1. cj100570's Avatar
    Got my Galaxy Note II this morning and just like on my Galaxy Nexus, Google Wallet installed right from the market. You might wanna do it now before it doesn't work anymore.
    Google Wallet-12-1.png
    StayFly likes this.
    11-29-2012 11:30 AM
  2. cj100570's Avatar
    Looks like I spoke to soon. I went to set it up and got this....

    Google Wallet-2012-11-29-12.42.28.png


    Gonna try the apk from my G'Nex and see if that works.
    11-29-2012 11:45 AM
  3. svenEDGE's Avatar
    Balls man! You had me all excited!

    Sent from my DROIDX (sold my GNex to buy the Galaxy Note II)
    11-29-2012 11:54 AM
  4. jharo's Avatar
    We're gonna need root. Then change some line so make it think is't a different phone. I don't remember the whole process. Didn't really pay that much attention cause I have a Gnex...for a few more hours.
    11-29-2012 12:07 PM
  5. cj100570's Avatar
    I was all excited too. I'm gonna leave it installed though. There's always the chance that an update might fix it. Tried installing the version on my G'Nex and it doesn't work either.
    11-29-2012 12:14 PM
  6. marisdaman's Avatar
    Looks like I spoke to soon. I went to set it up and got this....

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    Gonna try the apk from my G'Nex and see if that works.
    ,, it doesn't work or any Galaxy Note. They all get the same area code
    11-29-2012 06:33 PM
  7. Jnorton2724's Avatar
    Ya carriers block that application on there phones. Got tired of that with at&t but still use the service on my Nexus 4 and Google Wallet works.

    Sent from my Nexus 4 using Android Central Forums
    11-29-2012 06:38 PM
  8. vNaK's Avatar
    Why do carriers block it? So we won't be able to use this on our note 2 without root?
    11-29-2012 06:41 PM
  9. Raptor007's Avatar
    Verizon, AT&T & T-Mobile all teamed up to force us to use ISIS which is 6 months late, a crappy NFC system that no one wants and this violates the 700Mhz spectrum rules Verizon agreed to, though the others don't have to follow it. Tried figuring out how to file a complaint with the FTC and FCC but man their sites are a PITA to deal with.
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    11-29-2012 07:50 PM
  10. volsfan0911's Avatar
    Verizon, AT&T & T-Mobile all teamed up to force us to use ISIS which is 6 months late, a crappy NFC system that no one wants and this violates the 700Mhz spectrum rules Verizon agreed to, though the others don't have to follow it. Tried figuring out how to file a complaint with the FTC and FCC but man their sites are a PITA to deal with.
    That's the best explanation I've read to date. LMAO. Well said! Good luck with the FCC. That's never do anything more than slap Verizon's wrist.


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    11-29-2012 08:38 PM
  11. cj100570's Avatar
    That is actually incorrect. The rules for the 700 megahertz spectrum have nothing to do with whether or not Verizon cab block apps like Google Wallet. It's about them not being able to block the use of alternative tethering apps. Much has been written about it....

    m.cnet.com/news/what-verizons-fcc-tethering-settlement-means-to-you-faq/57485518

    Verizon: No free tethering for unlimited data plan customers | ZDNet

    Verizon: No free tethering for unlimited data plan customers | ZDNet
    11-29-2012 11:16 PM
  12. chayes627's Avatar
    Verizon, AT&T & T-Mobile all teamed up to force us to use ISIS which is 6 months late, a crappy NFC system that no one wants and this violates the 700Mhz spectrum rules Verizon agreed to, though the others don't have to follow it. Tried figuring out how to file a complaint with the FTC and FCC but man their sites are a PITA to deal with.
    Try contacting Home - Jason W. Klimek, Esq.. I know he has submitted a complaint and he also is one of the guys that got the ball rolling on the tethering claim.

    That is actually incorrect. The rules for the 700 megahertz spectrum have nothing to do with whether or not Verizon cab block apps like Google Wallet. It's about them not being able to block the use of alternative tethering apps. Much has been written about it....
    m.cnet.com/news/what-verizons-fcc-tethering-settlement-means-to-you-faq/57485518
    Verizon: No free tethering for unlimited data plan customers | ZDNet
    Verizon: No free tethering for unlimited data plan customers | ZDNet
    There's more to it than that. They can't block any functional aspect of a phone that operates on that spectrum.
    11-30-2012 07:46 AM
  13. dr_hfuhuhurr's Avatar
    No workaround yet? I miss having wallet.
    12-05-2012 03:31 PM
  14. miiike's Avatar
    Verizon, AT&T & T-Mobile all teamed up to force us to use ISIS which is 6 months late, a crappy NFC system that no one wants and this violates the 700Mhz spectrum rules Verizon agreed to, though the others don't have to follow it. Tried figuring out how to file a complaint with the FTC and FCC but man their sites are a PITA to deal with.
    Write to your local representative and/or congressman.
    12-05-2012 04:37 PM

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