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I can log into Monerujo just fine. I have no idea what my "Give" password is. I can access this wallet because i have fingerprint auth turned on. Is there anyway i can transfer funds from this wallet without knowing the password although i can login via fingerprint?

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    Monerujo uses the very same wallet files the monero-wallet-cli uses. The Android File Transfer application allows wallet files to be transferred to or from Android devices to a computer supporting monero-wallet-cli. I have no idea if or how fingerprint auth is currently used by Monerujo.
    – skaht
    Jun 30, 2018 at 2:30
  • @skaht Should this be turned into an answer? Jul 7, 2018 at 15:53
  • Did you wrote the 25 mnemonic words displayed during the creation of the wallet?
    – Clement J.
    Sep 8, 2019 at 22:18
  • Did you ever solve this? I have the EXACT same issue.
    – user10431
    Dec 13, 2019 at 20:26
  • @user10431 - could you perhaps open a new thread on r/monerosupport (Reddit)?
    – dEBRUYNE
    Dec 13, 2019 at 21:28

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Typical passwords specified by endusers are used by Monerujo to unlock native monero-wallet-cli chacha8 encrypted files. I've not examined Monerujo CrAzYpass functionality that might be integrated with 2 factor authentication such as fingerprints. Unclear if CrAzYpass-enabled password files are portable to other devices.

Monerujo can use the very same wallet files the monero-wallet-cli uses. The Android File Transfer application allows wallet files to be transferred to or from Android devices to an external host supporting monero-wallet-cli.

Beside enabling an end user to specify a server name and port number, the Monerujo application allows an enhanced username:password@server_adddress:port syntax to be applid when connecting to a monerod server. Both the monero-wallet-cli and iOS Cake Wallet clients also support this same functionality for establishing server connections. However, I do prefer not having to drill down so many levels in the Cake Wallet to specify a specific server.

Related Command Line Interface Information:

  1. Server Syntax: monerod --confirm-external-bind --rpc-bind-ip address --rpc-bind-port port --rpc-login username:password

% monerod --confirm-external-bind --rpc-bind-ip 192.168.200.100 --rpc-bind-port 18081 --rpc-login test:123

  1. Client Syntax: monero-wallet-cli --daemon-address address:port --daemon-login username:password

% monero-wallet-cli --daemon-address 192.168.200.100:18081 --daemon-login test:123

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