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[Solved] Google Pay is not working after update to OxygenOs 10

  1. hexbug74
    Donut Nov 5, 2019

    hexbug74 , Nov 5, 2019 :
    After update with oxygen updater to oxygenos10, google pay stopped working. When i try to add new card, there is an error that my device is modified or have root access. But my device is 100% stock.

    update

    Go to settings-security-google play system update. Then install all the updates.

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    Last edited: Nov 5, 2019

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  2. hexbug74
    Donut Nov 5, 2019

    hexbug74 , Nov 5, 2019 :
    I tryed restoring to default settings with entire wipe but no luck so far.
     

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  3. StopItRawr
    Ice Cream Sandwich Nov 5, 2019

    StopItRawr , Nov 5, 2019 :
    It may be worth contacting OnePlus support in your country.

    There's no unknown apps or malware that may have been installed that mayt cause this?

    Either way, it'll need someone from OnePlus to help and this is a customer forum, go here: https://www.oneplus.com/global/support
     

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  4. michaelsage
    Donut Nov 5, 2019

    michaelsage , Nov 5, 2019 :
    Facing the same issue on my OnePlus 6 after the Android 10 upgrade. Looking at the firmware announcement thread this is a problem a number of users are facing (all stock, none rooted)
     

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  5. hexbug74
    Donut Nov 5, 2019


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  6. gmoore0303
    Donut Nov 5, 2019

    gmoore0303 , via OnePlus 6 , Nov 5, 2019 :
    I am facing the same issue after a fresh install with my OnePlus 6. Google Pay thinks my device is altered or rooted in some kind of way.
     

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  7. StopItRawr
    Ice Cream Sandwich Nov 5, 2019

    StopItRawr , Nov 5, 2019 :
    Yep, it's all linked to the same system.

    Contact OnePlus support, nobody here can fix this.
     

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  8. Gav_W86
    Moderator Moderator Nov 5, 2019


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  9. michaelsage
    Donut Nov 5, 2019


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  10. Cervantes
    Moderator Moderator Nov 5, 2019

    Cervantes , Nov 5, 2019 :
    Hi
    Oxygen updater it is not unofficial application
    The operating system of a phone is not like an application that You can update by play store

    I do not use it, it is advisable to wait for the system to notify you of the update
     

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  11. elanglois
    Lollipop Nov 5, 2019

    elanglois , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Nov 5, 2019 :
    I can!

    Root the device and use Magisk Hide. Google Pay will then work fine [e]1f603[/e]
     

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  12. elanglois
    Lollipop Nov 5, 2019

    elanglois , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Nov 5, 2019 :
    Oxygen Updater doesn't update your phone. It just tracks the download links so you can download the update. The actual update process is done using the system's updater.

    It's safe and installs only official updates.
     

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  13. elanglois
    Lollipop Nov 5, 2019

    elanglois , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Nov 5, 2019 :
    Wrong. NFC has nothing to do with Google's security checks. NFC works fine.
     

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  14. Max.Mar
    Jelly Bean Nov 5, 2019

    Max.Mar , Nov 5, 2019 :
    OH yeah sure.. For that one just have to unlock the bootloader.. Flash the twrp.. And then Magisk..simple. Because this gentleman thinks everybody is very well versed and equipped with such kind of knowledge.
    Mr. Techie
     

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  15. brnogu
    Eclair Nov 5, 2019


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  16. TheDzik
    Eclair Nov 5, 2019


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  17. elanglois
    Lollipop Nov 5, 2019

    elanglois , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Nov 5, 2019 :
    I said I could. I didn't say it was easy.

    And its best to boot twrp without flashing it
     

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  18. StopItRawr
    Ice Cream Sandwich Nov 5, 2019

    StopItRawr , Nov 5, 2019 :
    Fair point. Ok, anything that requires Googles SafetyNet then (Banking apps and the like), happy? :p

    My brain honestly went pft there, apologies.
     

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  19. StopItRawr
    Ice Cream Sandwich Nov 5, 2019

    StopItRawr , Nov 5, 2019 :
    Well, yes, but I assume people asking here aren't also a regular over at our friends at XDA.

    Because if they were, they'd have probably already done this!
     

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  20. elanglois
    Lollipop Nov 5, 2019

    elanglois , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Nov 5, 2019 :
    Yes, Oneplus occasionally releases updates before Google's SafetyNet testing goes online. If you just wait, the problem will fix itself in time.

    Since I root my phone, I don't have to worry about it. Odd that rooting the device is the fix for erroneously detecting root, but that's today's tech.
     

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