Fix Galaxy S22/S23 Google Wallet Not Working

As far as mobile payment services are concerned, then it is the Silicon Valley giant’s offering that has established itself as the best. Users still prefer Google’s app even on Samsung devices, which have their own payment app. Since installing the latest May 2023 update on their Galaxy S22/S23 devices, numerous users have reported that the Google Wallet app is not working as expected.


Either the app won’t launch or the Play Store throws up the Phone is not certified error message. According to numerous user reports, SEK CSC devices are causing most of the problems. So if you are also getting bugged by this issue, then this guide will make you aware of a nifty workaround that should help you rectify this bug. Let’s get started.

Google Wallet not working on Galaxy S22/S23: May Update Fix

Your best course of action is to downgrade to the April 2023 update, since the latest May 2023 update is the culprit. If you wish to preserve your data, use the Home CSC file instead of the CSC [if you choose the CSC, your device will be factory reset]. To perform the downgrade, you could refer to our guide below [still take a backup just to be safe].

Once you have performed the downgrade, make sure to remove the updates from Play Store and delete the data of the Google Wallet and Google Play Services as well. With this update, the issue with Google Wallet not working on Galaxy S23/22 should be resolved. Please let us know if you have any questions about the aforementioned steps. We will get back to you as soon as possible with a solution.


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