Built by the same people who brought you MiniCards and the acclaimed Luxe Business Cards, the NFC by MOO app allows you to truly customize the “third side” of your NFC enabled MOO Business Cards.
Release your creativity, and then tell us about it moo.com/nfc
We’ve designed the App to easily allow you to do the following:
• Write a URL
• Share a Phone Number
• Share a location/maplink via Googlemaps
• Share your social network with the following services:
• Share a Contact Card
• Share data from any other App to NFC by MOO
You can also:
• Read the data on a card/tag
• Reset the data on a card/tag
The NFC by MOO app is built to run on NFC enabled mobile devices running Android v4.0 and up (Ice cream sandwich).
If you have questions or problems, please contact us at moo.com/help/contact-us.html
-No unnecessary animations or features just speed
-multiple interface styles
-bookmarks and custom user settings
-Did we mention it was quick?
-Ultra Light web browsing experience
you can save and edit all parts of your NFC mifare Cards.
it should be noted that most of public transport cards and most of hotel card are mifare card and with this appyou can read, edit and copy them.
use it and turn on the reset button, as you put your card on your mobile phone your NFC mifare Cards will reset!!!
when you want to reset your NFC mifare Cards, it will reset all pages expect page 1,2,3. but if you want you can still modify these pages too by writing in them by application.
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Write a business card
The app provides 3 different use cases to write a business card:
1. Export contact
Start your contact app and select a contact. Now go for this contact to the options and then to the sub-menu “share“.
Choose the app “NFC Business Card“ in the popup. After the selection you will see the Export View, which is described below.
2. Use the write button of the app
In the app “NFC business card“ you will find the button “Generate business cards“. By clicking on it you will see a selection of all of your contacts.
Select a contact to move to the export view of the app.
3. Rewrite generated business cards
More information can be found below.
The export view
In each of the export possibilities you will reach the export view.
There you have the possibility to analyze the contact details, edit them and exclude them from the data.
A checkbox in each line describes, whether this data is to be exported or excluded.
At the bottom of the view, you see a live calculation of the data size.
This shows you the non- compressed and compressed size.
Make sure that this size does not exceed that of your NFC tags.
You can also add a fallback to the NFC tag. If the fallback option is enabled a participant without installed “NFC Business Card“ app
will automatically be prompted to download the app at Google Play. This requires some additional bytes of memory.
Once you have customized the contact data, you can write the card on one of the buttons either compressed or as a standardized vCard to a NFC tag.
To do this, press one of the buttons and hold a NFC tag to your device, when the next window appears. You also can write on multiple NFC tags sequentially.
The write operation is not terminated as soon as you confirm it by clicking the button.
Advantages and disadvantages of compressed writing
As already mentioned, you have 2 options to write.
With the compressed version you can write much more data on the business card. This is a great advantage if your NFC tags are smaller than the data size of the vCard.
A disadvantages is, that the recipient of the business card will also need to install the app “NFC Business Card“.
This is not necessary, if you export the data as a vCard.
Import business cards
There are several possibilities to import a business card.
You can do it by clicking on the menu item “import business card“ in the app. In the next window you have to put the tag to the device. That will automatically show up the import view.
However, if you do not want to start the app before importing the data, you can also put a business card directly to your smartphone.
Manage generated business cards
As mentioned in before, you can rewrite generated business cards.
You can do this via the menu item “Manage business cards“. There you can also get an overview of the business cards you got, how often and on what day you wrote them.
With a long press on one of the contacts, you can permanently remove it from the list.
You also can reset the history by clicking on the button at the bottom of the view.
To select a contact to write again on a business card, use a simple click on the history entry.
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Please note that you may want to download an auxiliary application for Lesson 8. It will be posted to the Google Play shortly.
For those of you who are stuck - Tips and the full walk-through for IGLearner are posted at
Some tips on what tools can be useful when you are taking this app apart:
- Android SDK
- Any local HTTP proxy - we like Burp Suite, but you can use anything you wish (Paros etc.)
- Virtuous Ten Studio to look at the smali code
Icons by Double-J design (http://www.doublejdesign.co.uk/products-page/icons/childish)
SSL TrustManager code by Moxie Marlinspike <email@example.com>
Parts of the Content Provider code taken from http://www.vogella.com
License: this software is covered by the PYTHON SOFTWARE FOUNDATION LICENSE VERSION 2.
You would need to decompile and recompile this app to solve the challenge.