This article outlines how to import your existing Enjin Wallet to a new device and how to import your wallet if you already have the Enjin Wallet installed.
You can also import Ethereum, Bitcoin, Litecoin, Binance Coin and Dogecoin wallets using Keystore or Private Key.
Learn how to reimport your Enjin Wallet to your current or new device by following this simple step-by-step video:
Upon installing the Enjin Wallet app, you will be presented with the option to create, import, or watch a wallet. Tap "Import Wallet" to begin the import process. Then, read and accept the Terms and Conditions.
You will need to select the derivation path that you would like to proceed further with. If you have created your wallet using the Enjin Wallet app, you will need to select the "Enjin Smart Wallet" derivation path. If you have created your wallet using the Enjin Wallet app before March 2019, you will need to choose the "Enjin Smart Wallet (Legacy)" derivation path.
Once done, select a Wallet Name of your choosing and a Wallet Password to proceed further. This is important and always make sure you have your password written down, on paper and somewhere secure.
Note: If you have imported your wallet and you do not recognize your wallet (i.e., a new wallet was created), this means you have incorrectly imported your wallet!
If you already have your Enjin Wallet set up, follow these steps to import an existing wallet:
You can also manage wallets via your wallet settings, or by tapping the arrow dropdown on your main wallet screen.
Select Wallet Type
Select the type of wallet you wish to import. You can read more about different import methods here.
Note: Enjin Wallets created after the 1.3.7 update on Android / 1.2.7 on iOS (March 2019) and equivalent should be imported using the "Enjin Smart Wallet" option.
Enter Your Passphrase
Now it's time to enter your Recovery Phrase to import your wallet.
Note that if you have entered an incorrect passphrase, a new wallet will be created rather than importing the intended wallet.