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3 as it can only handle mag-stripe and not NFC cards (paypass etc.) Yes, amazing idea, but severely limited. I have been looking for a method of transferring card data to my devices (card emulation). However the application cannot read from an NFC-equipped card such as "pay wave" . This seems very strange since a lot of banks around the globe have been issuing these for some time This and "chip&pin" are now prevalent whereas few people now bother with the old mag-stripe system. Some stores do not even know what to do when I show one at check-out!
Is this application going to work with a VISA card that has a stripe AND a chip + PIN? I remember trying to swipe my card multiple times at a shop and they would always tell me I had to use the chip instead. Also, is there any method to generate/extract the magstripe data from the card number and the three number on the back? That would save me from buying a $20 magstripe reader I would only use once or twice.
Works great. I message that Samsung's built in application works on terminals without nfc though. It appears that this application requires that nfc be show to trigger it sending the card info. Would it be possible to add in a manual override to force the magnet part to transmit?
Works amazing on rooted Motorola Droid Turbo with a fresh Chase Amazon VISA containing a intelligent chip. I used a $15 Yasoo brand mag stripe reader to collect the card data into MS Word on my PC, sent that text to my phone, and pasted it into SwipeYours. Now I simply keep my phone to any NFC enabled terminal to pay. This is fantastic! I am very grateful that this author published this application as an perfect work around for the lack of Android device Pay help on rooted handsets. I look forward to a UI update, but the application is still amazing as is. Thank you!