No supported app for this NFC Tag

The message “No supported app for this NFC tag” is shown by the Android framework (or all the more explicitly the NFC framework administration) previously and on second thought of dispatching the tag to your application. This implies that the NFC framework administration channels MIFARE Classic labels and never tells any application about them.

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How do I fix No supported app for this NFC Tag

There are two ways to resolve “No Supported app for this NFC tag.”. Removing your bank cards from your phone case. Disable the NFC tag.

There are two ways to resolve “No Supported app for this NFC tag.”.

  1. Removing your bank cards from your phone case.
  2. Disable the NFC tag.
    How? See the next Paragraph.
    WARNING! This does have consequences if you use your phone to pay.
    For more go to paragraph ‘Consequences?’

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Let’s disable the No supported app for this NFC Tag in Android

Let’s fix ‘No supported app for this NFC tag‘ for techies.

WARNING! This does have consequences if you use your phone to pay.
For more go to paragraph ‘Consequences?’

  • Go to your apps,
  • Find and open Settings,
  • Open Connections,
  • Toggle NFC and payment off.

What do you do if your phone doesn’t have NFC?

If you don’t have one, you may not have Near-Field Communication (or the button switched on). To check for sure, head to settings and look for NFC in the wireless device settings, or just search for it.

Can I use Google pay if my phone doesn’t have NFC?

Customers can use devices that are not NFC-enabled to make Google Pay purchases in merchant mobile apps. Google Pay works on any NFC-F-enabled Android device running Lollipop 5.0 or higher for in-store purchases. Learn more about device setup and compatibility.