History: I bought a Nexus 5. I immediately rooted it so I could get a full backup/restore application on it. When the Android 5 update came it removed root access. SuperSU stopped working. To re-root required me to lose all data. So I disabled SuperSU (could not uninstall) and left it alone. I'm now on Marshmallow. Problem: The new Android Pay application will not work. Says I am not running Android Compatible software. I did not install any ROM at all - only had rooted. I'm stock T-Mobile otherwise. After talking with Google they say the reason I can't use it is because there is some application on my phone that is a root app, and Android Pay is blocked. Options: My first choice would be to somehow fix the root so it works again, and also to fix Android Pay. Anyone know a solution? My second choice would be to remove SuperSU so that Android Pay works. But I can't uninstall it. Any ideas? The last thing I want to do is a full reset.