NfcV-reader

NfcV-reader

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The NfcV-reader is an NFC application for Android smart phone (NFC is mandatory to use it).

It allows to communicate with ISO15693 products such as STMicroelectronics tags (LRIxx family) and Dual Interface EEPROM (M24LRxx family). Other manufacturer tags are also supported.

It also allows read and write NDEF message by using NFC features of Android OS. The NDEF message is a data format defined by NFC forum specification and offers interoperability of the different NFC devices.
NfcV-reader works with ISO/IEC 15693 and Dual Interface EEPROM contactless tag (NFC-V specifications ongoing at NFC forum).

Some new features are available such as, transfer file (upload or download a file), binary read and write. Also, Password management, Lock sectors management and Energy Harvesting management for M24LR devices.

PS : Samsung Galaxy Young, Express, S3 Mini had issues with all NFC apps, including this apps, due to issue in Android nfcv.tranceive() function . Anyway a firmware update has been released by Samsung during July'14 on Galaxy Express phone to solve this issue (solved on ST M24LR04-E, LRIS2K ... but not yet soved for M24LR64/M24LR64-E/M24LR16-E) .
Perhaps the same solution has been released for Galaxy S3 mini and Galaxy Young phone ... but today I cannot test it.

Tags: nfcv, nfcvreader source code, nfcvreader source, how to read nfcv tag, read nfcv, nfcv source, st nfcv app source code, nfcv 15693, nfcv read, nfcv tag reader developer.

Recently changed in this version

Rev 5.0
- support TI tags
- support Infineon tags
- minor improvements


Comments and ratings for NfcV-reader
  • (37 stars)

    by Vaibhav Jain on 14/03/2014

  • (37 stars)

    by Raymund Nepomuceno on 04/03/2014

    App cannot write on my NFCV tag. It says "Error during write programming please retry"

  • (37 stars)

    by Rolf Strand on 16/06/2013

    I was able to read and write the tag. But the gui is not very nice on a Sero 7 Pro tablet.

  • (37 stars)

    by Raphaël Kanapitsas on 18/03/2013

    It could write on empty blocks of a already used Nfcv tag, but not rewrite other blocks, though others NFC softs showed them as writable.

  • (37 stars)

    by Ralph Martin on 10/03/2013

    Unlike most NFC software, this works for this specific type of tag