Yesterday google released final version of android 10 release post.
i have pixel phone so my phone received OTA update right away.
but now my banking app stopped working. so i contacted them and they blamed Visa SDK (i don't know what any specifics) and told me that Visa SDK does not have version that would work with android 10...
app in question is TBC Wallet (by JSC TBC Bank)
apps by other Georgian banks does not to seem work either and Google Pay is not available in Georgia...
so is there any solution for me? (to pay with visa card in Georgia with phone)
and is Visa SDK actually outdated? (if so when will new version come out?)
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You've reached the Visa Developer Platform. This platform is for the developer community, banks and merchants to build solutions with our APIs to market to their customers. It's not a solution for end users, though you are free to create an account and experiment in our sandbox.
If I've misunderstood, and you are a developer looking to build a solution for your customers, please visit this link for the "Working with Visa APIs" guide and find an API that meets your use case. https://developer.visa.com/pages/working-with-visa-apis
Per your use case on in-store payment (e.g. retail environment) and Android app, I would recommend you to use the CyberSource API.
When a customer uses a card that is physically present to make a purchase, the purchase is known as a card-present transaction. This type of transaction typically occurs in a retail environment where merchants use the point-of-sale (POS) terminals to accept credit or debit cards.
Creating a Card-Present or EMV Authorization Request - https://developer.visa.com/capabilities/cybersource/docs-how-to#section7
Creating a Card-Present or EMV Authorization Request - https://developer.visa.com/capabilities/cybersource/docs-how-to#section8
Also, CyberSource offers merchants two options for processing Android Pay transactions: merchant decryption or CyberSource decryption.
Creating an Authorization Request with Android Pay - https://developer.visa.com/capabilities/cybersource/docs-how-to#section5
For information on CyberSource Payments API see below links,
CyberSource Overview - https://developer.visa.com/capabilities/cybersource
CyberSource Documentation - https://developer.visa.com/capabilities/cybersource/docs-getting-started
We have an expert team that manages questions specific to CyberSource. Please reach out to the CyberSource team directly.
CyberSource Support - 800-709-7779
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Per your utilization case on in-store installment (for example retail condition) and Android application, I would prescribe you to utilize the CyberSource API. At the point when a client utilizes a card that is truly present to make a buy, the buy is known as a card-present exchange. This kind of exchange commonly happens in a retail situation where dealers utilize the retail location (POS) terminals to acknowledge credit or check cards. Making a Card-Present or EMV Authorization Request -
Per your utilization case on in-store installment (for example retail condition) and Android application, I would prescribe you to utilize the CyberSource API.
At the point when a client utilizes a card that is truly present to make a buy, the buy is known as a card-present exchange. This kind of exchange commonly happens in a retail situation where dealers utilize the retail location (POS) terminals to acknowledge credit or check cards.
Making a Card-Present or EMV Authorization Request -