Can I use NFC to transfer pictures?

NFC or Near Field Communication is a very handy tool for the quick transfer of data between two devices. It allows you to send various types of files such as photos, videos, and other media. NFC also allows you to make payments on the go with your smartphone without having to take out your credit or debit card.

Can NFC be used to transfer files?

Android allows you to transfer large files between devices using the Android Beam file transfer feature. This feature has a simple API and allows users to start the transfer process by simply touching devices.

How do I share media with NFC?

How to activate NFC on Android:

  1. On your Android device, open the Settings app.
  2. Select Connected devices.
  3. Tap on Connection preferences.
  4. You should see the NFC option. Hit it.
  5. Toggle the Use NFC option on.

How do I send a video via NFC?

How can I share content using NFC

  1. Open a screen that shows what you want to share on your device, such as a webpage, YouTube video, or contact.
  2. Tap the back of your device against the back of another NFC-enabled device or an NFC tag.
  3. To send a file, if necessary, touch your device screen.

How do I share a video with NFC?

To share files with other NFC-capable devices, tap Android Beam. Then, slide the switch to the On position. Once both your phone and another NFC-capable device have NFC and Android Beam turned on, you are ready to share. To do so, go to a photo, video, web page, or other file you would like to share.

How do I transfer photos from Android to Android without computer?

Turn on the Bluetooth on both android devices and pair Bluetooth with those two devices. Select Bluetooth option that will be available in the settings then turn it ‘on’ on both android devices for file sharing. After that, establish a connection between the two phones to pair them successfully and exchange files.