Apologies if these questions seem naive to you more experience biohackers but I’m trying my best to learn as fast as I can about all this. I’m recently implanted and everything seems to be going really well so far.
My question is about data storage on the NTAG216 chip, I don’t have easy access to a android phone myself (although I did borrow a friends to do the recommended lock-down using the Dangerous Things Beta App).
I’m using the “TagWriter” software by NXP on a Windows 10 laptop for the time being (see screenshot below), I thought it would be relatively safe / good with it being made by the same company who made the chip.
Anyhow, I wrote a small text message to the chip which a friends phone was able to read back - great!
I just want to check that I am now safe to use the erase function in the software in order to wipe the slate clean and write new text date to it? Questions that arise from this are:
1. Would this typically erase data blocks like text, emails & URI’s but leave the chips UID in place?
2. Are the different data-types (links, emails, contacts etc) typically stored in their own define data-blocks?
2.a) So you can have multiple different data-types/blocks on the device at the same time?
2.b) If so is it possible to erase one of those blocks or would you typically clear all?
Normally I would experiment and learn through trial and error but obviously in this case I’m a little hesitant through fear of screwing up with something embedded inside of me!
Loving learning about it all though, thanks for your time and help.