I appeared to have it working. The setup of a card went fine. Even got the email that I've added a device to my google wallet. The next day it stopped working with "Not supported. Unfortunately, Google Wallet is not yet available for your device or mobile network". I tried grabbing the apk from the zip1/zip2 files that isn't supposed to check for the device, but it didn't help. I put the file in the system/app folder (and changed permissions). Was I supposed to also put it in the data/app folder?
When doing stuff like this, you really need to read through the thread. Unsupported devise only means your rooted. It will still work. If you put it in data it will not work. You need to start over again. Just use the flashes, dont take anything out.
Few of things here.
- The unsupported device message didn't allow any way to continue with the app at all. So, no, it doesn't work.
- "Putting it in data" was a question. I didn't do it. And it still wasn't working.
- I can't flash anything without a custom recovery, UNLESS I can use the update.zip method with the stock recovery. I'm rooted but still using a stock recovery. So "using the flashes" isn't an option. If *YOU* read through the thread, there were suggestions on how to do this with pulling the apk out of the zip files for JUST this use-case.
Sorry to impose but I'm a newbie with Android and rooting but I was able to root my samsung Galaxy S3 I747 ATT but not confident trying to flash a rom yet. I was wondering though why u were having to flash Google Wallet?
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