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Originally Posted by jdubbletrouble
If you're able to login to Google Wallet and add your Google Prepaid Card ..and can see how much money you have remaining, then your fine. The "unsupported device" message is just a warning that your device is rooted and if something goes wrong with G-wallet, Google will not help you.
See in my situation at first I was unable to add the Google Prepaid Card. Then a day later I got the dreadful "Secure Element" Error. The reason for my problem is that I did not wipe/erase user data from within the app itself or through settings.
So after I rooted and tried to set up G- Wallet I was presented with these errors. For an example, People explained it like trying to activate a credit card that's already been activate.
I got my 2nd Galaxy Nexus, setup G-Wallet and used it at a few places. Then I wanted to root it ...seeing that all these roms were popping up . So I opened my Google Wallet App, hit Menu button > Settings > Erase users Data/ Reset the App and went ahead and rooted. After I rooted, I setup G-Wallet without any issues. I do have the "Device is unsupported" message.
Another thing you can try is download the app Voodoo OTA Rootkeeper. What it does is temporary unroots your phone and saves a copy of your root on your SD card. Then when you want to reroot it, just open the app and click the restore root option. Since you cant be rooted to watch movies from the GoogIe Okay store, I normally use it for that
I can verify that Voodoo OTA Root keeper works. I also downloaded Root Checker Basic from the market. And what I did was run the Voodoo app, save a copy of su/root. Hit the temporary root button. Then opened the Root Checker App and verified that I no longer had root. Which I didn't.
Then I went into the Google Wallet app and erased all user data and resetted the app. After it was done, I setup the account again and just like that, no "unsupported device" warning message and its working fine. I figure I'm gonna leave it like this until I get my $40 from Sprint/Google. After I do, I will open the Voodoo app and click the restore root button and I'll have my root back