So I had some Samsung NFC Tags setup and work on my S3. I'm using NFC task launcher to write to the tags and carry out the actions. Now when I try to use them on my S4 I get a message that the tag is not supported. Anyone else have this problem? What kind of tags are supported?
I'm in a bit of a pickle. Following my own counsel I started using user-tags when working on projects, but now I don't remember how I called some of these tags and this cancels their usefulness. Is there a way to get those names back?
There are just too many posts in this forum where users post code right into the thread without code tags. Maybe they don't know about code tags or how to use them. I feel that it would be very helpful for everyone if users put all their code in code tags.
It's a real pain to read code not in code tags, and it is mandatory for some languages like Python.
I have a Windows 8 and Windows 7 computers. I have an internal office network and we all share files on an external hard drive connected wirelessly. We are trying to organize these files and the tags option in Windows Explorer seems to be a good option.
I've few NFC tags wich have only android.nfc.tech.NfcA in Tech list. I've tried to write data on it using this example, but I've failed, as I understood tag should support NdefFormatable in order to be written in this way. NFC TagWriter also can't write this tags.
My question is: Is it possible to write such tags in Android? If yes how can I do this?
We need to study the working of the IsoDep NFC Tags, which supports APDU commands.
We want to buy such tags. Does any one knows from where we can buy the Tags that support IsoDep format. Currently we have Mifare Classic 1K cards .