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A comprehensive guide to use NFC on Huawei Mate 20 X

Does Huawei Mate 20 X have NFC as a wireless technology?

Yes, Huawei Mate 20 X has an NFC technology which is activated by a small card inside the phone called a chip.

How to turn on NFC on Huawei Mate 20 X? – NFC activation process

Activating NFC on Huawei Mate 20 X is very easy as you just need to activate the NFC icon after swiping down from the main screen. Follow the next paragraph to know more about how to use NFC on Huawei Mate 20 X.

How to scan the NFC tag on Huawei Mate 20 X?

You need to use scanning feature of NFC on Huawei Mate 20 X to write NFC tags. So, you are supposed to download NFC tag writer app on your phone such as-NFC TagWriter by NXP.
To scan the tag, simply hold your phone close to the tag and if you want to know how to install and use NFC writing apps, continue reading the article and you will learn everything about how to write and scan NFC tags.

NFC on Huawei Mate 20 X

How to transfer data using NFC from Huawei Mate 20 X to an Android smartphone?

To send data from Huawei Mate 20 X, NFC should be enabled as explained before. Also, you need to enaable Android Beam from NFC settings, more or share and connect, then turn on the Android Beam. After activation, follow these steps to accomplish sharing data process:
– Open Gallery or your phone files.
– Choose the file or data you want to share it.
– Tap on share icon.
– Tap on NFC icon.
– After connecting with the other device, choose tap to share.
On many devices, the beam is activated automatically when you turn on the NFC. Also, some devices requires you to tap on the Android Beam icon after you tap to share the file or the photo. So, you need to tap on the icon, then continue the other steps as usually.

Apps for NFC on Huawei Mate 20 X

To run NFC on your Huawei Mate 20 X, you can download third – party apps for tasks automatization or download NFC payment apps if you want to make payments.
These changes facilitate use the fantastic features of your smartphone.

How to use Google pay app for contactless payments?

To use g NFC technology to make payments, you must add your card and bank info to a pre-installed app such as Google Pay. Once activated, all you need to do is to enable tap to pay:
– Go to settings.
– Tap apps and notifications.
– Default apps.
– Click on tap and pay.
– Select app you downloaded.
To pay, just put your phone close to the othe device and tap to pay.

How to install NFC writing apps for android?

downloading a writing app is a priority to write a tag. We recommend NXO tagwriter as one of the best writing apps to write a tag. Also, you need to have an empty tag or buy a one if you don’t have. Then, follow the next explanation about writing a tag.

NFC on Huawei Mate 20 X

How to write NFC tags using the TagWrtier-NXP app?

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.
Click on link for example and then choose its type, then enter the domain in the other 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.

How much memory do I need to write NFC tag?

The memory you need depends on the kind of data, if you want to store text it will take 26 Bytes. On the other hand, a web address requires 19 Bytes, and SMS requires 68 Bytes. As for Emails you will need at least 83 Bytes.

NFC on Huawei Mate 20 X

Everything you need to know to use NFC on Huawei Mate 20 X

Using NFC on Huawei Mate 20 X requires you to be familiar with Huawei Mate 20 X 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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