Thinking of rooting your Galaxy S6 or S6 edge? Don’t else you will lose some important features

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Hey guys finally back after a long break with a great news due to which the Galaxy S6 or S6 edge user may loose some of these important feature which are really important in many of the cases. As we all know earlier in this month April 2015, Samsung has released it two new flagship devices Samsung Galaxy s6 and Galaxy s6 Edge with new UI (User Interface) by cutting down some of the in the newer version of TouchWiz, but still some of the people are rooting there devices so that they can disable or remove some the apps which are not required by them while using there device which will additionally make the UI more smoother and increase the disk space too.

However, if you still ROOT it you will loose Samsung Pay feature as the integrity gets breached, which is really very important for such sensitive features like mobile payments. If you think that Samsung Pay is of no use to you, think again as it use your fingerprint to authorize payments through your smartphone at payment gateways just like Apple Pay you but Samsung Pay work much better than Apple Pay as t is compatible with MST (Magnetic Secure Transmission) as well as NFC based payment systems.

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MST is the technology due to which you can pay at any place where there is the support for your debit card your credit card you can swipe the card without having the card by just putting your finger on the fingerprint sensor to give the payment portal access.

Samsung acquired LoopPay in February, in order to use MST in the Galaxy S6 and the S6 edge, and may be in future, we’ll see more Samsung devices making use of Samsung Pay.

Even at the start LoopPay’s idea was better, but they initially failed because they were trying to sell cases for iPhones which were embedded with MST. However, now that Samsung’s devices are embedded with that technology, the adoption would be much better with better looks too.

At this point of time, Samsung Pay is a much better payment system according to me if you want to use your smartphone for making payments.

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Hello Folks! Myself Nishith, popularly known as Nick. Yes, the same guy who's the Founder and Editor of Techniblogic. On records, I've done MBA in Marketing. Outside records, I'm a tech savvy and love to fiddle and write about the gadgets. World of cool gadgets always left me amazed and curious. So, If you want to know more about new gadgets, tech stuff just stay connected with me and our team.

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