To be aware of:- This will write the “standard” 51243648 password
Remove the Fucken 51243648 password
This is outside the purpose of the review, but PM3 commands for a quick reference:-
To remove the forced password and write a new EM410x ID
This is the method I used
lf t55xx read b 0 p 51243648 o
lf t55xx wipe
lf t55 trace
lf t55xx write b 0 d 00107060 p 51243648
lf t55xx write b 7 d 00000000
lf em 410x_write ********** 1
********** = your chosen EM410x UID
• Very small
• Works reliably
• Rechargeable ( Micro USB)
• Extremely simple to use ( 2 buttons - Read Write, 1 switch - On Off )
• Forces on a password
• Switch not protected ( Easily bumped )
• Limited mode options
Does what it says and does it well.
Tested on “FlexEM” ( Analogue, Not implanted ) and it read and wrote SURPRISINGLY easily.
I didn’t want to risk it on installed xSeries and I have no spare xEM or NExT to test it on.
Normally I would have presumed there was no chance it would work on an xSeries, but the ease with which it wrote to the “FlexEM” it MAY have a chance