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Re:NFC extended length not supported

2021-02-27, 12:52 PM
Hello Lenovo again!
 
Yes, I can confirm this for my device Motorola One Vison. It is still not working for my device after over a year either.

 

And actually we know that it does not work for ID cards from Germany, Spain, and Italy. Obviously, these countries seem to be less important countries for Lenovo.

 

There were some comments in issuetracker of Andriod Open Source Project (AOSP):

  • comment #58 - NFC (IsoDep): maximum transceive length is hard-coded (261 Bytes), altho...
    from Oct 11, 2019
    "Problem appears in Motorola one Vision with ausweisapp2 from Playstore."
  • https://issuetracker.google.com/issues/37005118#comment67
    from Mar 19, 2020
    "FYI for the people still spamming this issue: It is fixed in Android Open Source Project Code.

    The fix was that AOSP now allows device vendors to specify the maximum transceive length which the NFC hardware they use allows. If your device has Android O or later the problem is not to be solved by the AOSP project but by the vendor/OEM of your device. Either the hardware does not support extended length or the vendor did not configure the Android build running on your device to support this.

    Don’t complain to AOSP. Complain to the vendor of your device."

But nothing happens after 4 OS updates on the part of Lenovo.

 

There still exists an application for older Android version up to 7.0 called "NFC Extended Length Xposed Fix"(https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.derappkoch.nfcextendedlengthfix&hl=de&gl=US).

But you have to "root" your device. And a normal user doesn't want to do that because of the loss of warranty.

 

What can we do to make Lenovo working on that issue?

 

Kind regards

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03-16-2020

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Re:NFC extended length not supported

2021-02-27, 13:13 PM

Simple, don't buy Lenovo cr*p anymore and keep ranting everywhere you could.

Motorola has been my favorite brand since the early 1990's (3200, StarTAC, MicroTAC ... then some NOKIA Symbians in the meantime, and 5 MOTOs again with Android) but this POS was definitely the last one. It's a Chinese issue, very easy to fix, but no money in it, just sell a new phone.

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Re:NFC extended length not supported

2021-03-01, 15:48 PM

@ mb0815 wrote:

Hello Lenovo again!
 
Yes, I can confirm this for my device Motorola One Vison. It is still not working for my device after over a year either.

 

And actually we know that it does not work for ID cards from Germany, Spain, and Italy. Obviously, these countries seem to be less important countries for Lenovo.

 

There were some comments in issuetracker of Andriod Open Source Project (AOSP):

  • comment #58 - NFC (IsoDep): maximum transceive length is hard-coded (261 Bytes), altho...
    from Oct 11, 2019
    "Problem appears in Motorola one Vision with ausweisapp2 from Playstore."
  • https://issuetracker.google.com/issues/37005118#comment67
    from Mar 19, 2020
    "FYI for the people still spamming this issue: It is fixed in Android Open Source Project Code.

    The fix was that AOSP now allows device vendors to specify the maximum transceive length which the NFC hardware they use allows. If your device has Android O or later the problem is not to be solved by the AOSP project but by the vendor/OEM of your device. Either the hardware does not support extended length or the vendor did not configure the Android build running on your device to support this.

    Don’t complain to AOSP. Complain to the vendor of your device."

But nothing happens after 4 OS updates on the part of Lenovo.

 

There still exists an application for older Android version up to 7.0 called "NFC Extended Length Xposed Fix"(https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.derappkoch.nfcextendedlengthfix&hl=de&gl=US).

But you have to "root" your device. And a normal user doesn' want to do that because of the loss of warranty.

 

What can we do to make Lenovo working on that issue?

 

Kind regards

 

Hi.

 

I can confirm that this issue is being worked. At this point, I can't say if or when it might be resolved, but there has been a good deal of discussion and investigation and it's active. 

 

Hope this helps.

 

- Matt

Please do not PM me - if you have issues, search the forums for threads on your topic and post there, or start a new thread. Thanks!
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Re:NFC extended length not supported

2021-03-09, 15:14 PM

Hi again.

 

I can confirm that this will be addressed in the R update. Again, I don't have timing, but it's good news.

 

Thanks to everyone who helped us recognize and diagnose this issue.

 

- Matt

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