The Enjin Wallet supports wallet imports from MyEtherWallet. There are two ways to import your wallet from MyEtherWallet to your Enjin Wallet—with a Private Key or with a Keystore (UTC/JSON) file.
This article focuses on how to import with a Keystore.
You will need the Keystore file to extract its contents for importing. Open your Keystore file with any text editor.
Note: You will need to be able to send this Keystore data to your Enjin Wallet device. You can do this in a variety of ways: self-messaging, self-emailing, etc. Alternatively, you can use a QR code generator to create a QR code to scan this data onto your device.
Download the Enjin Wallet and select "Import Wallet" on the home screen (or use the three-dot menu and "Manage Wallets" in the top right if you already have the Enjin Wallet installed).
Choose the "Ethereum Keystore / MEW" import option.
You will need to input your Keystore data and encryption password to import your wallet. You can copy/paste the data into the field or use the QR code button on the top right to scan this data in.
The encryption password is the same password you received for this Keystore file.
After unlocking your wallet, you’ll be asked to set up a password. This password can be different from your Keystore encryption password.
It's important to remember or write down this password as it will be used to encrypt your keys for the wallet. The app requires this password before completing any transaction.
On the "Select Coins" screen, you can choose whether or not you would like to auto add tokens to your wallet. The auto add feature will detect any wallet balances you may have and automatically select them for you.
When you are satisfied with the list of selected tokens, tap “Restore Wallet” to complete the process and load your MEW wallet.