As we advance forward in the age of developing technology, Windows OS based Phones have marked their presence in this transcending age of Smartphone market. Slowly and steadily as NFC transcends its way inculcating into Smartphones, we are treated to newer Smartphones that are bestowed with this functionality. Generally, most of the Windows Phone 8 devices have NFC. However, this currently is disabled by default. This tutorial will provide a guide to turn this feature on and then the user can utilize this process to send media files.
- At the beginning you will have to switch over to the left hand side of the screen to access the app list.
- Once you are on the Settings screen, you will simply need to scroll down to the middle of the list. Then find the tap+send section and choose the same.
- Hereafter, you will have to turn the NFC sharing feature on. This action can be performed by simply moving the slider from the left to the right. Just after you turn this slider from left to right, the color of the slider will turn to the theme’s color. This is changed into a new color from the previous black color. This indication points that the particularized feature is turned active.
- Just after the NFC feature is enabled, you can easily send the media files that you want. This is done in a simple way by just opening a file and then tapping on the menu using the three dots icon located at the bottom. Thereafter, select share.
- Afterwards click on the Tap+Send option which is viewable in the list. Select this for sending the file by tapping on the name.
- Next you will need to tap on the back of your phone. This has to be done so that you can send the file to the other device.
- Just after you send the file, this can be turned off later. The same procedure needs to be used from where you turned it on.