>>If you side load the latest Spay v3.9 which is meant for Malaysia
@xyes does 'sideload' mean downloading Samsung Pay as APK and install it separately?
If so are these apps country/region dependent and how one get the APK which is for Malaysia?
I actually can add couple of points here - I had S7. Running Samsung Pay on it showing that it would allow cards only from Malaysia. However I was able to add both US and Singapore cards on that app.
However the screen died several weeks ago and when I got another used S7 and S8, they came with Singapore version of Samsung Pay which does not allow to add any non-Singapore cards.
Suggestions are welcome
I have a Galaxy Note 9 from Australia and I live in the UAE. The Samsung Pay shows only Australian content.
I flashed the device with the official UAE firmware (XSG). Samsung Pay works with my UAE cards and has no issues processing payments in local shops. It just keeps showing Australian ads and offers that don't apply to the UAE.
how you did it
im face the same problem
also when i try to change to uae ver not accepting the flash , i must did root and change bootlader also , then will not work Samsung pay and the secure folder , so its big problem
If your phone is locked to carrier on region, whichever apk version you load also won't work, especially some models don't have a carrier-free firmware available.
If you've a universal firmware on your phone, usually the restart in new country SIM would reset the region to allow the use of Spay but the content may still be in the original region's.
Anyway, I'll switch to Gpay & other virtual credit card platforms as soon as they become available in my country, as Spay has nothing good in offer to use them other than the convenience.