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  1. XMOD: Region / Device / Root patched Google Wallet

    I tried this, but now I'm getting "Device Not Ready" Wallet is unable to proceed until this device is fully initialized. Make sure the device has network access and try rebooting if the problem persists. Before trying this, I was able to initialize Wallet, but it would fail to authorize cards. Any suggestions?
  2. XMOD: Region / Device / Root patched Google Wallet

    I am having the same problem on my Verizon Galaxy Note II. I assumed it had something to do with running CM10.1 where the NFC is listed as "flaky". The other thing I'm thinking is that I did not reset Google Wallet when before I upgraded the device. I could restore the backup, reset Google Wallet, restore the 10.1 backup, then attempt to initialize it under CM10.1. But, that might still end up all for not.
  3. XMOD: Region / Device / Root patched Google Wallet

    Paul, Thanks for all your work on this. I have the Galaxy Note II on Verizon. I found the NFC binaries for the Sprint Version that has a working version of Google Wallet. I set the build.prop to mimic that of the Sprint version ( SPH-L900) . Installed and setup Google Wallet. The Play Store showed an update was available. I foolishly updated the app, which then said it wasn't supported on my Device/Carrier. After uninstalling the updates, I got the same message, and it wouldn't let me back into the app. I then force stopped and cleared the data on the Google Wallet app. After reopening the app and selecting the account I wanted to use, I hang on "Adding your account..." I have tried reinstalling Google Wallet and the associated NFC libs (via the push method), I factory reset the device, cleared data on the app, all to no avail. I have heard some people say it took 5-8 minutes, but I had it sitting at about 10 with no signs of it working. I have also tried to run aLogCat to get some additional information, but it doesn't show anything. Also, everytime I come back to the app, I have to start over adding the account. Finally, I tried resetting it via the Devices section of the Google Wallet web app. So, my questions are these: Any suggestions on how to get past this point in the setup? Did I bork my NFC chip by not resetting Google Wallet via the mobile app? Did I do even more damage by resetting Google Wallet via the web app? As I'm within the 14 return period, should I just get a new phone? Thanks in advance, Tithefug
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