LG Washer / Dryer - NFC Tag On - Basic Operation[Narrator]
LG’s tag on function uses new and innovative features to allow you to conveniently add news cycles, check the status of your appliance, or a diagnose your appliance all from your smartphone.
Before starting make sure your phone is equipped with NFC and enable a feature .
NFC is available in most of the newer Android smartphones.
The NFC feature can be activated on your smart phone by going to your phone settings menu.
In the wireless and networks menu, there should be a selection for NFC.
Some phones may be different.
So check with your owner’s manual to confirm if NFC is equipped with a phone and how to properly activate it.
Set both the NFC and direct Android Beam feature to on.
Within the NFC menu if one is available, make sure that the option to use read and write and also the P2P receive is set to on.
Once you have activated the NFC feature on your phone, open the LG laundry app and select the tag on feature.
After selecting the tagging function you want to use, the smartphone app will help you guide your phone for a successful tag on.
The pulsing white circle is the approximate location of the NFC antenna on your phone.
Align that to the tag on logo on your appliance.
The NFC antenna is located in the back of your phone, so it is important to have your phone as close to the tag on logo as possible.
It is acceptable to touch the back of the phone to the tag on logo.
After a successful tag, the results will be displayed on the smart phone app.
If there is no response move the phone around until the tag on is success.
Note: Location of the NFC antenna may vary by phone model.
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