This happens if the owner of the smartphone was subjected to any “modernization”, for example, unlock the bootloader, writes Gsmarena.com.
As is known, Android smartphones popular including because the owner can customize it as you like: for example, to remove pre-installed apps. For any “modernization” of the device must obtain the so-called superuser (root) and, as a rule, to unlock the bootloader.
When you attempt to pay with the help of Android Pay the owner of the Nexus 6P suddenly found that to make it longer.
Instead of the payment confirmation on the screen there was a message that Android Pay can not be used on this device. The smartphone from Google has advised to remove root.
it is Obvious that unlocked smartphones are much less safe for hackers stealing the money of the owners of c Bank cards, the edition notes.