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I was wondering if I would be able to cut out the NFC on my original back door and tape it onto my extended battery back door.

What would be the process for that?
Is that even possible?

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Its just a sticker you can pull off, and put on any back you like

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I just ordered mine. Is the NFC not built into the phone or battery?

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I just ordered mine. Is the NFC not built into the phone or battery?

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The NFC antenna is basically a sticker on the battery door for the Note 2. Some of the 3rd party battery doors dont have the sticker. But they do have the mold where it goes.



So its easy to take the NFC antenna sticker off a battery door, or flip case you dont use anymore, and put it on a new one. Or you can just order the sticker off of eBay, but the shipping is insanely expensive.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/NFC-Chip-Int...-/271146634412

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The NFC antenna is basically a sticker on the battery door for the Note 2. Some of the 3rd party battery doors dont have the sticker. But they do have the mold where it goes.



So its easy to take the NFC antenna sticker off a battery door, or flip case you dont use anymore, and put it on a new one. Or you can just order the sticker off of eBay, but the shipping is insanely expensive.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/NFC-Chip-Int...-/271146634412

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WTF!!!Lol he must kidding. Let me buy the $55 NFC attachment for my $30 case.lol

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Here, that's ridiculous.

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That one is much better

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I just peeled the one off my original back door and put it on my extended battery back door.

Wallet works like a charm.

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