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23rd November 2012, 12:19 AM |#351  
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Ive never used Wallet or set up an account for that matter. I recently Rooted my Evo LTE with stable CM10 Rom running. I get the "unsupported" text,is there a fix for this?
 
 
23rd November 2012, 12:29 AM |#352  
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Ive never used Wallet or set up an account for that matter. I recently Rooted my Evo LTE with stable CM10 Rom running. I get the "unsupported" text,is there a fix for this?

It will still work but there is a patched wallet app somewhere in the app section if you want to get rid of the unsupported device message

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26th November 2012, 04:33 AM |#353  
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It will still work but there is a patched wallet app somewhere in the app section if you want to get rid of the unsupported device message

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How do I get it to stay open, it closes as soon as I hit OK.
6th February 2013, 05:14 PM |#354  
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how do i reset my verizon htc thunderbolt 4GLTE to RUU stock while is locked?
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Re: PSA: Clear Google Wallet Settings Before Flashing ROM/Hard Resets!
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how do i reset my verizon htc thunderbolt 4GLTE to RUU stock while is locked?

Wrong forum. Try the Thunderbolt forum. This forum is for the HTC EVO 4G LTE.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=1103

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23rd February 2013, 01:22 PM |#356  
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The new Google Wallet builds don't use the Secure Element anymore. All the encryption happens in the cloud. I have repeatedly flashed without clearing the data and never have any problem activating it.

This thread is no longer valid. Google fixed this problem and it's not coming back. If I was to guess, even if it says your secure element is bricked, you could use the newer builds just fine.

If you're worried about this at all, stop worrying. I'll say it again; as long as you're using the newer builds of Google Wallet, there is NO interaction with the Secure Element period. You can wipe as much as you want, even RUU for all it matters, Google Wallet will work and activate just fine.

My secure element has stopprd responding.
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23rd February 2013, 02:42 PM |#357  
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Re: PSA: Clear Google Wallet Settings Before Flashing ROM/Hard Resets!
I forget to do this before I root and flash a rom and 2 evo but lucky, it still works

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17th April 2013, 09:27 PM |#358  
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Originally Posted by LiquidSolstice

The new Google Wallet builds don't use the Secure Element anymore. All the encryption happens in the cloud. I have repeatedly flashed without clearing the data and never have any problem activating it.

This thread is no longer valid. Google fixed this problem and it's not coming back. If I was to guess, even if it says your secure element is bricked, you could use the newer builds just fine.

If you're worried about this at all, stop worrying. I'll say it again; as long as you're using the newer builds of Google Wallet, there is NO interaction with the Secure Element period. You can wipe as much as you want, even RUU for all it matters, Google Wallet will work and activate just fine.

Completely dead wrong. The secure element is still in use - if it weren't, then GW would be working on the GT-I9100P and SGH-I777. GW wouldn't cause piles of SE spam in logcat when you use it. GW wouldn't REPORT A DAMNED SECURE ELEMENT VERSION IN THE ABOUT SETTINGS. GW wouldn't bomb if nfcee_access.xml is missing.

The only thing that changed with the "cards stored in the cloud" update is that instead of directly storing the info for an added Citi PayPass card, the SE now stores a "proxy" PayPass card that is funded from whatever card you added in the cloud.

However, Google has made SE management significantly more robust. Previously, if GW lost its credentials, it would just keep retrying until the SE bricked. Now, if it can't authenticate with the SE, it commands the SE to wipe its data and start from scratch. It's pretty much impossible to brick SEs with GW these days.

(Why the thread necromancy? People are still linking to this thread from elsewhere.)
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