Method 1: Temporarily unroot your deviceGetting over the root restriction for using Android Pay is simply done through the SuperSU app installed on your rooted device. Simply open the SuperSU root manager app and open the Settings tab. Under the “Superuser” section, uncheck the box “Enable Superuser” and give the app a few seconds to unroot your device. Once the tab reads “Superuser is disabled and hidden”, you can go ahead and add your cards and use Android Pay on rooted device.
Method 2: Use Android Pay on rooted device by locking BootloaderOn most Google Nexus devices, unlocked bootloader can also be a reason why Android Pay is restricted. Hence, you need to not only temporarily disable root capability, but also re-lock the bootloader on your device. Fortunately, you can do so with the help of an app called BootUnlocker for Nexus Devices. The app is available for free in the Google Play Store and allows you to lock your bootloader once you grant it root access. SuperSU app and disable Superuser from the Settings menu. Have you tried to use Android Pay on rooted device successful yet? Let us know if it worked out for you in the comments section below.
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