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I found an NFC APP after the KitKat update

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Maybe a next version of Moto G with cdma for US came with NFC!!
 
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The Nexus 5 has NFC, so my assumption is that it's baked into KitKat and they just didn't remove the setting toggle. I don't think it's indicative of anything. ALTHOUGH, it seems like I read somewhere that there is some sort of 'nfc emulation' option included in KitKat...not sure how the hell that works, but perhaps that's its toggle? In either case, I don't think it's indicative of anything insofar as the MotoG is concerned.
 
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The Nexus 5 has NFC, so my assumption is that it's baked into KitKat and they just didn't remove the setting toggle. I don't think it's indicative of anything. ALTHOUGH, it seems like I read somewhere that there is some sort of 'nfc emulation' option included in KitKat...not sure how the hell that works, but perhaps that's its toggle? In either case, I don't think it's indicative of anything insofar as the MotoG is concerned.
Host Card Emulation - requires an NFC controller though.

I'm guessing someone screwed up and added the Tags app to the build even though it won't work.
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ohh i fought maby theres an nfc chip and it has to be enabled like miracast
 
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ohh i fought maby theres an nfc chip and it has to be enabled like miracast
I doubt that, its most likely a QC screw up. NFC is not that expansive, so if they wanted to add it to the Moto G, they would have.
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Strangely there are NFC-related files in the kernel source. I don't know whether they did something silly like include the chip with no antenna (there were numerous rumors Samsung did this on the I9100 in preparation for the I9100P and I777...), or of maybe we have a bunch of Moto X stuff mixed into our kernel source (due to Moto trying to maintain a common baseline)
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