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NFC (Android to different tag)

 
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Hi everyone

Now , I know how to do NFC from Android-to-Android. But if I want to do it from Android to another device which has an NFC tag then please tell me-
(a) A very good NFC chip maker?
(b) If I get one, then how do I program it?

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(a) A very good NFC chip maker?



One of the largest manufacturer of NFC devices is NXP Semiconductor. They have a variety of different tags that can be purchased from commodity electronics vendors. Here is a link to their NFC site: http://www.nxp.com/campaigns/nfc/

(b) If I get one, then how do I program it?



NXP also has an Android app on Google Play that allows you to use your Android device to program compatible NFC tags with data from your device. I would recommend you use it as a starting point: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nxp.nfc.tagwriter&hl=en
 
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Thanks a lot
 
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