Hey guys, I've decided that we have need a separate thread to discuss the usage of NTAG216. There has been rumors about the existence of the possibility to use 216 in place of 215,but certain users refuse to actually give any information about how. We know a few things about how 216 works in comparison to 215. Mostly the difference is the size of the cards and the location of the locking bits. Most notably, the difference that may potentially lock us out of using 216 is if Ninty checks for 215 to be used. What I have personally tried: Straight copying of the .bin's using tagmo. -Does not work, the data differs from 215 when scanning the raw data written to the card. Editing the .bin and filling with 0's -Does not work, scanning the tags reveals the same result written to the card. So, basically tagmo does this already. Here's a link to the datasheet of the 215 and 216's (its basically what we are using) http://www.nxp.com/documents/data_sheet/NTAG213_215_216.pdf Let's work together on this. Certain users that claim they know how to do it should just be ignored. If you're looking for info on Ntag215, there is already a tutorial and a thread on that.