In V4.19.0, the majority of Android users can try out the pilot feature - NFC
Generally, NFC is extensively used and known as one of the payment methods. However, in this pilot feature, NFC mainly works with tags and plays the role of the trigger.
You can add NFC as a condition when creating a scene, and set one or several devices as actions. Let’s configure some scenes like when tapping an NFC tag with your phone, your room will light up in seconds.
One more thing that can make it more useful especially in a smart home is, sharing the NFC scenes with your family members. After sharing your home with other people, the customized NFC scenes will be shared out too.
Use your imagination and see how NFC feature can come in handy in any conrner of your home.
Q : What types of NFC tags can support this function?
A: We suggest the tag memory is over 200 bytes.
Q: Why does my Android eWeLink app hasn’t featured this function? When NFC function will be available on iPhone?
A: If your phone hasn’t a built-in NFC chip, the app won’t give the NFC button from Profile - Pilot Features. For iPhone users who are waiting for this function, we are sorry that we are still waiting for Apple to allow the 3P apps to access NFC chips.
Q : Why does it say “Failed to write, please try again!”?
A: When it starts the writing process, please make sure to keep your phone close and still to the tag. If the tag has been programmed before, please use an NFC tool to clean the existed program in the tag first, and then try again.