Using NFC on your android phones

How to use NFC on Android devices

Many smartphones are equipped with NFC, but many do not know how to use it. NFC is a technology that allows wireless communication between phones. Files with NFC Phone numbers; Sending and receiving locations; You can even refer a friend to the app on your phone and even make payments.


NFC stands for Near Field Communication. NFC allows two phones to connect at close range. Can be connected within 4 cm. Two-way communication between two phones. Wifi, You can use it without mobile data.

Does your Android have NFC? How do you know?

Go to your phone’s Settings> Wireless & Networks and see if there is an NFC option. You can tell if it is. Most NFC-enabled phones have an NFC logo on the back.

Enabling NFC

To connect two phones with NFC, you need to enable NFC and Android Beam in the settings of both phones. Then just open the photo or file you want to send and place the two phones side by side. You do not even need to use the Send Via option. When asked if you are sure you want to send the file, click the Touch to Beam button. Send files via NFC You can also use an app like File Beam to download it. File Beam is simpler to use and allows you to transfer files faster between two phones.