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SCR42 Cover for Xperia Z5

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SCR42 Cover for Xperia Z5

Sony Xperia Z5 Dual SCR42 Should NFC be always on when we use it?

 

 

Sony Xperia Z5 Dual 'de Scr42 kullandığımızda NFC daima açık olmalı mı?

 

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Re: SCR42 Cover for Xperia Z5

@Rmzn

 

I've edited your post as this is an English only forum, you can use Google Translate to reply and/or post.

 

If I recall correctly it's only to sync it with the phone after that it will use the Magnet 




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Re: SCR42 Cover for Xperia Z5

Hi @Rmzn, welcome to our forum!

As @uliwooly wrote, NFC only needs to be enabled to pair the Style cover with your device.

Have a nice weekend! Slightly smiling Face


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Re: SCR42 Cover for Xperia Z5

Can I use Style cover without NFC after pairing?

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Re: SCR42 Cover for Xperia Z5

@Rmzn

Yes




"I'd rather be hated for who I am, than loved for who I am not." Kurt Cobain (1967-1994)