Google Doesn’t Need Mobile Cooperation To Run Wallet Program [Headlines]

Google Doesn’t Need Mobile Cooperation To Run Wallet Program [Headlines]

Some have discovered how to tinker with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus to enable it to run the mobile wallet service, bypassing Verizon.

Liz Walsh
  • 1 december 2011

It’s technically not hacking, but some have discovered that Google Wallet can be run on a Verizon Android phone, thus proving that Google doesn’t need a mobile operator’s cooperation to run its program. This could create a new fight. StoreFrontTalkBack.

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