Recently, the majority of Android phone manufactures have enabled their products with NFC function, which may be a little strange for many users. Then what is NFC in mobile phone? NFC, the short for “Near Filed Communication”, is a new method to wirelessly share information between two devices within 4 cm. It is widely applied to data transfer, wireless payment, transit ticket and so on. Next, this article will talk about how to use NFC to transfer files in detail.
Before learning about NFC uses, please make sure that your device has NFC. Generally speaking, there are two means to check it. First, you can check for the printed “N” symbol on your device. Some devices print on battery pack and some on backplate. Or you can directly open the “Settings” app and tap on “More” to find the NFC option.
Using NFC to transfer files is a very straightforward process, and remember to activate the NFC function by “Settings” > “More” > “NFC” > “On” first. Once the NFC and Android Beam are switched on, you can share content with NFC following the next steps:
Transferring files with NFC is quite convenient and practical, right? However, it can also fail sometimes. What if the NFC doesn’t work? Don’t worry. You can fix the NFC not working issue by resetting the NFC option, clearing your cache partition or booting your device to safe mode.
If above tips still cut no ice, then you are suggested to transfer your files with a professional third-party phone transfer tool – Jihosoft Phone Transfer, which can help to transfer contacts, call logs, text messages, photos, videos, musics, calendar and more between Android and iOS devices in one click. Therefore, it’s considered as an optimally alternative solution for NFC.