Just plug into your computer (no drivers needed) and scan your NExT or Spark2
It will “type” in the active field your UID from your implant.
So you could just use it as a pin/password, you could even use both to make one long password
Great idea, That would definitely be doable.
Antenna in the Handle where your Thenar / webbing naturally lies.
Just naturally grab a handle and slide your hand down it, your 0 position implant rolls down and toward where the antenna would be, and this would turn off the electromagnet, Thus releasing Mjölnir
So I have given my hands time to heal up and I’m getting super inconsistent reads on my Spark2 (the one in the right hand I’ve been having issues with)
Is this a sign that I’m not getting good reads?
I don’t like that I need to scan a few times to get all my information.
If I removed the tag could I send it back to get re-sterilized so that I can get it out back in loser to the surface of the skin (I previously mentioned that this tag was put in a little deep and is under a layer of tissue)
To answer your question though.
It looks like you are getting partial reads. which could be a couple of factors
Phone type and NFC antenna and or phone case…
Orientation you are trying to read it
Not giving it quite enough time to read properly. ( although generally a read is faster than a write )
Too deep, not much you can do without removing and reinstalling like you suggested, however it is reading, so…
Does your Vivokey app read it ok?
DO you have a good hit-rate of accessing your profile?
What phone do you have?
is it on THIS list and / or do you know where the NFC antenna is so you can get a perpendicular placement?
Have you tried the Diagnostic card / Field detector to find the optimal placement(s)
Are you reading without a phone cover?
Do you see a consistent read info result if you dwell on the read a little longer?
Sorry for the questions, just trying to narrow down an answer / solution for you
I have an IPhone X, I have been reading it without the case, I don’t have the vivokey app (I’ll get it and try that) I don’t have a physical reader set up yet to test it or the angle on- other than my phone.
Have a look in the playstore to get an idea of what you want / how you want to set it up when / if you get android access.
You can then “one and done” in about 5 mins, and then you just need to sit back and wait for the iOS app to arrive