Turn on NFC and Payment on Samsung Galaxy S8
Edited by Jay
NFC or near field communication is a way of transferring data wirelessly between two NFC enabled devices (Android Beam). In addition to transferring data and files, NFC can also be used to make wireless payments directly with your Galaxy S8. With Tap and Pay, users can either use Android Pay or their online banking, to essentially digitize their wallet. This can be incredibly convenient if you would rather not carry a wallet or bank card around. As more merchants start accepting wireless payments, this method of paying for goods and services will increase in popularity.
Although the steps below were completed using a Samsung Galaxy S8, they will work for any Android-powered device running Nougat.
Enable NFC, Android Beam and Tap and Pay
- 10If you have any online banking apps installed, they will be displayed here.Here on the Tap and Pay screen you can select your payment option.Advertisement
Enabling NFC to share files and make payments is an awesome way to maximize the power of your Samsung Galaxy S8. As long as you're able to tap your device with another, you can send data back and forth without draining battery power.
Tips, Tricks and Warnings
- Enabling Android Beam when you're within reach of friends' or family members' device, is the quickest way to share files, links, and data.
- Ensure that you have your preferred online banking apps installed to give yourself more payment options, or you can use Android Pay.
If you have problems with any of the steps in this article, please post in the comments section below.
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