I could download SW3524 and install PN5180 NFC Cockpit v.2.3.
According to SW35234 page 17 to 18, I tried to activate MIFARE, and encounterd error at 3rd step(pressed the button(activate layer3).
What should I check?
Could you please let us know the exact steps you are following after connecting the board? Also, please let us know which model of MIFARE products you are working with.
Thanks for your reply.
My experiment procedure is shown below.
1) launch the PN5180 NFC cockpit 2.3.
2) press [Load protocol] in TypeA tab
3) press [Field on]
4) press [activate layer3]
Then, error message appear in log monitor.
Thank you for sharing the info. It was possible to activate a MIFARE Plus card with NFC Cockpit v4.8.0, please see below:
Could you please try with the latest version of NFC cockpit available so far?
According to your advise, I installed latest ver. of NFC cockpit(v.4.8.0, FW v4.0), and tried to activate the board.
1) launch the PN5180 NFC cockpit 4.8.0
3) press [RF Field on]
4) press [Activate layer3]
ERROR:RFProtocolTypeAService:RequestA Failed HAL,IO_TIMEOUT
additionally, press [Activate Layer4]
ERROR:RFProtocolTypeAService:ActivateCard() Failed HAL,IO_TIMEOUT
This problem seems to be on the Tag's side. By any chance, is the card on the eval board antenna when Layer 3 and Layer 4 are activated?
Could you please provide details about the Tag you are working with? -In my case, I am activating a MIFARE Plus X 2K both, on Layer 3 and 4, please see below:
In case you are not sure with Tag you are working with, please use our NFC TagInfo tool for Android. This could also help us to discard that the Tag is not functional.
Hello, According to your advise, I could operate NFC cockpit by using Mifare DESFire card!I had chosen wrong Tag, so NFC cockpit did not work well. I appriciate your support!
According to your advise, I could operate NFC cockpit by using Mifare DESFire card!
I had chosen wrong Tag, so NFC cockpit did not work well.
I appriciate your support!
I am glad I could help.
Have a nice day!
I will comment and mention that the NFC Tag Info by NXP (on iOS) is a completely useless app. It only shows NDEF data that exists on the card, and absolutely nothing about what type the card is. The screenshots on Android show it may be more useful? This app should be removed from the iOS store at this state, it doesn't help anyone.
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