Yeah, I actually include tectile intent-filter into AnyTAG. it seems like doesn't help too. give me some time to figure out.
This is what i include into AnyTAG manifest:
:good::good::good:I appreciate the help. Sadly, I'm working on some other Android projects at the moment and haven't had time to explore much having to do with NFC. Eventually I'll get around to writing my own code to try and figure it out. Interestingly, my idea of using some ID value to identify actions seems to be the exact method that AnyTAG is using.
Noted this issue, thanks for report.Not sure if already reported, but it fails to launch some apps using the Intents -> Launch App/Launch Activity action: when the app is already in memory (available from the recent used apps screen), a countdown dialog is shown with the title of the app/activity. If the app is removed from the currently running screen (from memory), then the app launched correctly on the foreground (=displayed after launch).
Are you using "intent.setFlags(Intent.FLAG_ACTIVITY_REORDER_TO_FRONT);" to launch the intent?
I'm using a GN with the latest stock JB (rooted).
I'm wondering this as well. It would be perfect if scanning the tag would just run the task without the popup dialog.Coming from NFC ReTag Pro; really enjoying the GUI of this app better.
However, I have the same problem with AnyTag that I had with NFC ReTag: when I touch a blank NFC tag with my Note II, I get a dialog asking me to "Choose an Action: AnyTag NFC Launcher or New Tag Collected."
Is there any way to default to AnyTag? I hate to have to touch an NFC tag and THEN tap the option I want.
(NFC ReTag actually has an option to write some small amount of data to the tag to get the phone to default to it, but for some reason, it is not correctly running my predefined Tasker task. AnyTag runs the task correctly, but isn't the default app for NFC. Argh!).
Try looking in the 'xposed framework' modsHow do I get a modified NFC service? Must I flash custom ROM, or can I keep the stock ROM and replace only the default NFC service?
Btw, I am on a Galaxy i9500