@jasok2 I do use the Asus AI Suite for Thermal Radar 2 (fan controller), but either way I did try uninstalling it in that order but it made no difference.
Posts made by SanyaIV
RE: Remove Asus NFC Express from Windows Login
So I got a response from Asus support that basically just asked me to change the registry entry, which doesn't exist on my system. Replied with that information and got a response that they didn't know what was wrong on my system then and suggested I re-install Windows.... So I'll just continue using it I guess. =/
Remove Asus NFC Express from Windows Login
Sorry for posting this here but it's the only place I know of where I might get a response.
Basically I'm trying to remove my Asus NFC Express and so far I have disconnected it and removed the Asus NFC Express software from the auisuite 3, but the NFC login screen is still active and I don't understand how I remove it?!
I tried searching for it but only got one response saying that there is a registry key that needs to be changed, well I don't have that registry key at all, not its parent folder OR that one's parent folder.. so.. How the F do I remove the login screen for NFC? I want to be able to directly input my password without changing the user.
Edit: This is in regards to a Windows 10 PC
RE: Windows Logon, your input welcome!
I think I'm the only person in the world who can easily log on to my home desktop PC with an nfc ring right now.
Well I'm using Asus NFC Express and I think it's pretty easy to use with the NFC Ring. With this the Asus NFC login is selected by default and I'm logged in as soon as my ring is read (no need to click anything) The hard part is getting the Asus NFC Express to read the ring, it seems to have a sweet spot that I'd guess has a diameter of <1cm. (And lets not forget that it apparently only works on Asus Motherboards(?))
I'd really like to see an open source program of equivalent ease of use if only to get compatibility with a better reader because this Asus NFC Express that I've got is really "weak". Oh and it'd be nice with the ability to use the ID of the tag rather than writing and reading from the tag, that way I can write other stuff to the ring.
Edit: Can someone explain to me why using NDEF Records provides greater security than using the ID? Couldn't you copy the NDEF Records too?
RE: 2016 Ring Inlays coming unstuck.
I wonder how long after receipt are the inlays starting to raise? Just something to look out for I guess.
I noticed the corner sticking up when I got it but didn't think much of it until I saw this thread, at first I thought the epoxy had just overflowed a bit but then I realized that I could push the corner down which means it's loose. Whether or not it will get worse I don't know, but I hope not.
RE: "New tag collected" on Nexus 5
Just a heads up, the Tags app is still there in Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, but to see it you have to go to Settings -> Apps, tap on the menu icon (three dots on the upper right) and select "Show system". From then on, Tags will appear on the apps list and you'll be able to disable it from there.
Also, with NXP TagWriter, you can completely format a tag to factory defaults, which is a step beyond just erasing the content. That might help to ensure it reports nothing but its ID to unlock.
Thanks! Disabled Tags which removed the notification and I always have my phone on vibrate so the sound isn't an issue for me.
Edit: Also, having disabled "Tags", now when I accidentally read the tags the on-screen keyboard (if present) isn't "discarded" which is even better!
RE: Android Lollipop Trusted Device + NFC Ring = perfect
@johnyma22 Also have this issue, I thought it was my phone specifically that messed up but apparently not.. Have left a comment.