Here’s how to set up Google Pay if you want that hassle-free purchase online.
Google Pay: Almost everything now is digital, whether you purchase an app or any subscriptions online. There are a lot of specific methods you can choose from in paying through online, and one particular payment is the Google Pay for Android users.
Google Pay can check out on Google products like photos and games. This payment method is making a more natural path for android users to purchase and pay with their phone and also send or receive money from families and friends. The only thing about it is that the app won’t work if your device is modified or routed.
So, Here’s how to set up and use Google Pay:
- Make sure your phone’s Android version is Lollipop (5.0) or higher.
- Download Google Pay.
- Open the Google Pay app and follow the setup instructions.
- When you’re asked, you may have to add a card.
- You may be asked to set up a screen lock on your Android device. Google Pay works with PIN, pattern, password, fingerprint, or retinae scanning screen locks. It won’t work with facial recognition or screen locks like Smart Unlock or Knock to Unlock.
- To make purchases in stores: Make sure your device meets software standards, has NFC, and NFC is turned on. Your phone must also have HCE.
- E-Money users in Japan: Your device must be Osaifu-Keitai compatible. QUICPay/iD users must have Osaifu-Keitai version 6.1.5 or higher. iD users must also have Google Pay app version 2.89 or higher.
- If you have another contactless payment app on your phone: In your phone’s Settings app, make Google Pay the default payment app.
It’s fast and easy! Just make sure though that you are connected to the internet.
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