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I just downloaded the Monerujo wallet and trying to figure it out. Is there an instructions page? Yes. Read the README, FAQ. As this app is still in APK form and not released to the app store, use caution and read the disclaimer: You may lose all your Moneroj if you use this App. Be cautious when spending on the mainnet. For maximum privacy, connect to a ...


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Yes. You will need to increase the log level in the daemon. E.g. set_log +daemon.rpc:DEBUG should suffice.


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Yes, you can recover a wallet from its mnemonic seed in monerujo. It's detailed in the FAQ in the list of features: Recover wallets from mnemonic seed or from keys


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it should work. BUT it may not, because the wallet folder has been renamed from "Monerujo" to "monerujo" (small m) so you may need to rename the folder with a file explorer.


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I imagine --restricted-rpc is part of the problem. Remove that and you should be fine. Also, make sure your remote node is fully sync'ed and externally accessible. Also, if you are going to use RPC login (e.g. running the daemon with --rpc-login user:pass), in Monerujo, the format of the node address needs to be user:pass@xx.xx.xx.xx:port. Edit: latest ...


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https://node.pwned.systems/ has a listing of nodes you could use, updated every 20 minutes. If you like to use DNS: node.moneroworld.com:18089 To understand the risks, read this reddit thread and this link.


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The original answer is found at https://github.com/LedgerHQ/ledger-app-monero/tree/master/tools/python. For OSX hosts, to complement the ledger-app-monero documentation, the Homebrew package manager's brew command is used instead of the apt command to install two dependent packages. The ledger-app-monero application has a dependency upon the libusb and ...


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The latest monero update gave users the ability to pay... Actually this feature was released in v0.15, not the latest release. How does... Instead of me copying verbatim the commit message or each related flag/command, here is the direct link to the commit for which the commit message thoroughly documents the feature: github.com/monero-project/monero/...


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Each Monero transaction contains multiple inputs/outputs. It is not expected that you own all of the outputs of the transaction; only those destined for you. The utility you used is reporting: This address owns output 1 with pubkey: 238a...48ce for amount: 0.297602 Which indicates that your address did, in fact, receive 0.297602 XMR.


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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 ...


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Use it instead of normal password (passphrase). That's it.


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You don't have an encrypted partition on your device? Must be an iPhone, just copy your seed on a piece of paper, I printed out a crossword puzzle to fit all my seed words and found a crossword puzzle book with the same structure on one of the 400 pages of puzzles (;


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When the seller initiates the transaction, the transaction will be broadcast and relayed to all Monero nodes immediately. All well connected Monero nodes should see the transaction in just a few seconds. Depending on your specific wallet software, you may see an immediate notification that payment has been initiated to your wallet. You will see the full ...


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This may be related to the bug 4117: https://github.com/monero-project/monero/pull/4117 If so, then please ensure that you have the latest version of the app as it should have the fix that prevents that situation. If you are sure that you have the latest version, please update us here.


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To determine the starting height, you can use a block explorer to get an idea of what block was mined on what date. For example, if you know you created your portfolio in July 2017: Go to a blockchain explorer, such as Monero Blocks Check the current height (~ 1,470,000 as I write this answer) Calculate roughly the number of days since you created your ...


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