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Not sure if anyone has noticed....but on 4.4 Wallet does not give any errors during set up. I am S-Off, Super CID on ARHD 40.3 and I am on TMOUS. Have not gotten an opportunity to test yet...
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It's been discussed. It works on 4.4

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so does that mean the Secure Element is out the window?
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so does that mean the Secure Element is out the window?
Google virtualized it, not sure if that means a physical implementation is going to go away entirely, but so far seems to be working.

http://www.smartinsights.net/Secure-...Secure-Element
 
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Google virtualized it, not sure if that means a physical implementation is going to go away entirely, but so far seems to be working.

http://www.smartinsights.net/Secure-...Secure-Element
Cool thank you for the article.

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Not sure if anyone has noticed....but on 4.4 Wallet does not give any errors during set up. I am S-Off, Super CID on ARHD 40.3 and I am on TMOUS. Have not gotten an opportunity to test yet...
Yeah Google has said that for android 4.4 and up every device with a NFC chip will work with tap and pay because it no longer needs to look for the secure element or something like that but yeah it works been using it for a while now love it.
 
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Now for them to release it in other parts of the world and really put a push behind NFC payments.

Putting my flame-retardant clothes on, but if Apple were to 'invent' tap and pay with their next device, the whole world would move very quickly to get on the bandwagon. Google should have similar ambitions.
 
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Now for them to release it in other parts of the world and really put a push behind NFC payments.

Putting my flame-retardant clothes on, but if Apple were to 'invent' tap and pay with their next device, the whole world would move very quickly to get on the bandwagon. Google should have similar ambitions.
And then they'll sue Google for copyright infringement.

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