1. jim2112's Avatar
    OK, one of the benefits of Kit Kat was full functionality of Google Wallet including tap and pay. On your mark, get set, go.....


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    05-14-2014 01:00 PM
  2. mrmoe110's Avatar
    Doesn't work with the Note 3

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    05-14-2014 01:19 PM
  3. crazed_z06's Avatar
    Not sure why, but no tap and pay for the Note 3
    https://support.google.com/wallet/answer/1347934?hl=en

    I was reading about ISIS and apparently it can be used at Paypass terminals also. I dont have an ISIS SIM, so I cant test it out though.
    05-14-2014 04:26 PM
  4. jweimn's Avatar
    It has something to do with the nfc drivers not be released for the phone
    05-14-2014 04:43 PM
  5. Eddster's Avatar
    Not sure why, but no tap and pay for the Note 3
    https://support.google.com/wallet/answer/1347934?hl=en

    I was reading about ISIS and apparently it can be used at Paypass terminals also. I dont have an ISIS SIM, so I cant test it out though.
    That REALLY sucks!! I wonder why they wouldn't make one the best phones compatible with Google Wallet? Also strange the S4 (running Kit Kat) is fully compatible.
    05-14-2014 07:41 PM
  6. jim2112's Avatar
    Aparently Verizon did not want competition with the ISIS tap and pay that Verizon, ATT, and Tmobile went in on together. Can anyone say Monopoly. I might have considered ISIS if they had not tried to monopolize the function. Now I will NEVER even consider ISIS and will spread the word to any of my friends and family why they should not use it either. A good solution to monopoly, boycott.

    ISIS, Google and all other NFC handsets at USA carriers | nfc-phones.org

    “Verizon asked us not to include this functionality in the product,” a Google spokesperson told Reuters.
    05-14-2014 09:17 PM
  7. fallenangel808's Avatar
    Aparently Verizon did not want competition with the ISIS tap and pay that Verizon, ATT, and Tmobile went in on together. Can anyone say Monopoly. I might have considered ISIS if they had not tried to monopolize the function. Now I will NEVER even consider ISIS and will spread the word to any of my friends and family why they should not use it either. A good solution to monopoly, boycott.

    ISIS, Google and all other NFC handsets at USA carriers | nfc-phones.org

    “Verizon asked us not to include this functionality in the product,” a Google spokesperson told Reuters.
    I only used ISIS during the promotion but it's worthless and having to deal w/ AMEX for any issues w/ ISIS is a pain in the a$$ plus not too many places use it. Since then I have not used it and refuse to.
    05-15-2014 04:31 PM

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