Saturday, April 25, 2015

Root Samsung Galaxy S6 Or S6 Edge To Get Samsung Pay

With the aim to get new features it is possible to root Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge. It this case rooting these mobile devices breaks Samsung Pay feature.

No doubt that rooting does brings multiple issues, but breaking features that is gathered in one mobile device is the thing that Samsung’s new aforementioned devices were aimed to personify. There is a reason why we should root Android to get Samsung Pay.

Samsung Pay service is mainly depend on the Korean giant’s KNOX security framework. It is known that KNOX doesn't working good with rooted mobile devices.

Due to fact that rooting is the process that let users of mobile devices running the Android mobile operating system to access privileged control over different Android's subsystems. Such exploitation of security is used as breach of the device’s secure integrity, that is no doubt a pertinent criterion for a feature as sensitive as mobile payment.

According to rumors Samsung Pay will be public released in the United States and South Korea this year but the launch date is still unknown. So you will need to choose  either rooting your device for advanced features, customizations, flashing custom ROMs or using Samsung Pay.

It will take some time for this service to reach developing regions, as even now in the U.S. there are approximately 300,000 merchants that accept NFC-based payments, that is an extremely small quantity.

Talking about the launch itself then Samsung plans to begin with American Express, Bank of America, Citi, MasterCard, VISA, JPMorgan Chase, and U.S. Bank in the U.S. So if you are located in a developing region that  doesn't have real mobile payment solutions available, then you shouldn’t root Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge to break Samsung Pay feature.


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