iOS: Write and edit an NFC Display


iOS: Write and edit an NFC Display

In this article we will explain how to describe and edit an NFC display with the iOS smartphone. With the app provided for this purpose, it is possible to change the content at any time and customize it as desired. 

To write on the NFC display with the smartphone, the free app NFC E-Tag is required, which can be downloaded for free from the App Store.

Following we show exemplarily how the contentof the display can be replaced by a new image.

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Time (est.)

5 Minutes

First step: Select the size of the display type

To edit an NFC display, we first select the size of the display. The supported sizes are displayed after launching the app.

First step: Select the size of the display type

Insert existing image

Photos from the smartphone's media library can be inserted on the display by tapping Picture int the lower tab. These can still be customized depending on the format.

Insert existing image

Edit file before transfer

After selecting the desired file, we can make adjustments to the contrast and brightness using the Adjust option in the lower tab.

Edit file before transfer

Transfer content form app to display

To start the scan for the transfer, we tap on one of the two selection options that is to be shown on the display. We hold the smartphone centrally over the NFC Display until the transfer is successfully.

Important: Do not move the smartphone during the transfer, otherwise the process is aborted and has to be repeated.

  • 1. Transfer content form app to display
  • 2. Transfer content form app to display
  • 3. Transfer content form app to display

In this article we have explained how NFC displays can be written an edited. Due the changeable display, textes and photos can be inserted at any time and be customized in the intended app.

Associated operating systems

iOS

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