NFC EMV Card Reader reads and stores data and information from contactless payment cards (credit, debit, prepaid, etc...) on your Android based device.
Using this application you can read data from your existing plastic or digital payment card.
Features (or what you are able to do):
Read, store & manage multiple payment cards
View accessible application data & records
Extract sensitive payment cards information
View "Track 1" & "Track 2" data (which is most actively used in payment card processing)
Take a look at the last made transactions
POS/POP terminals all around the world use the EMV standard to process contactless transactions.
Using this application you will be able to see an example communication between a POS/POP device and the payment card you want to read.
Important - No fees are charged for using this application.
It also means that the payment cards you read will NOT be charged at all.
The application can be mainly used for references or analysis.
If you are going to read digital payment card data from another Android device (for example from Google Pay, Android Pay or other digital wallet app), you have to disable Android Beam on both devices before you get started.
Currently supported paycards (with AIDs):
Mastercard - Credit or debit (Global) - A0000000041010
Mastercard - Common (U.S. only) - A0000000042203
Mastercard - Common - A0000000049999
Maestro - Debit - A0000000043060
Maestro - Debit (UK Domestic) - Maestro UK (Switch) / Solo (Switch) - A0000000050001 / A0000000050002
Visa - Credit or debit (Global) - A0000000031010
Visa - Common (U.S. only) - A0000000980840
Visa Electron - Credit or debit (Global) - A0000000032010
Update 2.2 - All paycards with unspecified AIDs and following RIDs are supported:
A000000004, A000000005, A000000003.
It means almost all worldwide issued Mastercard and Visa paycards are accepted.
Before you start reading:
Make sure payment card(s) you want to read is/are contactless (RFID logo printed on it).
Make sure payment card(s) is/are currently supported by this application.
Enable NFC (Near-field communication) from Settings (if it is not enabled).
Application uses only "NFC" and "VIBRATE" permissions. There is no "INTERNET" permission. It means that no data is being sent & stored by the developer.
Payment cards data is stored privately into a database on the device used as reader.
In order to protect privacy some sensitive data is hidden until performing an additional unlock.
Operating device must have NFC hardware which is required for this application.
This software must only be used to read your own payment cards where legally appropriate. It must not be used