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Old 03-06-2016, 10:51 PM   #151
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Do we need nfc to be on for this?
nfc is automatically turned on when u initiate samsungpay
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Old 04-06-2016, 12:56 AM   #152
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nfc is automatically turned on when u initiate samsungpay
Okay thanks.. So battery saving since no need on nfc permanently
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Old 04-06-2016, 01:23 AM   #153
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Okay thanks.. So battery saving since no need on nfc permanently
turn on permanently if u using it for transportation with nfc transit sim card or if u want it to auto launch samsungpay when placed near a nfc payment terminal like how applepay works.
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Old 04-06-2016, 05:05 AM   #154
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Use this samsung pay no need to sign credit card?
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Old 04-06-2016, 06:42 AM   #155
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Do we need nfc to be on for this?
I also want to know...
nfc is automatically turned on when u initiate samsungpay
Okay thanks.. So battery saving since no need on nfc permanently
turn on permanently if u using it for transportation with nfc transit sim card or if u want it to auto launch samsungpay when placed near a nfc payment terminal like how applepay works.
no I don't think so it works this way.. if your nfc is turned off, you cannot launch Samsung pay automatically when you place your phone near the reader. however if you launch simple pay when nfc is turned off, simple pay will turn on nfc for that transaction then turns off again.

if your nfc is turned on, both transit ezlink and Samsung pay will work automatically..

I haven't got the chance to try out if it works like apple pay, meaning automatically launch Samsung pay for transaction when placed near the reader..
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Old 04-06-2016, 09:54 AM   #156
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no I don't think so it works this way.. if your nfc is turned off, you cannot launch Samsung pay automatically when you place your phone near the reader. however if you launch simple pay when nfc is turned off, simple pay will turn on nfc for that transaction then turns off again.

if your nfc is turned on, both transit ezlink and Samsung pay will work automatically..

I haven't got the chance to try out if it works like apple pay, meaning automatically launch Samsung pay for transaction when placed near the reader..
this is what I am quite curious about as well. will samsung pay activate on its own when placed near terminals if NFC is running? because I find it quite troublesome to scroll up and activate easy pay, but didnt want to waste everyone's time in the queue by not running it in advance and having to fumble to start samsung pay up if it really doesnt work.

anyway, I was able to pay at NTUC, but not at SPC petrol station opposite my place. tried twice but failed. wonder what is causing it.

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Old 04-06-2016, 03:19 PM   #157
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Just tried it at sushi express. Dam cool xD
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Old 04-06-2016, 04:00 PM   #158
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no I don't think so it works this way.. if your nfc is turned off, you cannot launch Samsung pay automatically when you place your phone near the reader. however if you launch simple pay when nfc is turned off, simple pay will turn on nfc for that transaction then turns off again.

if your nfc is turned on, both transit ezlink and Samsung pay will work automatically..

I haven't got the chance to try out if it works like apple pay, meaning automatically launch Samsung pay for transaction when placed near the reader..
thats what I meant.

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Old 04-06-2016, 05:38 PM   #159
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this is what I am quite curious about as well. will samsung pay activate on its own when placed near terminals if NFC is running? because I find it quite troublesome to scroll up and activate easy pay, but didnt want to waste everyone's time in the queue by not running it in advance and having to fumble to start samsung pay up if it really doesnt work.

anyway, I was able to pay at NTUC, but not at SPC petrol station opposite my place. tried twice but failed. wonder what is causing it.
samsung pay doesn't know which is your default card for payment, so i doubt it will work. but no harm trying man.. been too busy to try out these few days..
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Old 04-06-2016, 06:17 PM   #160
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Question is if you add your wife card or mistress card other than yours, it can become a problem despite properly setting up all the card info, signiture but using one device fingerprint?
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Old 04-06-2016, 06:41 PM   #161
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Question is if you add your wife card or mistress card other than yours, it can become a problem despite properly setting up all the card info, signiture but using one device fingerprint?
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Old 04-06-2016, 07:45 PM   #162
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Question is if you add your wife card or mistress card other than yours, it can become a problem despite properly setting up all the card info, signiture but using one device fingerprint?
Not ready. Cards added requires authentication with bank. Either by SMS or by calling bank. U can abuse and kill the system by stealing the phone and get the OTP, then u prepare to answer to the law lor..
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Old 04-06-2016, 10:26 PM   #163
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Yea I'm am connected to wifi. I added my ocbc card without problems. Anyone here added more than 1 card?
I think for the beta, you can only add the card(s) you specified when you sign up. Did you specify more than one card during registration?
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Old 05-06-2016, 01:44 AM   #164
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tried for the first time at mcdonalds today with simple pay but didn't work(maybe bcos NFC was off?)

2nd attempt was at cheers, worked successfully
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Old 05-06-2016, 08:09 AM   #165
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I think for the beta, you can only add the card(s) you specified when you sign up. Did you specify more than one card during registration?
Mainstream beta users are strongly encouraged to add the cards which was used for the sign up, but doesn't mean one has to comply.. on't

I added citibank cards during registration but only added one ocbc and one posb cards only.
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