To disable it, find the “Settings” option and tap on it. From the settings, tap on “More” option and from here you can find the option to turn ON/OFF NFC. Simply remove the check-mark to turn OFF Near Field Communication.
Subsequently, one may also ask, what all can you do with NFC?
NFC, or Near Field Communication, is a technology that allows devices to exchange information simply by placing them next to one another. Smartphones use NFC to pass photos, contacts, or any other data you specify between NFC enabled handsets.
How do I use NFC on my phone?
If your device has NFC, the chip and Android Beam need to be activated so that you can use NFC:
- Go to Settings > More.
- Tap on the NFC switch to activate it. The Android Beam function will also automatically turn on.
- If Android Beam does not automatically turn on, just tap it and select Yes to turn it on.
What is a NFC enabled device?
At the time of writing the NFC standard has three modes of operation: the peer-to-peer mode that lets two smartphones swap data, a read/write mode in which one active device picks up info from a passive one, and card emulation, in which an NFC device such as a smartphone can be used like a contactless credit card.