[Updated Guide] Easily Use Android Pay on a Rooted Device

This simple step by step guide will teach you How to Use Android Pay On A Rooted Device.Now a days rooting android is much easier than earlier days and many people are rooting their device to try different ROMs and Tweaks.But you can’t use Android Pay On A Rooted Device / Android Phone officially.

Android Pay was released few mionths back and you can use this on any android Phone having NFC but not on rooted device.You can use Android Pay on Android devices that were previously rooted or have bootloader unlocked, but you can’t officially use this with active root access.Follow the guide below to Use Android Pay On A Rooted Device

When you open the app after installing, the app automatically detects if there is root access and it will block you from entering any card info and you can’t use it

Google always gives more priority to user’s safety and security first, that is the main reason, Google has disabled Android Pay on rooted phones.Don’t worry you can Android Pay On A Rooted Device / Android Phones by following some easy simple steps.

You have to temporarily Disable the root access to use Android Pay On A Rooted Device.Follow the procedure below

Use Android Pay on a Rooted Device

Step By Step Guide

Use Android Pay On A Rooted Device

  • Open App drawer on your rooted device
  • Search for the SuperSU app and open it.
  • After opening the app, tap on the Settings tab which is located on the right side of Logs tab.
  • Scroll down and under Superuser you will find an option which says ‘Enable Superuser’.
  • By default this box stays always ticked. Tap on it to disable Superuser.
  • Then open Android Pay and set up all your cards that you want
  • Then Reboot your phone.
  • Now Again Enable the root access.To Do So go to SuperSU > Settings and tap on Enable Superuser.

Done!!!Now you can use Android pay on your device nad you device is rooted too

Dibyashree Sharma
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Dibyashree Sharma graduated in Computer Science from NIT Rourkela. For the past eight years, she has been blogging about Android, which she is really passionate about. She has built a good reputation as a reliable source. Away from the digital sphere, Dibyashree enjoys playing tennis, a sport she is as passionate about as she is about technology.

Comments (7)

  1. Avatar of Dave
    Dave

    This didn’t work on my Samsung Galaxy s5 from Verizon. I do have super su, and was able to disable superuser, but android pay still didn’t work.

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  2. Avatar of Bloomy
    Bloomy

    Yes, I had my Oneplus 3 on stock…set up my bank card and used it fine.
    Rooted ‘after’ and card is still stored as before, went to use today and message came up on the screen notifying me that my device was rooted?

    Surely you dont have to disable SU everytime you want to pay by Android Pay?

    Reply
  3. Avatar of Chris Sandiford
    Chris Sandiford

    Doesn’t work. The Google machine is clearly one step ahead of this out of date article.

    Reply
    • Avatar of Dibyajyot
      Dibyajyot

      This guide was working fine.But now many users reported. Our team is working on an updated guide

      Reply
      • Avatar of sparkeyjames
        sparkeyjames

        Previously Android Pay checked only for super user access and some apps presence. Now it does a direct check of the bootloader and whether or not it is locked or unlocked.

        Reply
      • Avatar of Longqi Zhang
        Longqi Zhang

        It didn’t work on my Xperia Z3 also. I am using SuperSU v2.79

        Reply

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