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Android Pay cannot be used

  1. HTK
    Honeycomb Sep 22, 2015

    HTK , Sep 22, 2015 :
    Just disable superuser in app manager and reboot. You should be able to use it.
     

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  2. ouyamaster
    Honeycomb Sep 22, 2015

    ouyamaster , Sep 22, 2015 :
    App manager? Disabled it inside super su pro app, check mark. Didn't reboot afterwards.
    A lot to go through.

    Just doing what I did android pay asked for a pin wouldn't take it then rebooted.

    If you really think your way will work I might try again when I have time.

    Humm you mean click on disable in app manager then reboot?
     

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  3. Jporrata
    Froyo Sep 23, 2015

    Jporrata , Sep 23, 2015 :
    Historically? Been using Google wallet on rooted and romed phones since release. This is the first time I've had a problem. The OS cant access the secure element that's why it's secure.
     

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  4. ouyamaster
    Honeycomb Sep 23, 2015

    ouyamaster , Sep 23, 2015 :
    I'm thinking since the card wouldn't add at all without unchecking enable super su in super su pro that hitting disable in apps probably won't work either. Not sure if I want to disable it under apps because paying with my phone would be cool to have. But can disabling super su under app accidentally unroot me or brick my phone? Just asking because I had a hard time getting this phone rooted in the first place. My brother in law has a rooted nexus 6 and has none of these issues. It works perfectly for him. Another reason why my next phone will be a nexus. The random hardware and software bugs on this phone with almost no support. Messenger keeps randomly exiting unless I delete all conversations on certain contacts.
     
    Last edited: Sep 23, 2015

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  6. PaulF8080
    Gingerbread Sep 23, 2015

    PaulF8080 , Sep 23, 2015 :
    I used SuperSU a long tine ago, but seem to remember it only runs on a rooted phone(unlocked bootloader). If so, apparently Google and all credit card companies don't want hacked phones accessing their accounts. I don't root anymore so I could be way off.
     

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  7. zatarregaza
    Donut Sep 24, 2015

    zatarregaza , Sep 24, 2015 :
    Just to be clear... The default DPI is 400 (the ro.sf.lcd_density setting in build.prop), right? I changed it to 400 from 480 and unchecked Enable Superuser and rebooted. Still will not accept any card I try to enter.

    Side note: changing to 400 dpi made my icons smaller than they were before and the phone seems quicker and more responsive. Not sure how any of that is related.
     

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  8. LCOSTA17
    Gingerbread Sep 24, 2015


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  9. pro9c3
    Honeycomb Sep 24, 2015

    pro9c3 , Sep 24, 2015 :
    No, what you had originally was the default DPI, 480.
     

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  10. leemartin
    Lollipop Sep 24, 2015


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  11. t_waran
    Cupcake Sep 24, 2015


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  12. Mrreed98
    Honeycomb Sep 24, 2015

    Mrreed98 , Sep 24, 2015 :
    I haven't tested it on my OPO, but it's working flawlessly on my Axon Pro. I might have to break out the OPO and test it out. It's rooted, running stock COS 12.1
     

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  13. zatarregaza
    Donut Sep 24, 2015

    zatarregaza , Sep 24, 2015 :
    Your Axon Pro is rooted I assume?
     

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  14. Mrreed98
    Honeycomb Sep 25, 2015


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  15. nobelium76
    KitKat Sep 25, 2015


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  16. TheRad1
    Honeycomb Sep 25, 2015

    TheRad1 , Sep 25, 2015 :
    Not me...running AOSParadox Project 1.0 w/EggCAF kernel and blocking SU.
     
    Last edited: Sep 25, 2015

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  17. t_waran
    Cupcake Sep 26, 2015

  18. cungsyu
    Cupcake Sep 27, 2015

    cungsyu , Sep 27, 2015 :
    I've followed blaw2's instructions to a T and having unrooted my phone and reset DPI back to 480, I was able to get a card added successfully. However, once I go back to 400 DPI, I'm not able to add any cards.

    Blaw2 hasn't replied (yet) to update if they've gotten Android Pay to work at that default DPI (or at a modified DPI). I'm in China at the moment so I can't test it myself (no NFC here). Has anyone who has successfully added a card to Android Pay on their OPO managed to use tap and pay with a non-default DPI? Would anyone be willing/able to give it a go?
     

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  19. laanrobe
    Honeycomb Sep 28, 2015

    laanrobe , Sep 28, 2015 :
    I am on stock COS 12.1. Upgraded to Android Pay after having used Google Wallet with no problems at different retailers (Walgreens, BJ's). Could only upload cards once I reverted back to standard LCD density (480 DPI). Have not managed to get Android Pay to work for payments at different retailers (McDonald's, BJ's). Today at McDonald's the OPO just froze and rebooted. I have a screen lock, so not clear why it's not working, so for those of you with rooted phones, don't get your hopes up too high...

    I will check with my banks to see if they need to enable Android Pay on my cards (AMEX and VISA).
     

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  20. DanDuke641
    Honeycomb Sep 28, 2015

    DanDuke641 , Sep 28, 2015 :
    That's the same type of issues in having on my stock, unrooted OPO running COS12.1.
    I'm fairly sure, given that cos is barely a certified rom that Android Pay is always going to have issues. Google has locked Android Pay down pretty hard to gain the confidence of the retailers and banks.