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Managed to top up now after waiting a couple of hours! The other difference this time was that I wasn't logged into the giftcard website anymore, maybe that was it? Either way I got my $ in my wallet :D thanks Paul

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Hmm, have you tried to use wallet on here before? Stock ROM? I have a AT&T One X so I'll give it a try.


I installed it once from the Play Store before AT&T blocked it, but it only ever gave me an "Unsupported Device" error. It seems that other AT&T One X users at XDA have the same issue.

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I tried to install this on my AT&T One X, moved it to /system/app, set rwx rw- rw-, and I'm getting this error when I start up:

Insufficient Privileges. Insufficient secure element privileges for this system image (release-keys)

I installed it once from the Play Store before AT&T blocked it, but it only ever gave me an "Unsupported Device" error. It seems that other AT&T One X users at XDA have the same issue.


Confirmed, I can replicate the issue on my AT&T One X so i'll investigate! :)

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But why would they need all other OEM keys though? The virtual credit card is a new and separate card created by Google and not an existing card from <insert random OEM here>.


To access the Secure Element and write credentials to it. If anyone could gain access to the SE, it would not be "secure" anymore :)
I'm not really sure where Google gets the keys from, but I guess either the phone manufacturer (samsung, htc, etc) or the NFC chip manufacturer (NXP, TI, etc).
I'm not even sure there's a unique key for each chip, or same chip models have same keys.

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Well, the International One X isn't Wallet certified and it works so... *shrugs*


Doesn't need to be "wallet certified", but as long as Google Wallet supports it, it should work.
Googling "htc one x google wallet" seems to indicate there is GW support for it.

With this trick: http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1365360 I have GW working on my Nexus S in Italy.

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re: the AT&T One X, I've got past the secure element issue, it's hanging on 'initialising' now tho!

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re: the AT&T One X, I've got past the secure element issue, it's hanging on 'initialising' now tho!

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The same as on the AT&T Note then, if you need me to check for anything on the Note let me know.

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To access the Secure Element and write credentials to it. If anyone could gain access to the SE, it would not be "secure" anymore :)
I'm not really sure where Google gets the keys from, but I guess either the phone manufacturer (samsung, htc, etc) or the NFC chip manufacturer (NXP, TI, etc).
I'm not even sure there's a unique key for each chip, or same chip models have same keys.

Ah I see what you mean then - not sure in that case but they've obviously done it. :)

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All working good for me on my one x. just been to. McDonalds. I its about £1 = $1.55.

Thanks Paul ;)

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Edited by tomqman, 30 May 2012 - 03:07 PM.

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All working good for me on my one x. just been to. McDonalds. I its about £1 = $1.55.

Thanks Paul ;)

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That's a pretty much perfect rate :)

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Looks like that key is in /system/etc/nfcee_access.xml...

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So does that mean no Wallet for us? :(

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Working at my local Tim Horton's in Toronto. Thanks for the coffee Paul!

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No NFC in ZTE skate :(
Hope i win the S3 to check this out :P

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First of all i am new to android so not that great at this at the moment, but i have managed to get the wallet apk into /system/app folder by moving it on root explorer. When i try to install it it just tells me application not installed!

Any help with what permissions i need to have set or anything else would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Mark

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First of all i am new to android so not that great at this at the moment, but i have managed to get the wallet apk into /system/app folder by moving it on root explorer. When i try to install it it just tells me application not installed!

Any help with what permissions i need to have set or anything else would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Mark


just restart and it'll be in your apps list

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just restart and it'll be in your apps list


Just a restart wont help him 100%.
Im having the same problem and no solution yet.

Edited by Batkoto, 31 May 2012 - 09:01 AM.

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I moved to /system/app, yet dosen't show up in my app list.

Yes i rebooted.

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I have rebooted and it doesnt seem to have helped!

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Trying to get this to work on a stock UK Galaxy S3 but no luck. Stuck permanently on initialising device.

Any ideas?

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