by Joe Levi | June 15, 2012 7:54 PM
In our last video we showed off some cool things you can do with profiles in CyanogenMod 9 and NFC. What if you're not running CM9 and want to do some cool stuff with NFC? That's what we'll talk about in this video. Specifically, using the NFC chip in your phone, a few NFC tags that you can buy online, and one of a few apps available in the Google Play Store you can encode your contact information (also known as a vCard) onto an NFC sticker. You can encode a web address (URI, or URL) onto an NFC Tag. You can even program a short message into the tag. There are some things to keep in mind ...
by Anton D. Nagy | June 13, 2012 3:32 AM
If you missed out on our first episode of "Fun and Tricks with NFC and Your Android" now it's the time to watch it and return to this post once you're done. Make sure to check out the second part of the video coming soon! Now that we all know what this is all about, Samsung introduced TecTiles and its TecTile application. TecTiles are basically programmable NFC tags which you can use with an NFC-equipped smartphone. These will become available "in all four major carrier stores and at major online retailers at the launch of the Galaxy S III". Programmable actions include sending messages as ...
by Joe Levi | June 8, 2012 9:29 PM
In our last video we showed off CyanogenMod 9. Among the topics we covered were "Profiles" and a teaser of something awesome to come in our next video -- this video. Switching profile's isn't all that quick. It's somewhat unfortunate because the several screen taps that are required to switch between profiles has been enough to keep me from using them. With NFC, that all changes. Hit play, and prepare to have your mind blown. Interested in getting some NFC tags, you need only head over to Amazon.com to see a huge list of tags that you can buy. They will probably cost you around $1.50 ...
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