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DebSantu
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SIM card and NFC

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Elitebook 850 G3
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I have two questions.

1. How can I use sim card on my device & Which features will I be able to use?

2. How can I know that my device is NFC supported or not? If my device doesn't have NFC support, Can I insert an NFC module?🤔

 

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banhien
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@DebSantu 

 

A1. SIM card alone is useless, it need WWAN card to work . Please check Device Manager to see does it have one of the following entries:

  •         HP lt4120 LTE/EVDO/HSPA+ SnapdragonT X5 LTE Mobile Broadband Module
  •         HP hs31110 HSPA + Intel Mobile Broadband Module

       If Yes, please ask your phone provider to see does it support your hardware.

 

A2. NFC: It is an option. Based on the following manual/guide, please also check adapter to see does it have the following entry

             Integrated NFC Galapagos NXP NPC100 12C NCI 10 mm x 25 mm module

 

          http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04887250.pdf

 

Regards, 

 

BH
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banhien
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@DebSantu 

 

A1. SIM card alone is useless, it need WWAN card to work . Please check Device Manager to see does it have one of the following entries:

  •         HP lt4120 LTE/EVDO/HSPA+ SnapdragonT X5 LTE Mobile Broadband Module
  •         HP hs31110 HSPA + Intel Mobile Broadband Module

       If Yes, please ask your phone provider to see does it support your hardware.

 

A2. NFC: It is an option. Based on the following manual/guide, please also check adapter to see does it have the following entry

             Integrated NFC Galapagos NXP NPC100 12C NCI 10 mm x 25 mm module

 

          http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c04887250.pdf

 

Regards, 

 

BH
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