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[MOD] NFC on AT&T Stock ROM (CWM)

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14th March 2012, 06:43 PM |#21  
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I've got the latest SAUROM and the ATT fix. Would this work on that? Is there any downside to giving it a try?

SAUROM should have it enabled already as it based of Canadian ROM
 
 
14th March 2012, 06:46 PM |#22  
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I've got the latest SAUROM and the ATT fix. Would this work on that? Is there any downside to giving it a try?

It's already enabled in Saurom. Just goto Settings-->Wireless and Network-->NFC near the bottom.
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14th March 2012, 07:40 PM |#23  
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Think this will cause us problems when nfc is legitimately released? And has anyone attempted a device change through build.prop?

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i suggested this in another thread, before i got around to it someone else posted it didnt work
14th March 2012, 10:31 PM |#24  
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i suggested this in another thread, before i got around to it someone else posted it didnt work

If I had to guess, it is a hardware issue since wallet was built specifically for the Nexus S. But, I could be completely wrong.

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15th March 2012, 12:15 AM |#25  
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You need CWM for any flashing. I'm coming from cappy too and tried to keep up here since launch. It seems like the flash counter only goes up with Odin flashes.

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Does this mean that the Note has to be rooted first?
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Might be able to temp root to install CWM. Reference post #18 in this thread for rooting/custom recovery instructions without tripping the flash counter.
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15th March 2012, 07:29 PM |#27  
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Does this mean that the Note has to be rooted first?

You don't have to be rooted to install CWM using ODIN, but it will increase your flash counter.
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i just ordered 10 Ultralight C nfc tags from http://www.tagstand.com/pages/catalog. Have already bought "NFC Task Launcher" from the play store. this should be pretty awesome to use.
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i just ordered 10 Ultralight C nfc tags from http://www.tagstand.com/pages/catalog. Have already bought "NFC Task Launcher" from the play store. this should be pretty awesome to use.

I got the mifire 1k's a few weeks ago and love them. I don't need all of the space on them but it is nice to have it available and not be worried about space. I use the nfc task launcher as well. Turns on BT, turns off wifi, turns on gps, and opens voice talk as soon as I put the phone in my car dock
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Question Are you sure about the chip
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Yup, it's just disabled on the AT&T for some reason. If you take off your battery cover and look at it, the chip is built into the cover itself.

I tested transmission and receiving with a friend's Nexus. It works great.

I thought the contacts on the cover were only for the NFC antenna and the chip itself was in the phone my free best buy case also has the contacts.
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