I am trying to clone an Indala keycard onto my xEM implant using a proxmark3, but am having a hard time getting it recognised by the access controller.
After issuing the
lf t5 detect and
lf t5 trace commands and getting some output, I have used the
lf indala clone ... command to write the correct ID, but then when I issue the
lf detect command again I get some inconsistent output:
proxmark3> lf t55 detect Chip Type : T55x7 Modulation : PSK1 Bit Rate : 2 - RF/32 Inverted : No Offset : 57 Seq. Term. : No Block0 : 0x00081040 proxmark3> lf t55 detect Found  possible matches for modulation. ----------------- Chip Type : T55x7 Modulation : ASK Bit Rate : 0 - RF/8 Inverted : No Offset : 55 Seq. Term. : No Block0 : 0x00008800 ----------------- Chip Type : T55x7 Modulation : PSK1 Bit Rate : 2 - RF/32 Inverted : No Offset : 57 Seq. Term. : No Block0 : 0x00081040 Could not detect modulation automatically. Try setting it manually with 'lf t55xx config'
lf search then shows the correct Indala ID, but the xEM does not work with the access controller.
I’m pretty sure the antenna is OK, since I am able to clone an HID Prox keyfob to the xEM and that works well. I can also clone the original Indala card on to a T5577 keyfob that will work fine, it’s only getting the xEM into an Indala mode that doesn’t work. Could this be something wrong with writing the config?