Properly program your NFC implant

There are several ways you can describe, configure and customize your NFC implant.

We would like to show you two possibilities how you can describe your implant without programming knowledge. For this purpose, we will introduce you to the NFC Tools app on the one hand, and the original software from NXP on the other. Since both apps are free, we recommend giving them both a try. Basically, they only differ in terms of operation, so no app offers a significant advantage over the other. Both apps offer the following writing functions by default: a simple text, a link to a website, a video or an app, an eMail, a contact, a phone number, an address or geolocation, WLAN or Bluetooth configurations, personalized data. To download, simply click on the respective link or scan the QR code.

Describe with the smartphone

Write with the PC

Supported main functions:
– Tag manufacturer
– Type display of the NFC tag
– Norm of the tag
– available technologies
– the serial number
– the memory size, as well as the memory already used
– Writability of the tag, as well as a possible write protection

Supported main functions
– Supports all original NXP tags
– UID output
– Standard description
– Lock chipset
– Chipset formatting
– Auto-Paste (Keyboard Simulation)
– Certificate check if it is an original chipset
– Duplicate

NFC Strong zones for NFC implants on popular smartphones

Most manufacturers use different batteries for their smartphone series. It is possible that some NFC antennas that are installed in the batteries are larger or smaller. Here is a small overview to get some orientation. If you can’t get any information from the manufacturer and you can’t read NFC tags on your smartphone, please contact us or use the NFC scanner.




Samsung Galaxy



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