What is NFC
NFC stands for Near Field Communication. Essentially, it's a way for
your phone to interact with something in close proximity. It operates
within a radius of about 4 cm and provides a wireless connection
between your device and another
Before sharing content, make sure that both devices are unlocked, have
their screens on, and have NFC and Android Beam turned on. Then follow
On your device, open the exact content that you want to share, like
a map, photo, or webpage.
Move the back of your device toward the back of the other device.
When the devices connect, your device will make a sound or vibrate,
and the image on your screen will get smaller.
When you see the message Touch to beam, tap your screen. A
notification will say "Beaming..."
When the beam is done:
On your device, a notification will say
On the other device, a notification will show
the shared content.
Some Youtube videos
Open your device's Settings app .
Under “Wireless & networks,” tap More.
Check that NFC is switched on. This lets your phone
exchange data when it touches another device.
Tap Android Beam.
Check that the On/Off switch is on