Notice: Undefined index: order_next_posts in /nas/content/live/gadgetmag/wp-content/plugins/smart-scroll-posts/smart-scroll-posts.php on line 194

Notice: Undefined index: post_link_target in /nas/content/live/gadgetmag/wp-content/plugins/smart-scroll-posts/smart-scroll-posts.php on line 195

Notice: Undefined index: posts_featured_size in /nas/content/live/gadgetmag/wp-content/plugins/smart-scroll-posts/smart-scroll-posts.php on line 196

Use NFC tags to control when Wi-Fi and Bluetooth can work with Condi

Use the Condi app to streamline and automate your Wi-Fi and Bluetooth usage.

NFC tags have been around for ages, but still remain one of the best ways to automate certain aspects of your phone. Alongside the Condi app, NFC tags can be used to automate your Wi-Fi and Bluetooth usage. Check out the following tutorial to find out more.

This tutorial first appeared in Android Magazine. For more tips, tricks and tutorials for all things Android, buy the latest issue here.


  1. Step1_1

    Create a new task

    Press the + button at the top of the app to create a new task and on the following screen, select the Connectivity and Sensors option near the bottom of the list.

  2. Step2_1

    Select Wi-Fi or Bluetooth

    Now choose Bluetooth or Wi-Fi from the list provided. You can also apply strict rules to your device’s other sensors, including the likes of NFC and GPS usage.

  3. Step3_1

    Select timings

    Select the times you want your Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection to be enabled, as well as the days you want the rule to take effect, before pressing Done at the bottom.