You can now retrieve a shopper's details before creating a payment request. This can be used, for example, to perform an eligibility check for tax-free shopping.
For more information, see Acquire card details.
We now support Afterpay payments in Australia. Afterpay is a digital eWallet payment method, where the shopper makes a payment by scanning a QR code presented on the POS terminal.
For more information on setting up QR code-based payment methods, see Alipay and WeChat Pay.
Receipt logo support
You can now use the Customer Area to configure your receipt logo for V400c and V400m terminals.
Receipt printing improvements
Empty fields will no longer be printed on the receipt.
Standalone payment flow
We now show the result of a standalone payment when it starts printing.
You can now configure the priority for different network connection types (Ethernet, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Cellular) in the Customer Area. When the priority connection type is not working, the terminal will try to connect using the other connection types.
Static IP per SSID support
You can now configure terminals to connect to a static IP address per SSID.
To do this:
- On the terminal, navigate to Network > Wi-Fi > [SSID Name] > IP settings.
- Clear the Use DHCP checkbox.
Configurable payment time-outs
The default time-out for validating or authorising a payment has been reduced to 36 seconds (from 180 seconds). You can configure payment time-outs in the Customer Area.
In this release we fixed the following issues:
An incorrect terminal MAC address was displayed.
An incorrect Effective date would print on EMV transaction receipts.
The network settings of a terminal would be lost when updating the terminal from a version earlier than V1.26.
Transactions couldn't be cancelled during an authorisation request.
- When a terminal was busy it would display notAllowed. It now displays Busy.
When a shopper was refused after entering an incorrect PIN, the transaction was incorrectly reported as cancelled.
- EMV transactions were being incorrectly reported as WeChat Pay.