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It's explained well in ledger support center here Launch the Ledger Manager (click to see how to install and use it if you don't have it installed yet) Connect your Nano S, enter your PIN, and stay on the dashboard On the ledger manager, scroll down and click on the green bottom arrow icon near the Stellar logo Confirm the installation if ...


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We built stellar-hd-wallet. It's a very simple command-line tool that can generate accounts for a given mnemonic seed. However, the whole point of the Ledger is to not use the keys outside the device because it's much easier for hackers to steal your funds. The low level method of generating the keys from mnemonic seed is described in SEP-0005. Example of ...


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Ledger Blue support is about to be released. The only reason the Ledger Blue was not supported until now is simply that it requires work and nobody had done it until now. But it will be available in the next weeks. You will be able to use the Ledger Blue on all Stellar wallets that have Ledger Nano S support.


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Generating a vanity address is trial and error process. You generate key pairs until you find a public key with a prefix you want. You can apply the same method here. For example, in Go use derivation package and generate random mnemonic seeds as long as the primary account (m/44'/148'/0') has a public key with the searched prefix: package main import ( ...


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If the start of the hash displayed by the ledger is the same of the one displayed on laboratory, then is just a visualization bug You can check here Just to be safe, after you sign a transaction, the signed xdr is shown on laboratory so you can review it before to post it on horizon This way, using the laboratory, even if you sign an “injected ...


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This isn't stellar lab. It is "account viewer" which ONLY works with XLM assets. you can use Stellar Laboratory to construct a payment or StellarX.


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It is possible to exit Stellar app on the Ledger. On the main view with the following text: Use wallet to view accounts Press right button 3 times, it should display Quit app. Now, press 2 buttons at the same time.


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I managed to do it with the following TypeScript code: import { Transaction, Keypair, xdr, Network } from 'stellar-sdk' // import Transport from "@ledgerhq/hw-transport-node-hid" import Transport from '@ledgerhq/hw-transport-u2f' import Str from '@ledgerhq/hw-app-str' export class StellarUtils { constructor() { Network.use(new Network(environment....


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A Stellar account consists of a keypair with a secret key and a public key. For example, a keypair could look like this: Public Key: GDAKOJZQRBKJAB6GUVFQVDPV5KEAE4J5HDPGYNLIGNZBD433UAHXZU5S Secret Key: SCVOZH6L45X2CRHHCSREBXHHPWXE56HYR7UUDRRO2EGDNBOBBJDYJ3AU The public key always starts with a "G", and the secret key always starts with an "S&...


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Try updating the Ledger Nano then re-attempt. If that doesn't work I would try doing it on the Google Chrome browser, Opera browser, or the Brave browser. EDIT: As per the comments below, you can also try clearing all history, cache, cookies from Google Chrome, as well as try restarting it.


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Lumen transactions can not be reversed.


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Simply uncheck Use default account and use a different derivation path on login. 44' stands for bip44 standard, 148' stands for stellar and the third number is the account number (0' is the default account). So simply use 44'/148'/1' for your second, 44'/148'/2' third ... account. @see SEP-5 stellar hd key derivation


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I have also built a tool that does exactly what you need. You can generate Ledger compatible 24 words mnemonic (in different languages too!) and are presented with Stellar public/secret key-pair. You can also restore your keys by entering each of the 24 words that you already have. The functionality includes additional passphrase protection string (up to 100 ...


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