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NFC Problems : Compatible NFC Tags

  1. narutoninjakid
    Froyo Aug 5, 2014

    narutoninjakid , Aug 5, 2014 :
    Hey Guys, I bought some NFC Tags on Amazon and they work perfectly on My Samsung Galaxy note 2 but for some reason they just refuse to work on my OPO. The OPO can detect them but cant read or write to them. Did OnePlus use a special NFC chip or something. I'm even seeing NFC tags on Amazon that say Not compatible with the OnePlus is there a specific reason for this ? If so i would really like to know if anyone else has had problems. By the way the Chips are the topaz 512 and not the Mifare 1K ones.

    These are the ones I ordered : Link

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  2. Widedomain
    Gingerbread Aug 5, 2014


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  3. adityaa
    Jelly Bean Aug 5, 2014


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  4. jollinshah
    Ice Cream Sandwich Aug 5, 2014

    jollinshah , Aug 5, 2014 :
    check this thread out;
    https://forums.oneplus.net/threads/my-nfc-tags-experience.73038/
     

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  5. JuanL
    KitKat Aug 21, 2014


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  6. Hackstrong
    Gingerbread Sep 6, 2014

    Hackstrong , Sep 6, 2014 :
    I am having the same problem with all Topaz tags. I am hoping someone finds an answer.
     

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  7. Hackstrong
    Gingerbread Sep 6, 2014

    Hackstrong , Sep 6, 2014 :
    I am having the same problem with all Topaz tags. I am hoping someone finds an answer.
     

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  8. Andy
    Gingerbread Oct 10, 2014


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  9. vette95
    Froyo Nov 18, 2014

    vette95 , Nov 18, 2014 :
    I have some old Mifare 1K tags. They work fine with my Xperia Z2, but my OPO doesn't even know they are there.

    I confirmed that my NFC chip in my OPO is working by send/tapping a picture from the Xperia to the OPO.

    I'm going to look further into this, but from what I've been reading, we need NTAG203/213.
     

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  10. mrtienpham
    Cupcake Nov 30, 2014


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  11. agentbaphomet
    Cupcake May 7, 2015

    agentbaphomet , May 7, 2015 :
    From what I can tell the OPO doesn't have support for MiFare Classic nfc tags. Which is actually a huge number of tags. The Nexus 5 didn't have support for reading the info on the tags, but it could atleast detect the tags. OPO can't even tell you that the tag exist. Make sure the tag you buy is ultralight or something. Not MiFare classic.
     

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  12. B-Rad
    KitKat May 7, 2015

    B-Rad , May 7, 2015 :
    That was from November of the year 2014.

    Oops, August
     

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  13. agentbaphomet
    Cupcake May 7, 2015


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  14. B-Rad
    KitKat May 7, 2015


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