Hands-On Workshop: Use NFC Pairing to Connect Multiple Bluetooth® and Wi-Fi® Devices with a Simple Tap

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NFC pairing makes life in a multi-device world more convenient. Tap-to-pair has become a common habit when connecting an NFC-enabled smartphone conveniently to a wireless speaker. Bringing this experience to the next level, even a multi-speaker audio system can be set up with NFC. If all speakers are equipped with an NFC chip, you simply tap one speaker to another to establish the Bluetooth® connection. That's what we call a true wireless stereo system - and it works with any phone, no matter if it is NFC-enabled. Same use case can be shown with NFC headsets. The workshop will guide participants through the implementation of an NFC, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi pairing use case. All participants should bring an NFC Enabled Android Device running Android version (Kit Kat) 4.4x or higher. In addition please install "NFC TagWriter" and "NFC TagInfo" from the Google Play Store.

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