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[APP] Google Wallet (APK: 1.1-R57v5, Play Store: 1.1-R57v5) [09/03/2012]

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23rd April 2012, 10:05 AM   |  #2271  
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Originally Posted by frenzy757

Help: Installed on a Verizon Galaxy Nexus. When I put in my password and it is authorizing, it boots back to the home screen where I can "learn more" or "continue" then it goes again to the licensing agreement page, then back to the log in, then back to the home screen.

Any thoughts?

it did that to me the other day when i flashed aokp 33, try rebooting the phone and then going back into wallet
23rd April 2012, 12:10 PM   |  #2272  
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Anybody have any luck with the touch screen Coke vending machines? I tried about 4 times and it just kept telling me "CARD DECLINED"

Worked for me the other day on second try. First was on edge and it sent but didn't deduct my money. Second time on 3G worked perfect. Those machines are very cool btw.

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24th April 2012, 08:19 AM   |  #2273  
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Worked for me the other day on second try. First was on edge and it sent but didn't deduct my money. Second time on 3G worked perfect. Those machines are very cool btw.

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yea i will be honest, with little to no data it gets a bit sketchy and can scare you. it takes a bit to kick in and gave me a scare the other day when i bought something for my gf's bday in the downstairs macys as for some odd reason i had like no service down there but perfection on the 2nd and 3rd floors
24th April 2012, 08:30 AM   |  #2274  
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Looks like the new sprint folks are getting a 50 buck bonus with a new wallet account. According to @Android twitter. Sucks Verizon can't even get basic support.

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24th April 2012, 10:24 AM   |  #2275  
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Looks like the new sprint folks are getting a 50 buck bonus with a new wallet account. According to @Android twitter. Sucks Verizon can't even get basic support.

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10 bucks like us at first, 40 at a later date

and thats what they get for their carrier being the only one that didnt sign with damn Isis
24th April 2012, 04:43 PM   |  #2276  
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It's because you shouldn't have to. I've flashed multiple CM nightlies with no Google Wallet problems. Note: I just wipe Dalvik cache. AOKP flashers may need to wipe data because it's less of a stable ROM.
Wallet is just a novelty I'm tiring of as it's just not accepted many places. The point is to make a physical wallet unnecessary but it's far from that vision. The fact that there are even Secure Element issues further support that point.

You have to wipe data when moving major android versions or changing large portions of the framework etc. That's why AOKP reccomends data wipe with each flash. Regardless, I came from stock 4.0.2 to AOKP 4.0.4 which is why I had to wipe, you'd have to do the same flashing most any ROM at that point.

Google Wallet is accepted almost anywhere around here (Rochester, NY) because almost everybody has paypass terminals now. In fact it's rare that I CAN'T use wallet.

However now I can't use it all. I'm very surprised no one has figured out a way to fix this yet.
24th April 2012, 05:45 PM   |  #2277  
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However now I can't use it all. I'm very surprised no one has figured out a way to fix this yet.

If you're talking about secure element issues: the secure element locks itself and I believe it's permanent. That's why nobody has figured out a way to fix it yet.
24th April 2012, 08:23 PM   |  #2278  
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You have to wipe data when moving major android versions or changing large portions of the framework etc. That's why AOKP reccomends data wipe with each flash. Regardless, I came from stock 4.0.2 to AOKP 4.0.4 which is why I had to wipe, you'd have to do the same flashing most any ROM at that point.

Yes, I reset Google Wallet before wiping data when flashing from stock to CM9. It's just a bit of a hassle to have to do it when flashing nightlies which is why I'm running CM9 instead of AOKP.

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Google Wallet is accepted almost anywhere around here (Rochester, NY) because almost everybody has paypass terminals now. In fact it's rare that I CAN'T use wallet.

PayPass penetration has probably only reached 5-10% of all POS systems nationwide. Eric Schmidt of Google suggested last June that 1 in 3 POS terminals would support NFC within a year but those numbers seem far off. Additionally, Wallet is only compatible with Citi credit cards and two or three phones. Wallet is dying, to be honest.

Google's only hope is that the NFC POS that Isis will use is compatible with Google Wallet. It's rolling out soon and hopefully it will hasten the penetration of NFC POS systems. Also, one wonders what Apple will do but they're usually late to the game.

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However now I can't use it all. I'm very surprised no one has figured out a way to fix this yet.

For everyone's sake, I hope that Google can fix this in a future update. Good luck.
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24th April 2012, 08:28 PM   |  #2279  
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You can now download and install the Google Wallet directly from Play Store no hacks needed. I just downloaded onto my Galaxy Nexus few minutes ago
24th April 2012, 08:44 PM   |  #2280  
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You can now download and install the Google Wallet directly from Play Store no hacks needed. I just downloaded onto my Galaxy Nexus few minutes ago

Just tried it on T-Mobile and it works!
But I forgot to wipe my old Wallet after flashing a new ROM and am not getting the secure element error...
I think restoring a backup of Wallet from before the flash, wiping Wallet and redownloading will fix it. Can anyone confirm?

Edit: obviously that just restores the apk -_-'' time to restore a full backup and wipe wallet. Thanks for the how to in the OP

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