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[MOD] Patched Google Wallet (Updated: 5/7/13) ***New Thread***

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30th January 2013, 03:45 PM   |  #1  
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Patched Google Wallet for Verizon Galaxy S III



Description: As a continuation of tonu42's [MOD] Latest Google Wallet (11/29/12) thread, since unfortunately the OP can no longer update his work for personal reasons I have created a separate thread where I will be updating the mods whenever Paul updates his patched Google Wallet apk. Just like tonu42 I will be repacking Paul's apk along with the appropriate mod files whenever an update to Google Wallet is available.

Latest Download (Version R96 v16)

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TouchWiz Only - Download Link
AOSP Only - Download Link


How to Apply Mod

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Method A

1. Make sure you have no Google Wallet pre-installed, or if you do, reset data on it
2. Once you have reset the data, go to the Wallet app in your Application Manager
3. If you see "Uninstall Updates", select that button, but if you see "Disable" button leave it alone
4. Using a root explorer and text editor, change build.prop lines to correspond to this

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ro.product.model=Galaxy Nexus
ro.product.name=yakju
ro.product.device=maguro
5. Keep an old version as a backup
6. Copy the TouchWiz or AOSP zip file for the mod to your phone/SD Card
7. Reboot into your recovery and flash the Google Wallet mod
8. Boot back into the OS and open Xposed Installer app (should be installed after flash)
9. Select "Install/Update" and allow root access if it asks
10. Reboot your device
11. Download and install Paul's Xposed Wallet apk
12. Launch Xposed Installer app again and go to the "Modules" tab
13. Enable the module by checking the checkbox for it
14. Reboot your device again
15. Now open Google Wallet and setup everything as needed (PIN/Security/Cards, etc...)
16. After it is all setup and working, change your modified build.prop back to the below lines
Code:
ro.product.model=SCH-I535
ro.product.name=d2vzw
ro.product.device=d2vzw
17. Reboot your phone normally one last time and you will be all set

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Method B

1. Make sure you have no Google Wallet pre-installed, or if you do, reset data on it
2. Once you have reset the data, go to the Wallet app in your Application Manager
3. If you see "Uninstall Updates", select that button, but if you see "Disable" button leave it alone
4. Download "scripts.zip" file attached to OP below
5. Extract it on your computer
6. Install GScript Lite app from the Play Store
7. Make a folder on your Internal Storage (not SD Card) called "gscript"
8. Copy both scripts over to this folder
9. Launch GScript Lite
10. Add the scripts into the app (Menu key, Add Script, Load file, etc..)
11. Edit.sh will edit build.prop to modified and Stock.sh brings it back to stock
12. Run the Edit script (it's okay if GScript force closes)
13. Copy the TouchWiz or AOSP zip file for the mod to your phone/SD Card
14. Reboot into your recovery and flash the Google Wallet mod
15. Boot back into the OS and open Xposed Installer app (should be installed after flash)
16. Select "Install/Update" and allow root access if it asks
17. Reboot your device again
18. Download and install Paul's Xposed Wallet apk
19. Launch Xposed Installer app again and go to the "Modules" tab
20. Enable the module by checking the checkbox for it
21. Reboot your device again
22. Now open Google Wallet and setup everything as needed (PIN/Security/Cards, etc...)
23. After it is all setup, launch GScript Lite and run the Stock.sh script
24. Reboot your phone normally one last time and you will be all set


When Changing Roms

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1. Open Google Wallet
2. Press the Menu key on your device
3. Select "Settings"
4. Select "Reset Google Wallet app"
5. Select "Reset" button
6. Flash your new ROM and/or wipe as needed
7. Follow Method A or B again from the beginning


Updating to New Version Anytime

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1. Follow Method A (steps #4 and 5) or B (steps #9 and 12)
2. Reboot your device
3. Open the Play Store and update Google Wallet
4. Open Google Wallet and test everything is working
5. If all is good, follow Method A (step #16) or B (step #23)
6. Reboot your device again and confirm everything still working


Credits

Credit goes to PaulOBrien for providing the patched Google Wallet apk (Original Post)
Credit goes to tonu42 for creating the original thread for the mod (Original Post)
Credit goes to rovo89 for creating the Xposed Mod (Original Post)
Last edited by open1your1eyes0; 7th May 2013 at 10:05 PM. Reason: Complete revamp on method
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30th January 2013, 05:53 PM   |  #2  
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Re: [MOD] Patched Google Wallet (Updated: 1/29/13) ***New Thread***
So glad somebody took this up. Thanks a ton!

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30th January 2013, 06:23 PM   |  #3  
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Re: [MOD] Patched Google Wallet (Updated: 1/29/13) ***New Thread***
Agreed. Glad someone is still working on this. Very appreciated. Just flashed it fine on my s3 and then the wife's with no issues. Thanks

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30th January 2013, 07:33 PM   |  #4  
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Does anyone have the tonu42's old AOSP version stored anywhere by any chance they can PM me (preferably version R81 but older is fine too)? I need to reference something.
30th January 2013, 07:51 PM   |  #5  
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Re: [MOD] Patched Google Wallet (Updated: 1/29/13) ***New Thread***
Worked like a charm thanks :thumbup:

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Don't want to screw this up, so some questions.

I'm on Verizon Stock (TW)/Rooted/Unlocked. I have Google Wallet running and working. My build.prop is my original Verizon/SGS3 file (I reverted it back after I originally added my cards to Google Wallet).

So do I just flash the .zip in the OP? Do I have to erase my Google Wallet first? Do I have to temporarily change to the Nexus build.prop again first? Can I still use my Verizon/SGS3 original build.prop once the updated Google Wallet is working?

Has anyone tried to update from the same situation I'm in yet?
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Thanks. Will install this once I get home.

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Originally Posted by lexluthor

Don't want to screw this up, so some questions.

I'm on Verizon Stock (TW)/Rooted/Unlocked. I have Google Wallet running and working. My build.prop is my original Verizon/SGS3 file (I reverted it back after I originally added my cards to Google Wallet).

So do I just flash the .zip in the OP? Do I have to erase my Google Wallet first? Do I have to temporarily change to the Nexus build.prop again first? Can I still use my Verizon/SGS3 original build.prop once the updated Google Wallet is working?

Has anyone tried to update from the same situation I'm in yet?

I've always: changed to Nexus build prop, flash new wallet, set up wallet, restored original build prop, reboot. I've never even reset wallet since they updated to use the cloud instead of the secure element. I don't think it is possible to brick the secure element anymore with wallet.

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Smile smooth
Working awesome, added a new card this time around.

Adding my exact process :
(All on wifi)
Make CWM backup.
Write to build.prop (did not make backup).
Reboot to recovery flash zip reboot phone.
Open wallet follow steps, first time waited 10 minutes no luck.
reboot phone, go to manage apps find wallet clear data, open wallet follow directions again, worked!
Set up new card & saw wallet was all working, opened and closed couple times, reboot phone.
Write to build.prop back to stock.
Reboot phone.

Successful purchase today at mickeyD's! ツ
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31st January 2013, 01:47 AM   |  #10  
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I had no problem installing this either, thank you. I added two cards (well one was already added), I can't wait to try it.

Also, I'm just gonna throw this out there cause I was a little confused at first, you choose one or the other on the build.prop method.

You either modify the build.prop yourself and then re-edit it after the install OR you use the Simple Build.Prop Editing. I was under the impression there for a minute that you needed to do both.
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