Looking for a way to run Google Pay on your rooted Android device? Follow the simple steps in this guide to enable Google Pay on your rooted Android.
Rooting is no new thing in the android community. Since the advent of the Android Operating System, developers are rooting their devices so as to get complete control over their Android devices. Everything was going fine till android marshmallow was released to the public. With android marshmallow, Google gave control to the developers of apps to choose to allow or stop running the app on the rooted device. from that instance, many Play Store apps are stopped running on rooted devices. Moreover, in the upcoming updates, as part of this increased security, things like Google SafetyNet have been put in place to keep services like Payment via NFC secure. All this resulted in many payment methods via NFC like Google Pay getting suspended on rooted android devices. If you are one such user who is interested in running Google Pay on his/her rooted android device, keep reading this article.
What is Google Pay?
Google Pay (formerly Pay with Google and Android Pay) is a digital wallet platform and online payment system developed by Google to power in-app and tap-to-pay purchases on mobile devices, enabling users to make payments with Android phones, tablets or watches. It uses near field communication (NFC) to transmit card information facilitating funds transfer to the retailer. The service works with both credit and debit cards. Originally launched as Android Pay, the service was released at Google I/O 2015. Android Pay was a successor to and built on the base established by Google Wallet which was released in 2011.
How to Use Google Pay On Rooted Android?
In order to make our rooted device run Google Pay, it must get certification from Google Play Store. For the same, the device must be rooted using Magisk. Click on the following link for a guide to root your android device using magisk:
To switch your device from SuperSu to Magisk, click on the following link for a guide:
Now enable the options in Magik settings given below. Enable each and every option listed below. It will help to RUN Android Pay On Rooted Phone.
- ENABLE BUSYBOX
- ENABLE MAGISK HIDE
- ENABLE SYSTEMLESS HOSTS
If your device doesn’t pass the SafetyNet check, apps like Android Pay won’t work until you fix this—regardless of Magisk Hide status. If you’re using a device with June security patches, you’ll need to enable Magisk Core Only mode in Settings (and then reboot) before it will pass SafetyNet.
Congratulations. You can now run Google Pay on your rooted android device. You can now install and try out your favorite root apps or you can even try out some of the awesome Magisk Modules. Let us know about your experience after running Android Pay on your rooted android device.