I'm going to try flashing this later tonight. I tried all night last night to get NFC working on my d2vzw, but failed time after time. I'll note what mine was doing for future reference.
I was initially on stock Touchwiz (VRALHD). I rooted, unlocked, and flashed recovery following this guide (http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1762709
) step-by-step. I downloaded the newly released 'stable' CM10 (10.0.0) and flashed it along with gapps.
When booted, I followed the steps in this guide (http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1764428
) to edit the build.prop file and flash Google Wallet. Everything was going smoothly until GW told me NFC was turned off and ask if I wanted to go to Settings to change it. I did, and the option to turn NFC was available (able to be checked). When I checked the box to turn it on, the option for NFC and Android Beam grayed out and never came back. I proceeded back to GW to continue the process, but no dice. It just kept saying NFC was turned off. I uninstalled GW and tried reflashing CM10 and gapps again. This time, the option for NFC was grayed out from the beginning. So, I used Odin to return to stock ICS, re-rooted, unlocked, and flashed recovery again. Before I was finished, I turned NFC on to see if that would help. I re-flashed CM10 and gapps again. Same thing as last time.
I ended up sitting up until about 1:30 playing around with this, but finally admitted defeat and returned to TW. Hopefully this will work because I love CM10.
[UPDATE] I tried going through the whole process again (root, unlock, recovery, flash CM10/gapps). It showed NFC was available upon initial boot. I rebooted into recovery, flashed the possible_nfc_fix zip, and when it booted up, I lost both wifi and NFC. I'm not going back to TW again, but I hope we can figure something out.
Edited by Quattro, 14 November 2012 - 05:31 PM.