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Phone RFID T70

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I just get tablet from title, this tablet have possibility to read RFID from chips and cards. The problem is, I cant find a way too enable RFID reader in my app. there is a demo app and it's only thing that works with RFID module. As far as I know, there is no native support for RFID in android SDK, so that is the biggest problem. So I wanted too ask if someone have more experience with that tablet and if anyone knows how to enable this RFID module in apps.

-Full tablet name T70 7" rugged tablet

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is it the T70 by china Cruiser (runbo phones) ?
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Yep this is the one
 
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Sorry to say but nothing seems clear with that brand is there really a RFID (if its really NFC: it would solve this) adapter?! (Couldn't find detailed datasheet on the specifics of the adapter used by them)
As you know: Nothing in the sdk, Theres no standardized RFID extension set as that means there is significant duplication among the vendors , but in a ideal world Google would build the needed RFID extensions directly into Android.
I'd suggest you search or post on stackoverflow there are similar questions some are suggesting some plausible things...
But RFID wise your on your pretty much on own with android the only path I see is developing extensions based on common source code if you got skills and time...

Edit: supposedly some manufacturers of RFID adapter ARE providing SDK's for their products maybe there's something's to scavenge from that.

Best of luck keep posting if you got something
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yea there is a very little information about this tablet :/. Thanks for help anyway
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