Google Wallet gets a huge update that makes it safer and more useful
0. phoneArena posted on 01 Aug 2012, 14:17
Google Wallet has always been a good idea, but one that was pretty limited because of the lack of support for most major credit cards, but it looks like those days are finally over with Google announcing support for Visa, American Express, and Discover cards...
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3. mikemco posted on 01 Aug 2012, 14:48 3 0
I want to use Google Wallet but Verizon block users from downloading it! Whats up with that??? Verizon should leave it up to the customers to use it or not to, I am always traveling for work. I take my wallet out to much for the damn airport security, I have my phone in my shirt pocket for a quick draw. Verizon you are crossing my line of freedom, wait I pay you to use your service and I should make the choose to use what apps I want !!
5. AyBau27 posted on 01 Aug 2012, 15:47 2 0
Got some beer at 7/11 using GoogleWallet's free $10!! Thanks Google! Now my PNC card can be linked up.. now just need to be able to use at more places.
7. OSFantasma posted on 01 Aug 2012, 17:18 0 0
finally i was waiting for this to happen but i know regulatory and compliance has to pass before somthing like this happens...
8. crankyd00d posted on 02 Aug 2012, 02:02 0 0
Umm I'm pretty sure my old HTC Evo 4G wouldn't be able to use Google Wallet :-)
9. jbash posted on 02 Aug 2012, 08:37 0 0
Evo LTE not the OG, but the nexus A was missing from list
10. TalkingTechy posted on 02 Aug 2012, 10:44 0 0
"...the app will not work on rooted devices, so you will have to unroot to use it."
So, could you simply temp unroot with OTA Rootkeeper and then use Google Wallet?
Could probably setup a profile to run OTA Rootkeeper and unroot when Google Wallet is launched and then re-root when Wallet is closed.