Have you seen people tapping their phones together to share photos? With NFC, or Near Field Communications, on your LG G5 from Verizon, you can share playlists, videos, pictures, contacts and more. Check out this video where you'll find out exactly how to use this fun feature.
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How to Use NFC (Near Field Communication) on Your LG G5
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How to Use NFC (Near Field Communication) on Your LG G5 (1:33)
Near Field Communication technology, or NFC, lets you make transactions, exchange digital content and connect with other NFC devices with a single tap.
To set up NFC, drag down the Notification Panel from the top.
Then find and tap the Settings icon.
Select Share & connect on the Wireless Networks menu. Turn on NFC.
Read the note about protecting your data and tap OK.
Now you can use all the NFC related features.
Sharing files with another NFC device is easy. Select the file to share (for example, an image from the Gallery or a song from the Music app).
Hold the two devices together back-to-back.
The file you selected will shrink. Tap the file to transfer it.
The file will be downloaded to the other device after you separate them.
G5 is a trademark of LG Electronics, Inc.