Earlier this year I had 2 RFID chip implanted into my hands, one ATA5577 125KHz and one NFC implant.
It was quite painful but totally worth it, here is the video of the procedures
There was of course a lot of prep work associated with it, marking the correct location, sterilizing and so on that is not shown, this should NEVER be done without proper research and preparation.
So, this is a short tutorial on how to unlock a smartphone running Android 5.0 or latest without installing any extra software. It is the method I use to unlock my Android phone with my Dangerous Things xNT chip
This tutorial is written based on my LG phone, I do believe that other brands have slightly diffirent settings menus. If anyone is willing to recreate this tutorial on a diffirent brand I would be happy to include it
Step 1: Make sure NFC is enabled
Step 2: navigate to settings, display, lockscreen
In this post I wanna discusss the possibilities of the Raspberry PI and RFID, and implementing it in a cheap but effective way.
This tutorial assumed you have basic knowledge of the Raspberry Pi
Raspberry Pi 2 (could be any model, doesn’t have to RPI2)
Cheap USB RFID reader I bought of ebay (similiar listing)
1 x 370 Ohm Resistor
1 x 10K ohm Resistor
1 x tactile switch
micro sd with raspbian
Codes avaivable in this tutorial:
Perform action on RPI with RFID
Perform action on RPI with RFID with timed secondary task
Perform togglable actions on RPI with RFID