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[MOD][Xposed] Disable "New tag detected" for empty NFC tags

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8th October 2013, 01:04 AM   |  #1  
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The "New tag detected" message shows when an NFC tag is scanned that's either empty or contains some plain text.

This module disables that message if the tag is empty. This is useful if you want to have an empty tag that'll automate something with Llama or AnyTAG, or to unlock your device using NFC (module coming soon for 4.2+ devices).

Compatibility:
Any device with NFC and 4.1+

Source:
The mod is open source: https://github.com/MohammadAG/Xposed...-NFC-Tag-Empty

Download from Xposed Repository:
http://repo.xposed.info/module/com.m...blenfctagempty

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12th October 2013, 08:03 PM   |  #2  
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Requires Xposed Framework!

The "New tag detected" message shows when an NFC tag is scanned that's either empty or contains some plain text.

This module disables that message if the tag is empty. This is useful if you want to have an empty tag that'll automate something with Llama or AnyTAG, or to unlock your device using NFC (module coming soon for 4.2+ devices).

Compatibility:
Any device with NFC and 4.1

Source:
The mod is open source: https://github.com/MohammadAG/Xposed...-NFC-Tag-Empty

Download from Xposed Repository:
http://dl-count.xposed.info/modules/..._v1_3263ac.apk

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If you found this mod useful, consider donating with PayPal.

I read I need this mod for NFCunlock. But once I apply this mod, how do I get an app to recognize a new tag?
13th October 2013, 09:02 AM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by Mikegrmn

I read I need this mod for NFCunlock. But once I apply this mod, how do I get an app to recognize a new tag?

It doesn't affect that. In fact what this does is simply call finish() for that activity, almost the same as pressing back. Anything deeper than that may not work across all ROMs.

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21st October 2013, 08:50 PM   |  #4  
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Doesn't seem to work on Galaxy Note 3
Using on stock rom on Galaxy Note 3, doesn't seem to work. Tried after erasing a few tags using "NFC Task Launcher" and still getting the message "New tag scanned". Yes I've rooted, installed xposed and the module and rebooted.
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Originally Posted by davideshay

Using on stock rom on Galaxy Note 3, doesn't seem to work. Tried after erasing a few tags using "NFC Task Launcher" and still getting the message "New tag scanned". Yes I've rooted, installed xposed and the module and rebooted.

Can you post a screenshot of what you get?

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25th October 2013, 08:12 AM   |  #6  
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I'm hoping this will get updated to work on 4.3+ soon. Your NFC Unlocking module works great but constantly triggers this screen immediately after unlocking.
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It doesn't work on Note3. And the nfc unlokcer is really cool! If it does work, cooler.hah~
5th November 2013, 02:28 PM   |  #8  
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Originally Posted by nonameduck

I'm hoping this will get updated to work on 4.3+ soon. Your NFC Unlocking module works great but constantly triggers this screen immediately after unlocking.

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Originally Posted by realbaby

It doesn't work on Note3. And the nfc unlokcer is really cool! If it does work, cooler.hah~

This should already work on 4.3. The code hasn't changed since 4.1: http://grepcode.com/file_/repository...f&id2=4.1.1_r1

Can someone post a relevant logcat?
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Any chance of an ICS friendly version or is there some technical reason it won't work with 4.0.1?
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Originally Posted by davideshay

Using on stock rom on Galaxy Note 3, doesn't seem to work. Tried after erasing a few tags using "NFC Task Launcher" and still getting the message "New tag scanned". Yes I've rooted, installed xposed and the module and rebooted.

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Originally Posted by nonameduck

I'm hoping this will get updated to work on 4.3+ soon. Your NFC Unlocking module works great but constantly triggers this screen immediately after unlocking.

Quote:
Originally Posted by realbaby

It doesn't work on Note3. And the nfc unlokcer is really cool! If it does work, cooler.hah~

I updated my Nexus 7 to stock KitKat and figured this out. CyanogenMod didn't suffer from this.
Some builds have a different package name for the viewer. This is fixed in 1.1.

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Originally Posted by BlueMoonRising

Any chance of an ICS friendly version or is there some technical reason it won't work with 4.0.1?

1.1.1 has a lower SDK version, so this should work fine now.
I always set a higher SDK version since I have no ICS devices.

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