You can now hack your Galaxy S III to run Google Wallet

You can now hack your Galaxy S III to run Google Wallet

Google Wallet is one of the services Google is offering to people with Android phones, but if you are on Verizon, then you are probably not lucky enough, even if you are using the Galaxy Nexus. Anyway, I once read somewhere that if there’s something that’s hard for a hacker, that’s nothing. Yes, when it comes with such things, hackers can make anything possible and they just did it again by running Google Wallet on Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy S III, which is right now one of the best devices available at Verizon for purchase. Here’s some help on how to run it on XDAForum. Check out the video below:


If your SGS-III is rooted, are you planning to try out this new mod? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

Source: Engadget

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  1. jb
    July 31, 16:54 Reply

    rooting a phone with an preview build is stupid. Half of the stuff like, data and voice…that ya kinda need dont work,……..But GL with that wallet

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