NFC on Android phones

  • 11. June 2018 at 17:13

    I am working on a school project on using an android phone for access control.
    I understood that android allows (throughout HCE) to send an UID to a reader, except it is random at every tap. Generated by the NFC Controller. Is that right?

    If so, when is this RID generated, after the end of the current tap (for the next tap). Or at the very beginning of the connection?

    Also is there a way to know the value of the current RID of the phone without tapping (without an NFC communication) ie. without changing it?

    Thank you for your help,

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    Re: NFC on Android phones

    12. June 2018 at 9:32
    Hi Nouha,

    you want to use a phone as smartcard device. Unfortunately, this is off-topic of this forum.

    The TapLinx team

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    Re: NFC on Android phones

    4. July 2018 at 4:48
    I wish I saw this information sooner
    - roll the ball -
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