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Default Working Google Wallet (Galaxy S3 Method)

Any intrepid soul want to give this a shot? We have the same SOC.

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I was considering it but I am too scared...

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This would be awesome. I have wallet on my nexus 7 but wish i had it on my HOX
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Went ahead and flashed it for the fun of it. Constant fc's of nfc service upon reboot. Oh well.

I didn't expect it to work since it did say it required the touchwiz framework. nandroid ftw
 
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Went ahead and flashed it for the fun of it. Constant fc's of nfc service upon reboot. Oh well.

I didn't expect it to work since it did say it required the touchwiz framework. nandroid ftw
Yeag. We all wish. Ugh

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dont flash that guys, ive been playing with the google wallet for a while now with no luck, looks like we need 4.0.4 source before we can continue.

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I/NfcExecutionEnvironmentManagerImpl( 4152): Wakelock released @ 1343759427602 ms.
I/NfcExecutionEnvironmentManagerImpl( 4152): Wakelock acquired @ 1343759427604 ms.
D/NFC-HCI ( 1613): HTC: phLibNfc_SE_GetSecureElementList
E/NFC JNI ( 1613): phLibNfc_SE_GetSecureElementList(): No SMX detected
E/ThermalDaemon(  231): ACTION: HOTPLUG critical failsafe cleared - Sensor 'tsens_tz_sensor2' - temperature 45, mpdecision_active
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Anyone think the new Wallet update will.make it easier to get it working on the One X? Since the card info is now in the cloud, I don't see why phone/carrier should matter anymore.

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Correct me if I'm wrong but I believe the new Google Wallet still uses the secure element portion of the NFC chip which we cannot use because we do not have the proper keys for this device. Without it we cannot write data to the secure element and thus can't process google wallet transactions.
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Correct me if I'm wrong but I believe the new Google Wallet still uses the secure element portion of the NFC chip which we cannot use because we do not have the proper keys for this device. Without it we cannot write data to the secure element and thus can't process google wallet transactions.
That's my understanding as well. It's not just the ROM; the NFC chip has to be able to set up a secure connection to the receiver.

But AT&T is allowing it on the GNex and the SGSIII, so who knows?

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