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Android Pay

  1. leemartin
    Lollipop Aug 12, 2015


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  2. Sobakel
    Gingerbread Aug 12, 2015


  3. welshmikie
    Froyo Aug 12, 2015

    welshmikie , Aug 12, 2015 :
    Yep it's a chip. So not having a nfc chip in the phone is not a big deal. An jus a work around
     

  4. opo_tunity
    Jelly Bean Aug 12, 2015

    opo_tunity , Aug 12, 2015 :
    Providing somebody not with Barclays is will to move banks :)
     

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  5. Nielsdeboer
    Cupcake Aug 12, 2015

  6. sjketchen
    Honeycomb Aug 12, 2015

  7. welshmikie
    Froyo Aug 12, 2015


  8. opo_tunity
    Jelly Bean Aug 12, 2015

    opo_tunity , Aug 12, 2015 :
    That's still technically easier than trying to get NFC on a OP2 device, the whole moving banks thing :)
     

  9. kilburnjh
    Gingerbread Aug 12, 2015

    kilburnjh , Aug 12, 2015 :
    Thanks for the tip. I was misinformed. Comment updated (or removed, whatever...)
     

  10. opo_tunity
    Jelly Bean Aug 12, 2015

    opo_tunity , Aug 12, 2015 :
    NP :)
     

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  11. mosesv26
    Jelly Bean Aug 12, 2015

    mosesv26 , Aug 12, 2015 :
    Android pay is still a bit away, I use the Starbucks app and scan my screen, and don't care for NFC if this changes in the future I will consider getting an NFC phone but right now I'm cool without it.
     

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  12. pkcable
    Gingerbread Aug 12, 2015

    pkcable , Aug 12, 2015 :
    Not sure if this counts for anything but I have yet to use Apple Pay, nor have I ever used the NFC in my BlackBerry or previous Androids! Other than to test it and see what it was.
     

  13. p51d007
    KitKat Aug 24, 2015


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  14. gstoltzfus
    Gingerbread Sep 22, 2015

    gstoltzfus , Sep 22, 2015 :
    See that's my whole issue with Android oay. They are trying to solve a problem that doesn't exist and are actually creating a new problem by creating an even bigger data base of card info that could be potentially be hacked. Am I wrong about that. Does Android pay suddenly create a completely secure payment method.
     

  15. Riseup13
    Honeycomb Sep 22, 2015

    Riseup13 , Sep 22, 2015 :
    In theory it is more secure because you actual card data is not shared with every retailer you swipe it at.
     

  16. gstoltzfus
    Gingerbread Sep 23, 2015

    gstoltzfus , Sep 23, 2015 :
    True but can you name one truely secure database in the world. All they have done is create a bugger target.
     

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