Mobile devices
Mobile devices
Here you'll find a list of mobile devices, which can be used for the online identification function.

Supportet Android devices

NFC and Extended Length
The basic requirement for using a smartphone is that the device used supports NFC. It is also necessary for the communication that "Extended Length" is supported by both the NFC chip and the firmware of the respective device manufacturer.

Unfortunately, not all mobile devices have these requirements, so we have an overview of supported devices for you.

Automatic NFC check
There is an automatic check in AusweisApp2 which tells you whether your device has the necessary NFC interface or not. If the test is negative, a Bluetooth card reader must be used.

Unfortunately, not all mobile devices have these prequesites, so we will povide you with a list of supported devices.

News NFC specification
We are hoping that with a new NFC specification from mid 2017 onwards, all mobile device manufacturers will only produce devices which support Extended Length. The number of suitable devices wil thus gradually increase.

Test and share your results
The list is updated daily. Your feedback is also included. It is possible that devices, initially declared as „non-functioning“, will work after a firmware update. Please do not hesitate to contact us, if your device works. Please inform us about the exact device information (model and firmeware version). You can also do this conveniently using the „Report an error“ feature in the app.

Alternative to NFC: Bluetooth card reader
The cyberJack wave from manufacturer Reiner SCT is a card reader suitable for the online identification function which supports Bluetooth and can therefore be used with mobile devices.

Very good /good stability

Amazon
- Fire Phone

BlackBerry
- DTEK50
- DTEK60
- KEYone (Android 7.1.1)

BQ
- Aquaris X (Firmware 1.3.5)
- Aquaris X5 Plus

CAT
-
S40
- S60 (Android 6.0.1)

Huawei
- GX8/G8
- Honor 5C
- Honor 6+ (Firmware Build PE-TL10C432B571)
- Honor 8
- nova
- P8 Lite
- P9 (Lite)
- P10

HTC
- One M8
- One M8s

Lenovo
- Moto G5 Plus (Android 7.0)
- Moto Z
- Moto Z Play (Android 7.0)
- Vibe Z2

LG
- G2 L-01F (g2)
- G3
- G4
- G5
- K220 (X Power, Android 6.0)
- Stylus 2

Mobistel
- Cynus E6

Nokia
- Nokia 5 (Android 7.1.1)

OnePlus- OnePlus 3

Samsung
- Galaxy J5 (Android 5.1.1, 6.0.1)
- Galaxy Note 2 (Android 4.4.2)
- Galaxy S3
- Galaxy S5 (Android 6.0.1)
- Galaxy S6 (Android 7.0 Nougat)
- Galaxy S7 (Android 7.0 Nougat)
- Galaxy S7 Edge (Android 7.0 Nougat)
- Galaxy S8
- Galaxy S8+

Sony
- Xperia E5
- Xperia M4
- Xperia M5
- Xperia T2 Ultra
- Xperia Z1 Compact (Android 5.1.1)
- Xperia Z3 (Tablet und Smartphone)
- Xperia Z3 Compact
- Xperia Z4 (Tablet und Smartphone)
- Xperia Z5 Compact

Vodafone
- Smart 4G
- Smart Platinum 7 (VFD-900)
- Smart Ultra 6

ZTE
- Axon 7

Average stability

HTC
- One M9

Huawei
- Mate 8
- Mate 9
- Mate S

OnePlus
- OnePlus 3T
- OnePlus 5
- OnePlus One (OxygenOS 2.1.4)

Samsung
-
Galaxy S5
- Galaxy Tab Active

Sony
- Xperia XZ
- Xperia Z1
- Xperia Z2

Vodafone
- 890N

Not enough stability / Connection not possible

Alcatel

- Alcatel Onetouch IDOL-3

Asus
-
Zenfone 2
- Padfone 2

BlackBerry
- PRIV

Blackview
- BV6000

BQ

- Aquaris M5

Dell
- Dell Tablet

Fairphone
- Fairphone 2 (Android 6.0.1)

Google

- Pixel (XL)

HTC

- 10
- One M7
- Nexus 7 Tablet
- Nexus 9 Tablet

LG /Google
- Nexus 4
- Nexus 5
- Nexus 5X
- Nexus 6
- Nexus 6P
- Nexus 9

Motorola
- Moto X Force
- Moto X Play

OnePlus
- Oneplus One (Cyanogen OS 13.1.2)

Samsung
- Galaxy Alpha
- Galaxy A3
- Galaxy A5
- Galaxy J1 (Android 5.1.1)
- Galaxy Nexus 3
- Galaxy Note 3
- Galaxy Note 4
- Galaxy Note Edge
- Galaxy S3 Neo
- Galaxy S4 (mini, I9500 mit Lineage OS7.1.2)
- Galaxy S5 (mini, neo)
- Galaxy S6 (bis Android 6.0.1)
- Galaxy S7 Duos (Android 7.0)
- Galaxy xcover3
- Nexus 10 Tablet

Sony
Xperia M1
Xperia M2
Xperia X (Modell F5121 auch mit Android 7.0)
Xperia Z (SGP321)

Timmy
- E86

Xiaomi
- m5