Detecting NFC Tag removal hacking [Powerd with Xposed, Broadcast Intent to Tasker]

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[2014-03-13] back to Nfc.apk mod again( since xposed won't work under KitKat ART mode)
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=51047371&postcount=404


No more hacking, no more mod(nfc mod, still need AnyTag mod), with Xposed(you can download XposedInstaller.apk in that thread), you just need to install a plugin :
[2014-02-10, compatiable with AOKP kitkat 4.4.2]
(I've modified this plugin to support tag removal detecting, so you don't need nfc.apk mod any more)
[2013-10-25 updated, Add Intent broadcast to support "Tasker Intent receiver", pk.qwerty12.nfclockscreenoffenabler.TAG_EVENT, Extras: state=discovered/lost, uid=XXXXXXXX(HEX of tag id), Tasker variables: %state, %uid]
[2013-10-24 updated, Add Intent broadcast to support "Tasker Intent receiver", pk.qwerty12.nfclockscreenoffenabler.TAG_DISCOVERED_XXXX, pk.qwerty12.nfclockscreenoffenabler.TAG_LOST_XXXX(where XXXX is the HEX of specified tag id). Don't need AnyTag anymore, with tasker you can receive Intent when tag discovered or tag lost]
[2013-10-22 updated, Add support for LG G2 (D802 - internationnal version), merged with MohammadAG's code]
[2013-10-09 updated, NOW ALSO compatible with android 4.1 and before. The Apk version is still v1.4 ]
[2013-09-20 updated, add tag presence check timeout setting, this can help for battery saving.]
[2013-09-05 updated, modified by MohammadAG, added taglost sound option]

View attachment NFCLockScreenOffEnabler19.apk
View attachment NFCLockScreenOffEnabler1.9-src.zip

the testing for battery consumption effected by tag presence check timeout setting(GalaxyNexus JB4.3 stock ROM)
timeout stock setting: 125ms
wifi off, put phone on tag all night
begin time: 01:36 battery: 97%
end time : 10:26 battery: 34%
battery consumption per hour: 7.134%

timeout custom setting: 20 seconds
wifi off, put phone on tag all night
begin time: 23:27 battery: 98%
end time : 08:03 battery: 56%
battery consumption per hour: 4.884%

timeout custom setting: 4 seconds
wifi off, put phone on tag all night
begin time: 00:11 battery: 97%
end time : 08:12 battery: 54%
battery consumption per hour: 5.364%


Battery consumption without nfc tag(Galaxy Nexus JB4.3 Stock ROM)
reboot, wifi off, Disable Nfc
begin time 23:56 battery: 98%
end time 07:30 battery: 90%
battery consumption per hour: 1.056%

reboot, wifi off, Nfc on, Disable nfc when screen off
begin time 23:03 battery: 96%
end time 07:30 battery: 86%
battery consumption per hour: 1.182%

reboot, wifi off, Nfc on, Enable nfc when screen off
begin time 23:10 battery: 100%
end time 07:30 battery: 86%
battery consumption per hour: 1.68%



Thanks to rovo89 for his great work - Xposed!
and thanks to Neuer_User for his suggestion.
The code of the plugin module NFCLockscreenoffEnabler.apk is based on the Xposed mod of NFC lock screen: https://github.com/qwerty12/NFCLockscreenoffEnabler/, thanks to the author of it.

1. install Xposed
2. install NFCLockScreenOffEnabler
3. Checked NFCLockScreenOffEnabler in Xposed
4. set options you want.
5. reboot
5. still need AnyTag mod version, or you can install new version of ReTag, it supports tag lost message now!!


What this mod can do?

after did this mod, with AnyTag(mod) + tasker + secure settings plugin + secure settings helper, you can:
1. put your phone on the "Bedside tag", your phone turn to silence mod, take the phone off the tag, your phone auto turn off silence mod
2. put your phone on the "CarDock tag", your phone auto unlock, turn to CarHome mode, run some special apps, take the phone off the tag, your phone auto kill some special apps, exit carhome mode, lock screen ...
3. Other things you can image....

How to receive tag discovered Intent with Tasker?
Tasker->profiles->add->Event->System->Intent Received->Action=pk.qwerty12.nfclockscreenoffenabler.TAG_DISCOVERED_XXXXXXXX
where XXXXXXXX = HEX string of your tag id, like: 00AABBCC

How to receive tag lost Intent with Tasker?
Tasker->profiles->add->Event->System->Intent Received->Action=pk.qwerty12.nfclockscreenoffenabler.TAG_LOST_XXXXXXXX
where XXXXXXXX = HEX string of your tag id, like: 00AABBCC

How to use tasker to auto unlock your phone and run some apps?

tasker + secure settings plugin + secure settings helper
Create task, add actions:
1. Secure Settings, Screen & Keyboard Lights On 5 seconds
2. Wait 60ms
3. Secure Settins, Keyguard Enabled
4. Wait 100ms
5. Secure Settings, Keyguard Disabled/BG
6. run apps ....
7. do things you want ...
8. Secure Settings, Screen & Keyboard Light On 10 Seconds
...
..

How to do that
1. Download the mod AnyTag.apk from attachments. Install it.
2. Download the mod Nfc.apk (device dependence) from attachments, copy it to /system/app/Nfc.apk, reboot


download modified anytag.apk: View attachment AnyTAG1.2.6-mod.apk


=====================obsolete =============================

#download modified Nfc.apk:
#AOKP ROMs
#Galaxy Nexus 4.1.2 AOKP: View attachment 1700757
#Galaxy Nexus 4.2.1 AOKP: View attachment 1767293
#Galaxy Nexus 4.2.2 AOKP: View attachment Nfc4.2.2-mod.apk
#
#InsertCoin
#HOX InsertCoinV17 4.1.1(not test): View attachment Nfc-HOX-InsertCoinV17-4.1.1.apk
#
#Stock ROMs
#Galaxy Nexus 4.2.1 (thanks for LoveNFC): View attachment Nfc-mod-combine-GN4.2.1.apk
#Galaxy Nexus 4.2.1 Tag lost with no sound: View attachment 1781195
#Galaxy Nexus 4.2.2 : View attachment Nfc-GN-stock422-combine-mod.apk
#Google Nexus4 4.2.2 (thanks for LoveNFC): View attachment NfcNci-mod-combine-N4-4.2.2.apk
#Google Nexus4 4.2.2 Tag lost with no sound: View attachment 1781196
#Galaxy Note2 N719 4.1.1 : View attachment Nfc-Note2-4.1.1(N719).apk
#Galaxy Note2 N7100 4.1.2 : View attachment 1783180
#Galaxy Note2 Sprint 4.1.2 : View attachment Nfc-Sprint-note2-4.1.2-mod.apk
#Galaxy Note2 LTE(N7105 XXDMB2) 4.1.2 : View attachment Nfc-Note2LTE-N7105XXDMB2-4.1.2-mod.apk
#Galaxy S3 i747 4.1.1 (thanks for klau1): View attachment Nfc-mod-combine.apk
#Galaxy S3 4.1.2 (tested by fruitloopy) : View attachment Nfc-GS3-4.1.2-mod.apk
#
#Others
#4.1.2-N7100UBDMB1-CRISKELO-v14--->same as----
#---->AmnoSferum_9.0.1_Mescaline_XXDMD2: View attachment Nfc-N7100UBDMB1-CRISKELO-v14-mod.apk
#Nexus4 PurityV5.5: View attachment NfcNci-mod-ScreenOn-Signed.apk
#
#3. Download tasker, Secure settings plugin for tasker, Secure Settings Helper
#
#Video demo
#

#

"Bedside Tag": http://youtu.be/_c9Lo-jwErg
galaxy note2(china telecom N719): http://youtu.be/UlbxGoGjysI
TouchStone& "Carmode Tag": http://youtu.be/zeJZ_Cy7_mM
ES Ftp Tag with PC react: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1oN2vmHwtY

Mod Details:

1. mod nfc.apk(mod android source code and rebuild), when tag lost, broadcast intent with action "android.nfc.action.TAG_LOST"

Screenshot_2013-02-01-17-21-36.jpg


2. mod AnyTag NFC Launcher apk, play a trick with TagId, when intent action is "TAG_LOST", Tagid=Tagid + "_TAG_LOST", otherwise, Tagid = Tagid + "_TAG_DISCOVERED"


=====================obsolete =============================
apk mod --------------------Step by Step(Note2, Windows)---------------------------------

1. tools needed
baksmali and smali
apktool (1.5.1)
WinRAR
2. copy /system/framework from phone to PC folder like D:\qlg\Dev\android\note2(N719)\framework\
3. copy /system/app/Nfc.apk, Nfc.odex to d:\temp\mod\
4. cmd box, cd d:\temp\mod\
5. java -jar D:\tools\android\baksmali1.4.1\baksmali-1.4.1.jar -d D:\qlg\Dev\android\note2(N719)\framework -x -b Nfc.odex
this will decompile Nfc.odex to d:\temp\mod\out\
6. d:\tools\android\apktool\apktool1.5.1\apktool.bat d -f --frame-path D:\qlg\Dev\android\note2(N719)\framework Nfc.apk
this will decompile Nfc.apk to d:\temp\mod\Nfc\
7. copy taglost.ogg to d:\temp\mod\Nfc\res\raw\
8. edit d:\temp\mod\Nfc\res\values\public.xml add
<public type="raw" name="taglost" id="0x7f040006" />
9. cd d:\tools\android\apktool\apktool1.5.1\
apktool.bat b d:\temp\mod\Nfc\ d:\temp\mod\Nfc-mod.apk
10. modify smali files in path d:\temp\mod\out\
files need to modify:
NativeNfcManager.smali
NativeNfcTag$PresenceCheckWatchdog.smali
NativeNfcTag.smali
DeviceHost$DeviceHostListener.smali
DeviceHost$TagEndpoint.smali
DeviceHost.smali
NfcDispatcher$DispatchInfo.smali
NfcDispatcher.smali
NfcService$NfcServiceHandler.smali
NfcService.smali
R$raw.smali

you can use BeyondCompare to help you do the modification.
This is the original smali files and modified smali files of N7100 v4.1.2, compare it with your Nfc smali files, and you will know which place need to modify.
View attachment note2(N7100)-smali.rar
be aware with lines contain something like "access$xxxx", make sure the number xxx matching your actual number.

11. cd d:\temp\mod
12. java -jar D:\tools\android\baksmali1.4.1\smali-1.4.1.jar -o classes.dex out
this will compile smali files in d:\temp\mod\out , and generate d:\temp\mod\classes.dex
13. rename stock apk, d:\temp\mod\Nfc.apk--> Nfc.apk.zip,open it with WinRAR,
rename d:\temp\mod\Nfc-mod.apk -->Nfc-mod.apk.zip,open it with WinRAR
14. drag resources.arsc and res\raw\taglost.ogg from Nfc-mod.apk.zip into Nfc.apk.zip, drag d:\temp\mod\classes.dex into Nfc.apk.zip, when WinRAR popup the options window, choose the compression mode as Store
15、rename Nfc.apk.zip to Nfc.apk, copy it to your phone /system/app, delete /system/app/Nfc.odex, change Nfc.apk permission rw-r--r--
16、reboot


OK, as Orphee said, we should not abandon old things, maybe they would be useful when it's the time you need them.
Here, I've found another way to mod nfc.apk, we touch less files this time - only 4 files:
NativeNfcTag$PresenceCheckWatchdog.smali
NativeNfcTag.smali
DeviceHost$TagEndpoint.smali
NfcService$NfcServiceHandler.smali
Details : View attachment Nfc-taglost-mod-doc.rar
 
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ascsa

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I've mod NFC.APK source code of AOKP, and successfully let's NFC ReTag perform the second cycle activity when the tag removed away. Now, my phone can auto turn to silent ringer mode when put on the Bedside tag, and auto turn to normal ringer mode when take away from the tag.
....

Impressive work!

Could not test it by myself so far, because I´m a little bit busy with other stuff , but had a look at your code, and I think it should work pretty good for your use case!

Not sure if it will work for everyone, because if I got it right, the dispatchTagEndpoint part will start a new dispatching process, and therefore a normal swipe/ tap of the tag (I think most people will swipe their tags) will give you 2 dispatching events ....--> some people/ apps will get confused ... .... However with NFC Retag you could add for example an empty cycle to catch this second event and handle this way your "swipe" tags and your "stationary" tags ...

I´m also not sure, If the broadcom nfc stack will handle this similar ...I only had a quick look at the nxp.NativeNfcManager ....but again: Impressive work!

EDIT: OK, several month later ....it´s implemented within NFC ReTag version 2.6.....;)
 
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Impressive work!

Could not test it by myself so far, because I´m a little bit busy with other stuff , but had a look at your code, and I think it should work pretty good for your use case!

....


It will be nice if you add support of action "android.nfc.action.TAG_LOST" to ReTAG, and I'll try to mod NFC.apk to broadcast that action when tag removed.
 

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It will be nice if you add support of action "android.nfc.action.TAG_LOST" to ReTAG, and I'll try to mod NFC.apk to broadcast that action when tag removed.

yep, had a similar idea ... not sure if I could add it within the next update and I have to think about it, how to handle it (e.g. via a special cycle), but this should be possible.
 

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yep, had a similar idea ... not sure if I could add it within the next update and I have to think about it, how to handle it (e.g. via a special cycle), but this should be possible.

I've done this and it worked perfectly with modded "AnyTag NFC" apk.
I play a trick with tagid, if intent action is "TAG_LOST" then let tagid = tagid + "_TAG_LOST" else tagid = tagid + "_TAG_DISCOVERED".
 

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Please try this one:

NFC.APK from ROM: [root66_BMC_I747MVLDLK4]

Thank you! You are very helpful!

EDIT:
edited to add the odex file
 

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Sorry about that.

Here it is: Attached with this post.

Sorry, still missing some files.

I've tried to use files of Note2 framework, there's no framework_ext.odex in Note2 framework files list.
I really don't know what files needing, so I have to try it one by one. Please upload the following file:

/system/framework/framework_ext.odex
 

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Sorry, still missing some files.

I've tried to use files of Note2 framework, there's no framework_ext.odex in Note2 framework files list.
I really don't know what files needing, so I have to try it one by one. Please upload the following file:

/system/framework/framework_ext.odex

No worries, I appreciate your effort :good:

Here is the framework and NFC files: Attached with this Post

Here is the rooted Rom: root66_BMC_I747MVLDLK4.7z

There are also:
framework2.jar
framework2.odex
framework-res.apk

^those were not included with in the ZIP file. Let me know if you need them too.
 
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No worries, I appreciate your effort :good:

Here is the framework and NFC files: Attached with this Post

Here is the rooted Rom: root66_BMC_I747MVLDLK4.7z

There are also:
framework2.jar
framework2.odex
framework-res.apk

^those were not included with in the ZIP file. Let me know if you need them too.

try it and tell me the result:

1. download attachment, rename it to Nfc.apk
2. bakcup your files: /system/app/Nfc.apk, Nfc.odex
3. delete /system/app/Nfc.odex
4. Copy attatchment file(named it Nfc.apk) to /system/app
5. reboot

View attachment Nfc-mod-combine.apk
 
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Re: Detecting NFC Tag removal hacking [add video demo & apk !!!]

The result is great! It works very well. I downloaded your modded anynfc too.

Do you have a paypal account to donate to? Not much to give but maybe enough for a beer:D

Sent from my SGH-I747M using Tapatalk 2
 

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Re: Detecting NFC Tag removal hacking [add video demo & apk !!!]

There is only one problem.

The NFC doesn't function on screen off or lock screen.

For reference, This one (attached) from LK3 rom has the modded code for working in Screen Off and Lock Screen. Perhaps it will work if the code can be copied over to the LK4 NFC.APK you modded?
 

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There is only one problem.

The NFC doesn't function on screen off or lock screen.

For reference, This one (attached) from LK3 rom has the modded code for working in Screen Off and Lock Screen. Perhaps it will work if the code can be copied over to the LK4 NFC.APK you modded?

Well, I missed a constant value in the code, this one maybe ok, try it again:
View attachment Nfc-mod-combine.apk
 
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Re: Detecting NFC Tag removal hacking [add video demo & apk !!!]

Yep it works! Awesome!:thumbup: let me know about that PayPal donation email anytime:D :beer:

I hope there is a way to universalize this so many phones can work.

Perhaps something like Xposed Framework can work. It modifies method calls of APKs at runtime.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1574401

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Re: Detecting NFC Tag removal hacking [add video demo & apk !!!]

Read the previous post about framework files I sent

Sent from my SGH-I747M using Tapatalk 2
 

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There's no framework-ext file in the Nexus devices, so I've attached Framework.odex and its related files, as well as ext.odex and its related files.

The Nexus 4 unsurprisingly is a bit different. It has NFCNci.apk/.odex instead of just NFC.apk.

Hopefully the modification will still be possible, but I won't be surprised if it's not.

By the way, these files are taken from a stock Galaxy Nexus on 4.2.1, and a stock Nexus 4 on 4.2.2.

The files wouldn't attach, so here they are:

http://speedy.sh/dwPu9/Galaxy-Nexus-NFC.zip

http://speedy.sh/E46QA/Nexus-4-NFC.zip

Thanks!
 

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    [2014-03-13] back to Nfc.apk mod again( since xposed won't work under KitKat ART mode)
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=51047371&postcount=404


    No more hacking, no more mod(nfc mod, still need AnyTag mod), with Xposed(you can download XposedInstaller.apk in that thread), you just need to install a plugin :
    [2014-02-10, compatiable with AOKP kitkat 4.4.2]
    (I've modified this plugin to support tag removal detecting, so you don't need nfc.apk mod any more)
    [2013-10-25 updated, Add Intent broadcast to support "Tasker Intent receiver", pk.qwerty12.nfclockscreenoffenabler.TAG_EVENT, Extras: state=discovered/lost, uid=XXXXXXXX(HEX of tag id), Tasker variables: %state, %uid]
    [2013-10-24 updated, Add Intent broadcast to support "Tasker Intent receiver", pk.qwerty12.nfclockscreenoffenabler.TAG_DISCOVERED_XXXX, pk.qwerty12.nfclockscreenoffenabler.TAG_LOST_XXXX(where XXXX is the HEX of specified tag id). Don't need AnyTag anymore, with tasker you can receive Intent when tag discovered or tag lost]
    [2013-10-22 updated, Add support for LG G2 (D802 - internationnal version), merged with MohammadAG's code]
    [2013-10-09 updated, NOW ALSO compatible with android 4.1 and before. The Apk version is still v1.4 ]
    [2013-09-20 updated, add tag presence check timeout setting, this can help for battery saving.]
    [2013-09-05 updated, modified by MohammadAG, added taglost sound option]

    View attachment NFCLockScreenOffEnabler19.apk
    View attachment NFCLockScreenOffEnabler1.9-src.zip

    the testing for battery consumption effected by tag presence check timeout setting(GalaxyNexus JB4.3 stock ROM)
    timeout stock setting: 125ms
    wifi off, put phone on tag all night
    begin time: 01:36 battery: 97%
    end time : 10:26 battery: 34%
    battery consumption per hour: 7.134%

    timeout custom setting: 20 seconds
    wifi off, put phone on tag all night
    begin time: 23:27 battery: 98%
    end time : 08:03 battery: 56%
    battery consumption per hour: 4.884%

    timeout custom setting: 4 seconds
    wifi off, put phone on tag all night
    begin time: 00:11 battery: 97%
    end time : 08:12 battery: 54%
    battery consumption per hour: 5.364%


    Battery consumption without nfc tag(Galaxy Nexus JB4.3 Stock ROM)
    reboot, wifi off, Disable Nfc
    begin time 23:56 battery: 98%
    end time 07:30 battery: 90%
    battery consumption per hour: 1.056%

    reboot, wifi off, Nfc on, Disable nfc when screen off
    begin time 23:03 battery: 96%
    end time 07:30 battery: 86%
    battery consumption per hour: 1.182%

    reboot, wifi off, Nfc on, Enable nfc when screen off
    begin time 23:10 battery: 100%
    end time 07:30 battery: 86%
    battery consumption per hour: 1.68%



    Thanks to rovo89 for his great work - Xposed!
    and thanks to Neuer_User for his suggestion.
    The code of the plugin module NFCLockscreenoffEnabler.apk is based on the Xposed mod of NFC lock screen: https://github.com/qwerty12/NFCLockscreenoffEnabler/, thanks to the author of it.

    1. install Xposed
    2. install NFCLockScreenOffEnabler
    3. Checked NFCLockScreenOffEnabler in Xposed
    4. set options you want.
    5. reboot
    5. still need AnyTag mod version, or you can install new version of ReTag, it supports tag lost message now!!


    What this mod can do?

    after did this mod, with AnyTag(mod) + tasker + secure settings plugin + secure settings helper, you can:
    1. put your phone on the "Bedside tag", your phone turn to silence mod, take the phone off the tag, your phone auto turn off silence mod
    2. put your phone on the "CarDock tag", your phone auto unlock, turn to CarHome mode, run some special apps, take the phone off the tag, your phone auto kill some special apps, exit carhome mode, lock screen ...
    3. Other things you can image....

    How to receive tag discovered Intent with Tasker?
    Tasker->profiles->add->Event->System->Intent Received->Action=pk.qwerty12.nfclockscreenoffenabler.TAG_DISCOVERED_XXXXXXXX
    where XXXXXXXX = HEX string of your tag id, like: 00AABBCC

    How to receive tag lost Intent with Tasker?
    Tasker->profiles->add->Event->System->Intent Received->Action=pk.qwerty12.nfclockscreenoffenabler.TAG_LOST_XXXXXXXX
    where XXXXXXXX = HEX string of your tag id, like: 00AABBCC

    How to use tasker to auto unlock your phone and run some apps?

    tasker + secure settings plugin + secure settings helper
    Create task, add actions:
    1. Secure Settings, Screen & Keyboard Lights On 5 seconds
    2. Wait 60ms
    3. Secure Settins, Keyguard Enabled
    4. Wait 100ms
    5. Secure Settings, Keyguard Disabled/BG
    6. run apps ....
    7. do things you want ...
    8. Secure Settings, Screen & Keyboard Light On 10 Seconds
    ...
    ..

    How to do that
    1. Download the mod AnyTag.apk from attachments. Install it.
    2. Download the mod Nfc.apk (device dependence) from attachments, copy it to /system/app/Nfc.apk, reboot


    download modified anytag.apk: View attachment AnyTAG1.2.6-mod.apk


    =====================obsolete =============================

    #download modified Nfc.apk:
    #AOKP ROMs
    #Galaxy Nexus 4.1.2 AOKP: View attachment 1700757
    #Galaxy Nexus 4.2.1 AOKP: View attachment 1767293
    #Galaxy Nexus 4.2.2 AOKP: View attachment Nfc4.2.2-mod.apk
    #
    #InsertCoin
    #HOX InsertCoinV17 4.1.1(not test): View attachment Nfc-HOX-InsertCoinV17-4.1.1.apk
    #
    #Stock ROMs
    #Galaxy Nexus 4.2.1 (thanks for LoveNFC): View attachment Nfc-mod-combine-GN4.2.1.apk
    #Galaxy Nexus 4.2.1 Tag lost with no sound: View attachment 1781195
    #Galaxy Nexus 4.2.2 : View attachment Nfc-GN-stock422-combine-mod.apk
    #Google Nexus4 4.2.2 (thanks for LoveNFC): View attachment NfcNci-mod-combine-N4-4.2.2.apk
    #Google Nexus4 4.2.2 Tag lost with no sound: View attachment 1781196
    #Galaxy Note2 N719 4.1.1 : View attachment Nfc-Note2-4.1.1(N719).apk
    #Galaxy Note2 N7100 4.1.2 : View attachment 1783180
    #Galaxy Note2 Sprint 4.1.2 : View attachment Nfc-Sprint-note2-4.1.2-mod.apk
    #Galaxy Note2 LTE(N7105 XXDMB2) 4.1.2 : View attachment Nfc-Note2LTE-N7105XXDMB2-4.1.2-mod.apk
    #Galaxy S3 i747 4.1.1 (thanks for klau1): View attachment Nfc-mod-combine.apk
    #Galaxy S3 4.1.2 (tested by fruitloopy) : View attachment Nfc-GS3-4.1.2-mod.apk
    #
    #Others
    #4.1.2-N7100UBDMB1-CRISKELO-v14--->same as----
    #---->AmnoSferum_9.0.1_Mescaline_XXDMD2: View attachment Nfc-N7100UBDMB1-CRISKELO-v14-mod.apk
    #Nexus4 PurityV5.5: View attachment NfcNci-mod-ScreenOn-Signed.apk
    #
    #3. Download tasker, Secure settings plugin for tasker, Secure Settings Helper
    #
    #Video demo
    #

    #

    "Bedside Tag": http://youtu.be/_c9Lo-jwErg
    galaxy note2(china telecom N719): http://youtu.be/UlbxGoGjysI
    TouchStone& "Carmode Tag": http://youtu.be/zeJZ_Cy7_mM
    ES Ftp Tag with PC react: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1oN2vmHwtY

    Mod Details:

    1. mod nfc.apk(mod android source code and rebuild), when tag lost, broadcast intent with action "android.nfc.action.TAG_LOST"

    Screenshot_2013-02-01-17-21-36.jpg


    2. mod AnyTag NFC Launcher apk, play a trick with TagId, when intent action is "TAG_LOST", Tagid=Tagid + "_TAG_LOST", otherwise, Tagid = Tagid + "_TAG_DISCOVERED"


    =====================obsolete =============================
    apk mod --------------------Step by Step(Note2, Windows)---------------------------------

    1. tools needed
    baksmali and smali
    apktool (1.5.1)
    WinRAR
    2. copy /system/framework from phone to PC folder like D:\qlg\Dev\android\note2(N719)\framework\
    3. copy /system/app/Nfc.apk, Nfc.odex to d:\temp\mod\
    4. cmd box, cd d:\temp\mod\
    5. java -jar D:\tools\android\baksmali1.4.1\baksmali-1.4.1.jar -d D:\qlg\Dev\android\note2(N719)\framework -x -b Nfc.odex
    this will decompile Nfc.odex to d:\temp\mod\out\
    6. d:\tools\android\apktool\apktool1.5.1\apktool.bat d -f --frame-path D:\qlg\Dev\android\note2(N719)\framework Nfc.apk
    this will decompile Nfc.apk to d:\temp\mod\Nfc\
    7. copy taglost.ogg to d:\temp\mod\Nfc\res\raw\
    8. edit d:\temp\mod\Nfc\res\values\public.xml add
    <public type="raw" name="taglost" id="0x7f040006" />
    9. cd d:\tools\android\apktool\apktool1.5.1\
    apktool.bat b d:\temp\mod\Nfc\ d:\temp\mod\Nfc-mod.apk
    10. modify smali files in path d:\temp\mod\out\
    files need to modify:
    NativeNfcManager.smali
    NativeNfcTag$PresenceCheckWatchdog.smali
    NativeNfcTag.smali
    DeviceHost$DeviceHostListener.smali
    DeviceHost$TagEndpoint.smali
    DeviceHost.smali
    NfcDispatcher$DispatchInfo.smali
    NfcDispatcher.smali
    NfcService$NfcServiceHandler.smali
    NfcService.smali
    R$raw.smali

    you can use BeyondCompare to help you do the modification.
    This is the original smali files and modified smali files of N7100 v4.1.2, compare it with your Nfc smali files, and you will know which place need to modify.
    View attachment note2(N7100)-smali.rar
    be aware with lines contain something like "access$xxxx", make sure the number xxx matching your actual number.

    11. cd d:\temp\mod
    12. java -jar D:\tools\android\baksmali1.4.1\smali-1.4.1.jar -o classes.dex out
    this will compile smali files in d:\temp\mod\out , and generate d:\temp\mod\classes.dex
    13. rename stock apk, d:\temp\mod\Nfc.apk--> Nfc.apk.zip,open it with WinRAR,
    rename d:\temp\mod\Nfc-mod.apk -->Nfc-mod.apk.zip,open it with WinRAR
    14. drag resources.arsc and res\raw\taglost.ogg from Nfc-mod.apk.zip into Nfc.apk.zip, drag d:\temp\mod\classes.dex into Nfc.apk.zip, when WinRAR popup the options window, choose the compression mode as Store
    15、rename Nfc.apk.zip to Nfc.apk, copy it to your phone /system/app, delete /system/app/Nfc.odex, change Nfc.apk permission rw-r--r--
    16、reboot


    OK, as Orphee said, we should not abandon old things, maybe they would be useful when it's the time you need them.
    Here, I've found another way to mod nfc.apk, we touch less files this time - only 4 files:
    NativeNfcTag$PresenceCheckWatchdog.smali
    NativeNfcTag.smali
    DeviceHost$TagEndpoint.smali
    NfcService$NfcServiceHandler.smali
    Details : View attachment Nfc-taglost-mod-doc.rar
    2
    I'm a bit stucked here too.
    First ID TAG is longer than the op, and rather looks like AABBCCDDEEFFGG. It can be easily found when adding the tag in "autorized" list

    Applying tag on my phone, enable screen when locked ... I guessed it's the general purpose/behavior and module is correctly installed


    But intents doesn't seem to work : "discovered" and "lost" ones doesn't launch the basic tasks created (toast notification only for debug)
    I didn't match any revelent information within logcat, even so I enabled the debug option.
    Checked the intent spellcheck... I may be blind.

    Anyone got a working tasker export I can adapt ?

    you're probably using the wrong intents, see http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=47213074&postcount=351
    2
    I'm using this with Tasker:
    Intent Received, Action=android.nfc.action.TAG_CHANGED
    Variable Set: %NFCTAGID to %tag_uuid if %tag_present ~ true
    Variable Clear: %NFCTAGID if %tag_present ~ false

    And then in my tasks I just listen for %NFCTAGID set/cleared
    2
    Hello Mohammad,

    i hope this log is better? :)

    Code:
    10-04 18:05:38.017: W/System.err(1143): java.lang.NullPointerException
    10-04 18:05:38.017: W/System.err(1143): at pk.qwerty12.nfclockscreenoffenabler.NFCLockScreenOffEnabler$PresenceCheckWatchdogRunHook.afterHookedMethod(NFCLockScreenOffEnabler.java:146)
    10-04 18:05:38.017: W/System.err(1143): at de.robv.android.xposed.XposedBridge.handleHookedMethod(XposedBridge.java:483)
    10-04 18:05:38.017: W/System.err(1143): at com.android.nfc.nxp.NativeNfcTag$PresenceCheckWatchdog.run(Native Method)

    greets,
    marcel

    The log is better, but I can't make out which line the bug's at, are you running the latest APK?

    @madfish73 in addition to presence checking, I've added NFC unlocking to the mod for 4.2+ devices, ala Moto X's $20 Skip. The APK is available here, <Link removed, future fork will be available> with the source on my github as usual.

    Also, I think the OP needs a rewrite, it's a bit untidy (no centralized changelog, etc).

    Explanation on the unlock feature:
    The unlocking is done by hooking into the Android keyguard features, when a correct NFC tag is detected, a correct code is simulated and the device is unlocked.
    Due to technical limitations in Xposed, I have to use an intent to unlock the device.
    The intent is "pk.qwerty12.nfclockscreenoffenabler.UNLOCK_DEVICE"

    Leaving the implementation as described above leaves any devices vulnerable to attack, as anyone that knows the APK is installed can use adb shell, or even an app, to bypass the lockscreen.
    A day or two of thinking, I decided to overcome this by intercepting the sendBroadcast() method. Any app that decides to use the intent except the Nfc.apk package, will be denied and a notification posted to the user, if you get this notification, then some app tried to use the intent and was caught.
    Therefore, this mod is very secure. You may skim over the source code if you have any doubts.

    Screenshot for reference:
    hGw3Vzul.png


    And here's a failed attempt using adb:
    Code:
    [email protected]:~$ adb shell am broadcast -a pk.qwerty12.nfclockscreenoffenabler.UNLOCK_DEVICE
    Broadcasting: Intent { act=pk.qwerty12.nfclockscreenoffenabler.UNLOCK_ATTEMPT_INTERCEPTED }
    Broadcast completed: result=0
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