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I've read that you can delete and restore the monerujo app without affecting the wallet data, I never tried it as I'm afraid of losing access to my wallets.

When you setup your initial and load your own monero private key and not a seed, it throws you a crazypass passphrase that it tells you to remember. I didn't write this down. Do I need this to restore my wallet? Or do i just remember my password?

  • imported my monerujo seed into the Monero-wallet-cli (monerujo not working anymore after the new release last week) but only the funds of the primary account are visible. As well when I enter "unspent_outputs" I see not more. Basically I had two addresses on the monerujo, address A with 3 XMR and address B with 10 XMR. Only the 3 XMR were imported into the monero-wallet-cli. My assumption was that address B is a subaddress and protected by the same seed. Is this wrong? And are you facing as well issues with monerujo since 7-10 days? It's loading but after about 20 seconds crashing. 100% repeat – Schilling Dec 15 '18 at 22:02
  • @Schilling - Did you have multiple accounts in Monerujo or multiple subaddresses? Also, did you make sure to use a Restore height that was significantly in advance of the first transaction to your wallet? – dEBRUYNE Dec 16 '18 at 7:52
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You can just change your password, so it generates a new Crazypass which you will write down this time.
IIRC your password will not be enough to recover your wallet file.

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If you are removing Manerujo from your phone, first view and write down the mnemonic seed. When you reinstall the app, recover wallet from the seed.

https://github.com/m2049r/xmrwallet/blob/master/doc/FAQ.md

You should be backing up your password and seed or keys anyway. Then just try with a test wallet to verify before using with your real wallet.

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