I'm not sure if your NUC can support NFC function. In the first production units there was an expansion capability (NFC header). Later (May 2016), this header was removed. So depends on your hardware version, you can or you can't install third party lid with NFC function.
If you plan to install an NFC module on your Intel NUC, you'll need to install this driver and the driver from the third-party manufacturer of the NFC module you use.
Please also read the following threads:
I search through the Communities, @estebanv_intel said:
As of August 1, 2015, Intel has ended support for Intel® Integrator Toolkit (ITK). The software will remain available on Download Center through the end of 2015. This is because Intel has stopped manufacturing desktop boards also so it will no be possible in the future.
I tried all webside I can download, the latest version of Intel Intergrator Toolkit is 184.108.40.2068, released at 2013.
I tried to choose the option to UnHide NFC, it could not operate(without Underline).
I chage the "compatible" to "SYSKLi35", the NFC option disappeared.
Please guide me the next step. Thanks a lot.
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Thank you very much to lw1948 for that information posted previously.
The integrator tool kit is not available anymore, and if you get in contact with Intel directly an NDA (Non-Disclosure-Agreement) for you to sign will be required.
Depending Windows version you have, please install any of the Near Field Communication NFC drivers:
Also, just to make sure the version of the NUC you have does support NFC, we will need to check the SA number, so, could you please provide the SA number of the NUC?
Any questions, please let me know.
Actually, ITK 220.127.116.115 is freely available for download from various places on the internet. I did a trial download from one site and verified the integrity of the MSI file downloaded using file size and MD5, SHA1 and SHA-256 checksum comparison. I also verified that it installs correctly and runs properly on Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.
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Once you have downloaded file ITK_18.104.22.1685.MSI, verify its integrity. The information you need is as follows:
File Size: 12,409,856 bytes
MD5 Checksum: 08479563A8B7F6CDCCB59DB2C9F0FECE
SHA1 Checksum: 963A8F5B0F2C0A1DD8F2A8A74E909A503F7C28A8
SHA-256 Checksum: D7A3F7EB9AC6D38CC5F52A3BBD673D37EE446EF4B376D292FA523EE6C424FF92.
Once you have started the tool and opened the SY0055.BIO file in, click on Tools and then Options. Check (enable) option Enable callback category of protected settings. This will enable the modification of parameters that were (previously) not underlined.
In the Settings window, browse to Devices, Onboard Devices and then Onboard Device Config. In the entry for Near Field Communication (NFC), click on the Don't Change value in the Current Column and select Enable. Do not worry about the contents of the other columns (including Hide).
After making any other changes that you want, save the updated .BIO file. Then, use the F7 method to install the new version of the .BIO file. During the reboot in this process, you will be asked to accept the application of the configuration changes.
Hope this helps,
Thanks for your help. But it seems doesn't work.
I Changed the NFC setting like this:
save, and flash this file into BIOS, It prompt me:
I pressed '9', and flash process goes on. When process completed, NUC restart automaticly.
At last. BIOS change NOTHING. The NFC option still disappear from the view.
Is there something I did wrong?
The information I provided was how to enable support for NFC in the BIOS, not how to display this option in BIOS Setup (Visual BIOS). I do not believe that there is a way to enable the display of this option; since it was not previous marked as hidden within the BIO file, there is nothing to change to say unhide it.
I can't comment much on the driver situation; I haven't tried using a NFC solution, so I don't know what the issues are. My only suggestion is to uninstall both drivers, reboot (important!) and then install the drivers again.
Hope this helps,
I don't think this problem was related to the NFC module.
Whether or not the NFC module works, the driver of NUC on Windows should works first.
I have several NFC modules, such as NXP NT3H1101. If these modules not compatible with NUC, I can develop a middle-module to be compatible. It's easy, just I2C and several control pin.