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writing into EEPROM textmessages via I2c

Question asked by Matthias Ebert on May 24, 2017
Latest reply on Jun 19, 2017 by Matthias Ebert

I am using NT3H1101 together with android NFC "tools" app version 4.2 to write Text-message (numbers) with maximal length of 3 digit (3 byte). This is working well: i am able to write and read via the NFC tool app.

But if a change one or two digit of the message text using I2C programming to EEPROM the bytes are changed in the EEPROM, but if i read back with nfc app only the number which i had programmed via nfc app will be read out.

Following is the content of the eeprom block beginning with address 01H (I2C eeprom mem) after writing via RF and android app "nfc-tool" (the data i read back via I2C into microcontroller for checking): all data in Hex

03 08 d1 01 04 54 02 65 6e 31 32 FE 00 00 00 0f

This is showing text on android nfc app: 12 ;;Byte 9 is ASCII 1; Byte 10 is ASCII 2;

 

Now i change Byte 10 to ASCII 3 which means 33h

I write thi via I2C and read back for control via I2C block beginning at address 01 successful.

03 08 d1 01 04 54 02 65 6e 31 33 FE 00 00 00 0f

 

If i read now the contenet with the android app the text 1 only is displayed. I expected the 13 because i changed in EEPROM second number (at byte position 10) from old 2 to 3.

 

What i have to do or to check that i can change ASCII text in EEPRO via I2C and this text complete read via RF interface android app back?

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