NFC stands for Near Field Communication and allows NFC-equipped owners to exchange data by contact (or near contact) of their phones. In Android, we can use NFC through Beam. Using Beam, users can exchange a small amount of data, such as web bookmarks, contact info, directions, YouTube videos links, and so on. NFC is more convenient than other wireless technologies, such as Bluetooth or Wi-Fi for quickly sending data as no pairing or authentication is required.
The minimum SDK version to use NFC is level 10.
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Beam_Project. To test this recipe, you'll need to deploy your application on two different NFC-enabled phones, as the emulator doesn't support NFC. Also, we will need to ...