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I do use the NFC function in the One Plus One. Do you?

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Do you use the NFC feature in your phone?

  1. Yes

  2. No

  3. Barely

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  1. Mjt008
    Honeycomb Jul 28, 2015

    Mjt008 , Jul 28, 2015 :
    Yeah you're right it's entirely useless....no one uses it for mobile payments via google wallet/ android pay, android beam functionality, syncing with other devices or nfc tags... the OnePlus 2 is supposed to be future proof yet lacks a fairly cheap component that gives it functionality phones had 4-5 years ago...I loved my OPO but lack of nfc is just dumb in the 2
     

    #21
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  2. aditya2607
    Eclair Jul 28, 2015


    #22
  3. xoma262
    Jelly Bean Jul 28, 2015


    #23
  4. denvit
    Eclair Jul 28, 2015

    denvit , Jul 28, 2015 :
    A lot. This is going to might make me choose another phone as the next one...
     

    #24
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  5. natsu121
    Froyo Jul 28, 2015

    natsu121 , Jul 28, 2015 :
    Man i m thinking twice about buying OP2 now. No NFC ..I'll just go for nexus 5 2015.
     

    #25
  6. anon_user
    Donut Jul 28, 2015

    anon_user , Jul 28, 2015 :
    I've never used the NFC feature, so I am not going to complain about it, but the slow charging is a little disappointing :(
     

    #26
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  7. robski
    Honeycomb Jul 28, 2015

    robski , Jul 28, 2015 :
    I've had it and not used it on my last 2 phones which proves that I can carry on without using it for the foreseeable future. :)
    Perhaps I'll change my view in the future but for now lack of nfc is absolutely not an issue for me and would not either make or break any decision to buy a phone.
     

    #27
  8. DrJMun
    KitKat Jul 28, 2015

    DrJMun , Jul 28, 2015 :
    Nope, never use it... HOWEVER I'd like the option to be able to use it. Especially true if pay-via-phone is ever going to really take off.
     

    #28
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  9. pa5t1s
    User of the Year 2014 Jul 28, 2015

    pa5t1s , Jul 28, 2015 :
    Nope, I don't use NFC for any payments. I sync my devices through USB or Wi-Fi... and I've never found any tag working properly... Sad to say :(
    (PS: I find it as useless as the fingerprint sensor, if it is any consolation... )
     

    #29
  10. dustbunnyck
    Jelly Bean Jul 28, 2015

    dustbunnyck , Jul 28, 2015 :
    I use nfc. It's such a small piece of hardware that could have been implemented and by choice not to that's a bummer.
     

    #30
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  11. moon4567
    Jelly Bean Jul 28, 2015


    #31
  12. pa5t1s
    User of the Year 2014 Jul 28, 2015

    pa5t1s , Jul 28, 2015 :
    That's the real question...bcs major card companies have to find an agreement first... with banks... umm :(
     

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  13. bbender716
    Gingerbread Jul 28, 2015

    bbender716 , Jul 28, 2015 :
    Absolutely. It will only become more prevalent now that Apple is driving the market.
     

    #33
  14. otyo89
    Honeycomb Jul 28, 2015


    #34
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  15. janezstr
    Froyo Jul 28, 2015


    #35
  16. YoshiBlauw
    Froyo Jul 28, 2015

    YoshiBlauw , Jul 28, 2015 :
    I have a Nexus 5 and don't use NFC yet...

    I plan on using the OP2 for 2 years and think I won't miss NFC, but only time will tell
     

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  17. mrex
    Gingerbread Jul 28, 2015

    mrex , Jul 28, 2015 :
    - pairing bt devices
    - sharing files with my partner
    - nfc tags/triggers for differend purposes
    - and couple hours ago i checked my travel card because i needed to know if i have money on it or do i need to go and load some...

    Planning to setup my NAS to WOL by nfc/trigger..

    so earlier today
    [​IMG]
     

    #37
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  18. WolfpackN64
    Jelly Bean Jul 28, 2015


    #38
  19. erasekh
    Cupcake Jul 28, 2015


    #39
  20. blasphemy101
    Gingerbread Jul 28, 2015

    blasphemy101 , Jul 28, 2015 :
    Yes it did... I use the OPO with google wallet through NFC.
     

    #40