Screen captures may only be stored on one device at a time, meaning that they cannot be viewed, but only read.
How can I transfer a file to your phone via NFC?
You can transfer a file from an Android device to a PC via either USB or Wi-Fi. Once you have the data, you can open it on other devices if needed.
For some NFC devices, you may need the device’s software to detect NFC transactions, which can take a few moments. On Android devices, you can try the following:
Open the app. Tap Settings . Choose NFC.
. Choose NFC. Swipe to view NFC transactions. Tap the menu icon and then “Install NFC Transactions” . Tap the check mark next to “Install NFC Transactions” and follow the instructions.
. Tap the check mark next to “Install NFC Transactions” and Follow the instructions. For other Android devices, follow these instructions: On the device (Android Phone or tablet), press and hold the Home button until an NFC transaction appears. (Tap the Menu icon and then NFC transactions.) Press the Home button. If the device shows a blue icon, this suggests that it has a network connection.
How does the NFC application work?
The App works similar to any other NFC service that is used. You tap a NFC chip in your phone or tablet and it makes a transaction. The App then sends data to another NFC chip on the device. The data can be downloaded to any device that has NFC.
Some device implementations support several NFC systems, so the NFC app only includes the capabilities that are supported by the device with the most information available.
How can I access an NFC transaction recorded on my device?
The NFC app communicates with the device through NFC network protocols over USB or Wi-Fi only. When you tap the NFC tag, you are given the option to access or dismiss the NFC transaction.
You can access the data for a particular transaction from any device that has NFC capabilities. An NFC transaction can also be found in an NFC-capable device, but not always, or could not be found at all depending on your information.
When you use the feature on a device that has NFC capabilities, you are given a list of the transaction for each device that has NFC capabilities, as well as the location for each device that has NFC capabilities. Any device that has NFC capabilities can be accessed.
If you are able to access and record