I have a NFC-Tag (FeliCa), where I store a URL to an image. (something like
https://www.google.de/images/branding/googlelogo/2x/googlelogo_color_272x92dp.png for example). This Tag is emulated by a
ACR1252U USB NFC-Reader, but for any Android smartphone it behaves like any real physical tag.
When I approach my Android 4.4-Smartphone, to the (emulated) tag, it automatically opens my Browser-App, and browses to image-link.
So far so good.
However my goal is, that the Android smartphone does not open the image in the browser, but saves the image to the storage and / or displays it in the image-gallery app of the Android phone. I want to achieve this, with as few steps as possible.
For sure there has to be some prompt for the user "Do you want to save that image" or something. But how can I achieve this? How do I have to store the image-link on the nfc-tag, that the image opens in the gallery instead the browser?