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Default Got an Email from Google Wallet

Been messing around trying to get google wallet to work all day. I've been running into the same problems as everyone else. But, i just got an email from at noreply@wallet.google.com! Its stuck at Initializing your device then it fcs after a while. I'm going to keep trying to get it working.
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We need source, if you read my changelog you would know why.

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We need source, if you read my changelog you would know why.

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So, in order to fix the "No SMX Detected" error we need to get NFC libs that have SmartMX enabled and don't break NFC.

I know wallet was working on the international One X in the Modaco forums. Does the One XL share the same NFC hardware as the One X?

I know they have different processors; but, was unsure if the NFC hardware is different too.
 
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So, in order to fix the "No SMX Detected" error we need to get NFC libs that have SmartMX enabled and don't break NFC.

I know wallet was working on the international One X in the Modaco forums. Does the One XL share the same NFC hardware as the One X?

I know they have different processors; but, was unsure if the NFC hardware is different too.
Yes and no. I was testing the libs from that phone and the EVO LTE but no dice. Some would break NFC some would just fc.

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Yes and no. I was testing the libs from that phone and the EVO LTE but no dice. Some would break NFC some would just fc.

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Yeah, I tried the libs from the international OneX last night and found that out too.

Maybe we could ask HTC if they could recompile the libs with the header turned on.
I know when i was at the Aria forum we, and other people, petitioned Qualcomm to compile their user space library for ARMv6 after they only released them compiled for ARMv7, and they actually did it was awesome! Gave us the best hardware acceleration I'd seen on that little phone. :P Props to Qualcomm BTW. But maybe we could see if HTC could do something similar.
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Default NFC Secure Element

Could these patches be applied to the OneXL kernel source to enable the Secure Element and enable card emulation so wallet could work?

http://nemik.net/code/android-nfc/Nfc-app.diff
http://nemik.net/code/android-nfc/libnfc-nxp.diff

It was written for the Nexus S which uses the same nfc chip that the One XL uses, the PN544.
At the very least, maybe it could be modified to work with the HOX.
 
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If we should petition anyone it should be att? aren't they the ones who aren't allowing it to be used on the hox? Yeah it would be sweet if you guys could get it working though.... Wait someone should start a petition especially considering I'm sure it was a way to sell more s3s well now they wanna sell hox+ so maybe they would be willing to listen

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Att is moving forward with Isis instead of Google wallet. I predict you won't see Google wallet on any att devices, officially anyway.

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Att is moving forward with Isis instead of Google wallet. I predict you won't see Google wallet on any att devices, officially anyway.

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Unfortunately I agree with you. I hate at&t.

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Default Re: Working Google Wallet (Galaxy S3 Method)

Any chance s-off could help with these issues?

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