I have an ACR122U-A9 NFC Reader that I am trying to have connect to Kali Linux (that is running as a Virtual Machine on Windows 10).
However I am having some issue with having
nfc-scan-device recognize this device.
The first bit of trouble is that I see the device showing up as a couple removable devices.
If I connect the 'Advanced Card ACR122U PICC Interface' device and run
nfc-scan-device -v, it says "1 NFC Device Found:" but does not provide any information on the device.
pcsc_scan does not return anything for this device.
If I connect the 'Shared ACS ACR122 0' device,
pcsc_scan is able to recognize Reader 0 as 'VMware Virtual USB CCID 00 00' but
nfc-scan-device -v returns no NFC Devices found.
What am I doing wrong? I installed the
libacsccid1_1.1.6-1~bpo8+1_amd64.deb driver from /ACS-Unified-PKG-Lnx-116-P/acsccid_linux_bin-1.1.6/debian/jessie/ (from ACS' driver website)