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A comprehensive guide to NFC on ZTE Blade D6

NFC stands for Near Field communication. It allows two devices to communicate and perform tasks like send data by touching them together or by holding them close enough to one another. This technology is often used in communication. Activating NFC means turning on the chip in your phone that is responsible of every process done by this technology.
In this article, we will make clear how to use NFC on ZTE Blade D6 starting from the activating of the chip and use it to make payments as an example.

Does ZTE Blade D6 have NFC as a short range technology?

Yes, NFC feature is available on ZTE Blade D6 and you can activate it from settings.

How to turn on NFC on ZTE Blade D6? – Activation NFC

You can turn on NFC on ZTE Blade D6 from the home screen by swiping down from the top then tapping on the NFC icon and it will be enabled. Also, you can activate the feature from settings:
– Go to settings.
– press on connections and sharing.
– Swipe up to find NFC.
– Turn on the NFC switch.
You can turn the feature off whenever you want especially if you want to save your phone power. If you don’t know how to use NFC on ZTE Blade D6 in terms of paying and scanning tags, continue reading this article as everything about NFC will be clarified.

NFC on ZTE Blade D6

How can I scan NFC tags on ZTE Blade D6?

You need to use scanning feature of NFC on ZTE Blade D6 to write NFC tags. So, you are supposed to have NFC tag writer app on your phone such as-NFC TagWriter by NXP.
All what you need to do to scan is to 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 writing and scanning NFC tags.

Transferring data using NFC on ZTE Blade D6

It is so easy to transfer a photo or file using NFC on ZTE Blade D6, as you just need to choose the file you need to share. After that, put your phone back to back with the other phone, then tap on the screen and the file will be shared. If the process failed, make sure that you turn on the Android Beam icon near the NFC icon.

Apps for NFC on ZTE Blade D6

To use NFC tags for automation on your phone you will need third-party apps and to make payments, you need payment apps. These apps afford a lot of features with bit effort and no manual actions required.

NFC on ZTE Blade D6

How to use NFC for making payments on ZTE Blade D6?

In this device, you can use Google pay to make payments with NFC features, but you need to hane:
– A Google account.
– A debit or credit card.
– NFC feature (activated)
– Android 5.0 lollipop or higher.A debit or credit card.
Enabled NFC feature.
Have a Google account.
Android 5.0 Lollipop or higher.

How to make contactless payments through the Google pay app?

Follow these steps to make payments with NFC on ZTE Blade D6:
– Activate NFC.
– Press on contactless payments
– Choose payment default.
When you want to pay, hold your phone close to the other device and a blue check will appear on the screen meanning that payment is done.

How to install NFC writing apps for android?

The central point of writing an NFC tag is to automate tasks on your phone. You need first to buy an empty NFC tag, then open Google play and search for NCP Tag Writer. Next, press on download and read the next paragraph to learn how to write a tag.

NFC on ZTE Blade D6

How to write NFC tags by using NFC apps?

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 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.

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

The memory you need depends on the form 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.

Everything you need to know to use NFC on ZTE Blade D6

Using NFC on ZTE Blade D6 requires you to be familiar with ZTE Blade D6 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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