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  # 1200016 18-Dec-2014 15:39
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please integrate the iOS version with Apples built-in Passbook app.

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  # 1200022 18-Dec-2014 15:43
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By the way, how's the development/briefing coming along?




 
 
 
 


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  # 1200025 18-Dec-2014 15:45
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RogerMellie: please integrate the iOS version with Apples built-in Passbook app.


Wont be happening anytime soon Developers have no access to the NFC chip on the iPhone 6/6+ and AT Hop does not support QR Codes.






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  # 1200028 18-Dec-2014 15:49
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Too much to ask for a Win Phone option as well ????

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  # 1200029 18-Dec-2014 15:50
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Hoofhaarted: Too much to ask for a Win Phone option as well ????


 

As a Windows Phone user I'm going to go with yeah...nah.

Kudos to ASB for developing their app for Windows Phone though - use it daily.

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  # 1200034 18-Dec-2014 15:55
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Hoofhaarted: Too much to ask for a Win Phone option as well ????


WinPhone does not have an HCE option. It's Tap to Pay uses the secure element (SIM).


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  # 1208262 5-Jan-2015 02:02
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deathslocus: 
In regards to not working with AT we have a way to do this but because of the steps involved won't be able to say anything until after.


So, we'll be watching the news for the article about the lawsuit then?  Cause reverse engineering the supposedly unhackable uncloneable system isn't going to get you a pat on the head and a lolly you know.

 
 
 
 




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  # 1211510 10-Jan-2015 09:32
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Kyanar:
deathslocus: 
In regards to not working with AT we have a way to do this but because of the steps involved won't be able to say anything until after.


So, we'll be watching the news for the article about the lawsuit then?  Cause reverse engineering the supposedly unhackable uncloneable system isn't going to get you a pat on the head and a lolly you know.
I would laugh to be sued for reverse engineering their "unhackable" system people should realize development never ceases


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  # 1211514 10-Jan-2015 09:49
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I'm interested to know how it will work.

Do you import an existing card into the phone?

If so, and I import a card that has $20.00 on it, do I now effectively have two cards with $20.00 on them? Can I repeatedly clone the same card?

How would that not count as fraud?

I hope your solution is compliant with the T&Cs

https://at.govt.nz/media/852008/AT-HOP-card-terms-of-use-December-2014.pdf

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  # 1211517 10-Jan-2015 10:02
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If you have not been able to talk to Auckland Transport about your solution, have you tried approaching NZTA?

http://www.nzta.govt.nz/about/media/releases/1151/news.html


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  # 1220467 23-Jan-2015 02:01
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deathslocus: 
I would laugh to be sued for reverse engineering their "unhackable" system people should realize development never ceases


Laugh all you like.  If you don't actually have their permission, and you're working on breaking the encryption for the purposes of cloning their cards, you're going to end up in court.  I also hope you don't  release your app until you've actually gotten legal approval from AT, since that would be ridicuously irresponsible (considering that would be a violation of clause 5.3 of the HOP terms, and would most definitely get all your users blacklisted by AT).

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  # 1242740 20-Feb-2015 07:07
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Totally keen!

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  # 1242782 20-Feb-2015 08:29
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I don't think this is happening.





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  # 1242968 20-Feb-2015 11:58
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Damn I thought that was going to be the availability announcement.

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