I would agree, this is where all of my confusion came from that took weeks of reading posts to figure out. Maybe something along the lines of
“Setting a password on your DT NFC Implant using this application simply protects the lock bits of your implant against improperly coded/out of spec writing causing permanent damage to your implant. This password is not required to write and/or make changes to the user memory of your implant using apps such as NFC Tools or NXP Tag Writer.”
Having something like that in there would’ve saved me a tonne of headache and anxiety trying to use the password I set using the DT App in NXP Tag Writer’s Password option for existing password when attempting to write to my implant. To what is likely a large portion of the people who are purchasing the xNT,(myself included) all of 1, 2, and 3 is perhaps_too clear_, it says exactly what’s happening, but we just have no idea what that actually means. We know enough to know we’re supposed to use the DT app, but not how it does/doesn’t effect what our actual end use of the device will be.