Tagged: ios flojack flojackmsr nfc
May 24, 2018 at 8:29 am #63004
I have downloaded and run your GitHub sample only with changing device type to FlojacjMsr. But the application does not read NFC cards or magnetic cards. Do you able to read NFC tags or cards with your sample application? Your sample application does not contain required info.plist entries for FlojackMsr and your SDK still lookin wrong place to find soud file (ScanSound.caf) it uses. I have fixed sound file problem by copying it to project root folder. When do you planning to fix it?May 24, 2018 at 11:27 am #63010
Thanks for bringing this to our attention and apologies for these issues you are having.
There should be no issue reading tags with the sample application. Please post your console logs to help us debug it.
We release both a static lib and framework, so loading the ScanSound.caf from the framework bundle is something we’ll have to change when we stop supporting the static lib, which is unclear at the moment. As for the info.plist, we are a very small team and are stretched quite thin at the moment but I will add this in when we are pushing a new release of the iOS SDK. Feel free to open a pull request if you think it’s something that you can handle yourself.August 13, 2018 at 3:43 am #63807
I have just checked your sample applcations on Github and they contain NSMicrophoneUsageDescription string that FlojackMSR needs. Thumbs up for that.August 13, 2018 at 5:49 am #63808
I havce also tested reading NFC tags with a passport. SDK detects and reads tag but it works only for first read. It desn’t work after first read. To make it work again I have to restart the application.August 13, 2018 at 12:43 pm #63809
Glad that the
NSMicrophoneUsageDescriptionfix is being used. We don’t support reading ePassport with the MSR. You would be responsible to implement the APDUs yourself. Make sure you’re using the latest beta because I have just fixed some MSR related issues for a customer.
I strongly suggest you move to use the superior BLE readers we provide, namely the FloBLE Plus. Sending APDUs is much quicker and more reliable that our audiojack readers, I’m confident you’ll be much more satisfied with using that for reading ePassports.
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