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    Question 6212: Turn off NFC carrier from Java MIDlet

    Is there a way to turn off the NFC carrier from a Java MIDlet in Nokia 6212? It seems like the carrier is always on, even when no target listener has been added to DiscoveryManager.

    In 6131 it seems to be possible to turn off NFC carrier with the setting Tag detection to Off in NFC settings. After having done that I can still use DiscoveryManager to detect tags. The carrier will be on when I have added a target listener to DiscoveryManager, but off when np target listener is added.

    In 6212 there is no Tag detection setting. There is, however, a NFC on/off setting, but setting that to off will disable everything with NFC so I can't use DiscoveryManager to detect tags.

    Thankful for any help!

    Kristian

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    Re: 6212: Turn off NFC carrier from Java MIDlet

    Dear Kristian,

    obviously I am having the same problem. Switching off NFC on a 6212 seems to disable NFC completely. I wrote the following unanswered thread regarding NFC detection, Push Registry and problems with the build in NFC software:

    http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/fo...tered-programs

    Did you find a solution for this problem?

    Thanks in advance,

    Guido

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