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What is NFC and how to use it with my Philips device?

Published on 2017-02-28

Near Field Communication (NFC) is a set of standards for smartphones and supported devices to establish radio communication with each other. Read below how to use it:

How to use NFC

Just tap (i.e., bring into close proximity and then bring away) the NFC enabled smartphone or tablet on the NFC area the Philips device to start Bluetooth pairing and begin music streaming.

NFC logo

The information on this page applies to the following models: B8/12 , B1/12 , E6/12 , BT6000W/12 , CSS5235Y/12 , BT6000A/12 , BT6000R/12 , CSS5530G/12 , BTD7170/98 , B5/12 , BT7500B/12 , M2BTBK/00 , HTL6145C/12 , BT2110/10 , HTL5140B/12 , HTB3520/98 , HTB5580/98 , HTB5550/98 , HTB5520/98 , HTB3580/98 , HTL3140S/12 , BT3500B/00 , HTL3140B/05 , BT3500W/00 , BTD7170/12 , SHB7150FB/00 , CSS7235Y/12 , P9XBLK/10 , HTB4150B/98 . Click here to show more product numbers Click here to show less product numbers

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