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Is my phone or tablet compatible with the mobile payments card reader?

Compatibility information

The QuickBooks mobile payments card reader is designed to work with most popular smartphones and tablets, and we're constantly working to make sure it works with new devices as they come out.



The card reader is compatible on all iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices running iOS 6.0 and higher. 


The card reader is compatible on most Android devices running OS 2.2 and higher.

If you need help getting started, click here, or if you're having trouble with the card reader, click here.  

Please note, however, that your device needs to be connected to the Internet via Wi-Fi or cellular connection to process transactions.

Known Compatibility Issues with Devices

The following mobile devices have known compatibility issues. This does not represent a complete list of all unsupported devices.
If no carrier is shown, the list applies to all versions of that device.

All Windows Devices

All BlackBerry  Devices

 HTC T-Mobile myTouch 3G   T-mobile
 Casio G'Z One Commando C771  Verizon
 Sharp FX Plus SHARP_ADS1  AT&T
 Motorola Citrus WX445  Verizon
 Motorola Droid X2  Verizon
 Motorola Photon 4G MB855  Sprint
 Motorola Razr i XT890  
 Pantech Element PANTECHP4100  AT&T
 Sony Xperia Play R800X  Verizon
 Asus Nexus 7  
 ZTE Optik V55  Sprint
 LG G2X LG-P999  T-Mobile
 LG Spectrum VS9204G  Verizon
 Huawei Prism  T-Mobile
 Motorola Atrix 4G MB860  AT&T
 Motorola Razr D3 XT920  
 Samsung Galaxy Ace 2 GT-I8160L  
 Lenovo Tablet A2107A-H  AT&T
 NEC Phone NE-201A1A NE-201A1A  AT&T
 Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 SCH-I705  Verizon
 LG Nexus 5  
 Samsung Nexus 10  
 Samsung Galaxy Mega  AT&T
 HTC One Max  Verizon
 LG G Flex  AT&T/T-Mobile
 Sony Xperia Z1S  T-Mobile
 Casio Commando 4G (C811)  
 Pantech ADR8995  
 Pantech P8010  
 Pantech P9060  
 Pantech P9070  
 Pantech P9090  


(Click here if you need help figuring out the model number of your device.)

What happens if I have the GoPayment card reader but my Android device isn't listed as being compatible?

Good news! 

If you're using an unsupported Android device, you may still be able to get it working by performing the following steps:

  1. Download the latest version of GoPayment.
  2. Sign into the GoPayment app.
  3. Go to your Android Settings -> Sound and set your media volume to Max. (This is important since some phones don't set the Media Volume correctly.)
  4. Turn off the Beats Audio if your phone supports this feature.
  5. Go back to the GoPayment App.
  6. Plug in your card reader.
  7. If it is not officially supported, GoPayment will launch a configuration tool that may allow you to get it working.  For more information, please see our detailed instructions

If your device still doesn't work, you can still accept credit cards with the GoPayment application.  While you cannot use the card reader to swipe cards, you can still take payments using one of the following two methods.  These methods are also available if you're using a supported device.

  1. Use the GoPayment application to manually enter your customer's credit card number (also called key-entering). 
  2. You can manually enter your customer's credit number on the web.  To do so, merely log into https://gopayment.intuit.com using your GoPayment app user name and password.  For help, click here.

More good news! 

We're busy working on supporting additional devices and we update the compatible device listing frequently so please check back with us.  Also, if you would like us to consider your device for compatibility testing, please send the following information to gopaymentfeedback@intuit.com:

  • Device Make
  • Device Model Name and Number
  • Service Provider 


Please note that the P25 Blue Bamboo card reader/printer is compatible with most Android devices via bluetooth (sorry, Apple devices aren't compatible at this time).  For information on how to order a P25 Blue Bamboo card reader/printer, click here.

Jessica Leyva

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