I’ve been having a few issues with my xSIID lately, hoping for some help.
The issues started after attempting to run the ‘basic’ example from the nfc-pfsc library here. This was using an ACR122U and my MacBook. The example failed with an error and after that the implant couldn’t be written with NFC Tools on an iPhone.
I did some digging and came across this thread that described similar symptoms. I don’t have an Android device to run Taginfo, but using NFC Tools I was able to run the set of commands near the end of the thread and everything appeared to start working. The commands were:
A20400000000 A20500000000 A2060000031F A207D1011B55 A20803666F72 A209756D2E64 A20A616E6765 A20B726F7573 A20C7468696E A20D67732E63 A20E6F6D2FFE
I can read and write the tag using NFC Tools on iPhone now, but I’m noticing some anomalies. The written records seem to be corrupted with the last few characters being random or missing. For example if I write a text record of ‘this is a test’ and then read it, it comes back as ‘This is a tes’ with the last character missing. I also can’t read the text record at all with NFC Tools for Desktop on Mac. The tag is detected and identified, but it doesn’t show any NDEF records. This was all working before I borked the implant with nfc-pfsc.
I’ve seen that there is an Android app for resetting the tag, but as mentioned I don’t have an Android device.
Any ideas what may be going on? Is there any way to factory reset the tag without an Android device?