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FYI , I rebuilt nfcinteractor from sources it is in shared repo but I have no NFC hw to test it can you w/ your n9 ?
 
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Originally Posted by www.rzr.online.fr View Post
I am Looking for Cool usages of Nfc ... can you suggest some ? I am thinking about social applications , but I fear something I not understand Is not trustworthy ... what do you think of it ?

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I don't know about cool or social, but how about allowing nfc to be a trusted key on a linux PC.

Like this:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1...nagers-gdm-kdm

but maybe also so that when you need to enter your password for a sudo command you just scan your device/tag onto the PC's usb reader.
 
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Originally Posted by www.rzr.online.fr View Post
I am Looking for Cool usages of Nfc ... can you suggest some ? I am thinking about social applications , but I fear something I not understand Is not trustworthy ... what do you think of it ?

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check my nfckeyring app at the nokia store its one thing you can use NFC for
 

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Originally Posted by pycage View Post
I think the way N9 is sharing files via NFC/Bluetooth is a standard.
But this standard is not supported by Android as they invented their own proprietary way of sharing files with NFC.
here we go again. Companys that dont following open standard should be banned

Btw. for those who didnt know. You can also try unlock Angrybirds using some RFID based bus cards, access keys etc...

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Originally Posted by mrsellout View Post
I don't know about cool or social, but how about allowing nfc to be a trusted key on a linux PC.

Like this:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1...nagers-gdm-kdm

but maybe also so that when you need to enter your password for a sudo command you just scan your device/tag onto the PC's usb reader.
Good idea something I also has thinked about. Problem is there need to be a daemon(on PC) in the background that listen for TCP,BT conection from N9. And when N9 read the RFID it forward the information to the deamon. encrypted in some way ofcourse.

So Maybe its better to replace standard login kdm/xdm with a new tcpdaemon.

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I tried sending a file from my N9 to a BB9900 via NFC. It didn't work.
 
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I used metro cards NFC... it works but diferent cards per level unlocks is required
 
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