Spoofing an amiibo using Android+NFC?

dude22072 Nov 30, 2014.

  1. pizzatime

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    Exactly
     
  2. Drakas

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    Is it possibile to use the NFC chip inside the N3DS to reproduce the toys? (i have rx tool and fbi) :)
     
  3. Jursty

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    All I want to do is make it to where I can transmit to the 3ds w/o buying that ridiculous extra platform piece of shit added hard ware, as I've been reading I've seen some know what they are talking about others not so much. I do have the amiibo figure and I do have a phone with nfc capable communication how do I broadcast my amiibo to the 3ds w/o the platform?

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    Anything is possible. :rofl2:
     
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  4. Tomato Hentai

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    Not unless your phone also can send infrared signals, and I highly doubt it can.
    Even if it does, I don't think there's a way to do that just yet.
     
  5. TotalInsanity4

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    Actually, believe it or not, most can. I have a Galaxy S4 Mini and it has an IR blaster built into it (mostly for use as a universal remote)
     
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    Oh really? That's cool. I didn't know it was a common thing to have.
     
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    HTC One M7 user here, i have the IR too, if needs testers, i can do it ^^
     
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    Same too.
     
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    If only I could sift through the bull, and arrogant opinions easier. I know what I'd need is a blaster for NFC signals, not IR although I have both, I have the software to and it did read the Amiibo which cast a ultrahigh frequency, It has a serial number which looks like a mac address, and with the apps on the droid market you can read and write data, but more advanced tools they want you to pay for, All I want to do is have it act as one of the platforms and cast my Amiibo's signal to the 3DS which does not happen with what i'm currently using nor the phones built in blasting technology.
     
  11. Piluvr

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    me too, LG Volt
     
  12. TotalInsanity4

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    Erm... Sorry, since you weren't clear in your initial question, do you have a 3DS or a N3DS?
     
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    Has anything come of this? I have a spare S3 laying around with Cyanogen on it and I'd really like to just store all my Amiibo on it and push them to my 3DS/WiiU from it rather than each exhausting figure at a time. They look better on a shelf, not laying in a pile!

    I'm sure Ninty realizes this! /endsarcasm
     
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  14. JAG755

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    This has already been done it called amiiqo.
    It's a cloning board the nfc chip in the amino holds .bin file if you clone a .bin file from your amino you can use a clone board like this to transmit the .bin file to the wii-u/3ds or skylanders pad or any nfc pad.
     
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  15. OctopusRift

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    Got it. Seriously? Do you think we don't know this? We want to not have to buy a 60 dollar plastic disc and just use our phones. :P
     
  16. cearp

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    i thought there was a guide posted here already on how to use amiibo with nfc phones, right?
     
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  17. elmoemo

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    Yea there's an app on here to copy the data to the cheap nfc tags
     
  18. fiveighteen

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    The point of this is to eradicate any other pieces other than the phone itself. Tags are one-time write. Being able to just slap your phone to the game pad would be better than buying tags.
     
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  19. cearp

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    I thought there was a guide someone msde to use my phone as the amiibo. no?
    but i can use my phone to write to the tags? that's good too

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    yeah i thought someone did that here, but i guess i was wrong :( :)
     
  20. Ashell

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    Actually I think there is a huge loop hole in the NFC figure toys. You probably can't hack or spoof. But say there was a library of figures hooked up to a computer somewhere all sitting on portals or some NFC device. Then someone made an app that "relayed" the information from a physical licensed NFC figure, through your phone, to a gamepad or portal. Nothing says you can't send your amiibo data around the world. Although, it would probably better off to just relay directly to a USB key that has some pass through to a portal.

    But I grabbed the files from the original skylanders project and I was reading that you can read and write the figures with a phone, but you can link a reader/writer to another reader/writer.
     
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