Fix Android Pay cannot be used Error

Here’s how to Fix Android Pay cannot be used Error. Most of the time this error is triggered when you try to use Android pay on a rooted device.

Android Pay is introduced by Google, this is latest and most secure way to pay while you are shopping, traveling, eating dinner etc. Since Google takes security very seriously, they have made sure that no one can mess with Android Pay. This the main reason you cannot use Android Pay on a rooted device. Moreover, this is the main reason you get “Android Pay cannot be used” error.

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Android Pay cannot be used Error

Now If your Android device is not rooted that means you haven’t seen the power of Android. All those Android users who have rooted devices, heed the instructions below in order to Fix Android Pay cannot be used Error.

Fix Android Pay cannot be used Error:

In order to Fix Android Pay cannot be used Error, you need to root your device using Systemless root workaround. Follow the instructions below.

Step1: Factory Reset your device. Make sure no customs mods or apps are installed.

Step2: Root your device with systemless SuperSU. [ Click Here ]

Step3: Enable USB Debugging on your device. [ Click Here ]

Step4: Setup ADB and FastBoot on your Windows PC/Mac. [ Click Here ]

Step5: Now open a command window on your PC.

Step6: Type the following command.

adb shell
su
chmod 751 /su/bin

Step7: That’s all. Reboot your device and Open Android Pay now.

I hope you won’t be facing any issue while using Android Pay on your rooted device now. If you face any issue while trying this method please let us know in comments.

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