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Default Anyone want to help with Google Wallet and NXP?

If you may or may not know, AOSP didn't get the NXP HCE controller driver so we can use Google wallet with Roms such as cm11.

As far as I've read, decompilation of JNI CPP files for the NFC stack is needed.

I've tried to drum up effort elsewhere to no avail. Hopefully someone here wants wallet to work on all ROMs.. Tomorrow I'll start a dev project and hope people can contribute.

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I'm running gummy Rom (AOSP) on my s4. I'm not a developer but can help with testing or pulling files off. Let me know how I can help

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Unfortunately, the s4 has a broadcomm chip and the information is there for that.

If you can help with the decompiling, that still would be awesome

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Unfortunately, decompiling JNI stuff requires some VERY expensive tools (Hex-Rays Decompiler for ARM is a few thousand dollars)

I do happen to know someone who owns such tools, so they MIGHT be able to help, although unfortunately, the nature of decompiled native code is that it is often a MASSIVE nightmare to read. (This is why, for example, there still isn't decent AOSP hwcomposer support for Samsung Exynos4 - we've fed blobs to a guy with hex-rays but the result is a massive convoluted near-unreadable nightmare.)
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Well, if you can get your people to decompile it, at least we can hand it off to the next person that might be able to make some sense out of it.

I have the files posted in the devdb project on this forum.

If needed, I'll see what Dan Rosenberg says, once we have something for him to look at.

Thanks for chiming in, I appreciate it, and hopefully the community with 4.4 ROMs and aosp with NXP do to.

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