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09-05-2012 02:56 AM
I am developping NFC applications for different platforms and I am used to android. With both platforms you can send and receive 7816-4 APDU. In android, i can check if the smartphone (NFC Chip inside), on which this app is running, supports extended 7816-4 APDUs (APDUs longer than 256 byte/with more length fields).
For BlackBerry I do not find such a function. Does this mean, that every length of an APDU is supported, or is there an maximum length.
09-11-2012 12:33 PM - edited 09-11-2012 12:35 PM
It's my understanding that BlackBerry OS 7 supports APDUs of up to 255 bytes.
Are you talking to a secure element or an external entity?