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All you need to know about NFC on Asus ROG Phone 5 Pro

NFC is a feature that allows two devices to share data when they are within four inches of each other.
NFC tags are used to store and exchange data with an NFC compatible device like a smartphone.
Some popular use cases of the NFC technology on smartphones include unlocking doors, exchanging contact information, and paying at places like tolls gates. In this article, we will focus more on payments and transferring files with NFC in Asus ROG Phone 5 Pro.

Does Asus ROG Phone 5 Pro have NFC as a wireless technology?

Yes, NFC technology is available on Asus ROG Phone 5 Pro and you can activate it from settings.

Scanning NFC tags on Asus ROG Phone 5 Pro

Scanning an NFC tag on Asus ROG Phone 5 Pro, comes after downloading a writing app like TagWriter by NXP. You just need o open the app, and hold your phone near the tag then scan it. The following paragraphs clariore about installing and using writing apps.

NFC on Asus ROG Phone 5 Pro

What is the best way to transfer files using NFC on Asus ROG Phone 5 Pro?

To send files from Asus ROG Phone 5 Pro to an Android device, you need to download send anywhere (File Transfer) app. After downloading the app in both, Asus ROG Phone 5 Pro and the other device, tap on send option in the bottom left corner of the app.
In the other phone, tap on yes, I agree and close the window. On Asus ROG PhoOn 5 Pro, tap on
– Newly installed app,s.
– Send anywhere.
– Media files from screenshots or another folder.
Now remove the mark from the first two options and keep it for the files you want to send them. Next, click on send and got it.
– Tap on the upper right icon
– Choose while using the app.
– Tap on the arrow in the bottom left corner.
Now Insert the key you see in Asus ROG Phone 5 Pro on the other device, then choose while using the app. In Asus ROG Phone 5 Pro, tap on yes I agree then close the window and tap on the photo or file in both phones.

For what can I use NFC apps on Asus ROG Phone 5 Pro?

To write NFC tags for task automation on your Asus ROG Phone 5 Pro, you need third-party apps, while to make payments you need NFC payment apps. These apps help you to use your phone features easily with no need to do many tasks manually.

How to use Google pay app for contactless payments?

If you have a phone with NFC, you cathe n use Google pay to pay. Just follow these steps:

– Download Google pay.
– Open the app.
– Get started.
– Select set it up.
– Add your card.
– Add your card details.
We recommend that you set the Google pay as your default contactless payment method. To do so, go to segs, then contactless payments or tap and pay, and select the Google pay as a payment default.
Want to pay for your items now? Simply your phone by the scanner and you are done.

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How to Write NFC tags on Asus ROG Phone 5 Pro

Here is how to write an NFC tag to automate tasks by scanning:
– Open the app.
– Click on write tags in the top right.
– Choose new data set.
Tap on link for example and then choose its type, then enter tha e domain in the otherthe field. Next, select save and write. In the next screen, click on write and hold your phone close to the tag till the confirmation appears.

NFC on Asus ROG Phone 5 Pro

I want to write an NFC tag, how much memory do I need?

To stor text, you’d need a memory size of 26 bytes (bytes are the same as bits) store web addresses, 19 bytes should suit. SMS messages take up 68 bytes, on the other hand email messages require at least 83 bytes.

What do you need to use NFC on A,sus ROG Phone 5 Pro?

Using NFC on Asus ROG Phone 5 Pro requires you to be familiar with Asus ROG Phone 5 Pro NFC settings that include :
– Turning on NFC: A process of activating NFC from settings.
– Using the antenna: A sensor makes it possible to share data wirelessly.
– Scanning: Making contactless communication between two phones using the NFC sensor.
– Paying: using the NFC feature to make contactless payments.
– Transferring data: Sending data from one device to another by using NFC.

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