Trezor is a standalone device and has its own recovery seed. There is no seed associated with the Yoroi wallet when using the Trezor device.
I’m not going to remove the existing Yoroi Trezor wallet as it is the only proof of where my coins are. People say if your coins are on the blockchain then they are safe but what if you cannot access them because your hardware no longer allows you to?
I’m beginning to think the Yoroi wallet is a piece of crap that has somehow loaded a different wallet onto my Trezor because the public keys are different. The new public key is not the same as the old key where the Yoroi wallet still shows the correct balance. So now my Trezor has a different public key and hence is not recognised by the old Yoroi wallet. Way to go.
The fact that Yoroi support do not reply does not help either. I wish I’d never loaded them onto Yoroi, they would have been safer at Coinbase.
yes - Yoroi only shows information based on what Trezor is providing… there is no any writing method from Yoroi to Trezor. Hardware wallets are read-only devices - can be modified only via the device… if you have different public key - it is only possible if you provided a different recovery phase… or Trezor is a “piece of crap”
The public keys and addresses are not needed to send currencies, only to receive. How many private keys have you got ? You can have a same recovery seed that will give two different keys when using two different derivation paths. Or you could have created a Yoroi wallet and in this case you would have two of them. How did you link the Trezor ?
First I created a standard Yoroi wallet without the Trezor. I sent ADA from Coinbase to the wallet as a test. All good.
Then I created another Yoroi wallet using the Trezor. I send ADA from Coinbase direct to this wallet. All good.
I then sent ADA from the Yoroi-Trezor wallet to the standard wallet as a test. All good, no problems.
Unplugged the Trezor usb and put it in the safe.
2 weeks later I need to send some ADA. Take out the Trezor and plug it into the Yoroi-Trezor wallet. Check the balance in the wallet, all good.
Try to send ADA using the Trezor but now it will not let me send.
Error messages in Trezor say "“Change address staking rights do not match the current account”.
After trying various remedies I reseeded the Trezor with the only 12 word mnemonic I have. This restored the Trezor and all other coins are good. Go back to resend on Yoroi, same problem, transaction fails.
The Yoroi-Trezor wallet still has the correct balance and transaction history but when connected to the Trezor it will not let me send, only receive.
And that’s it. At no point did I do anything daft, I’ve been buying crypto since 2013, I’m not an expert but I’m not a noob either. This is the first time I’ve had a problem with a wallet.
I feel you (raph_cardano) might be on the right lines though. I read that the Yoroi wallet can handle different accounts. It seems to be some error in reading the wrong account. When I plug it into adalite.io the balance says zero but what if there is another key inside the Trezor from the original Yoroi-Trezor wallet that I created and is now hidden/overlaid for some reason? I don’t know how this stuff works but I think you’re on the right track. I still have the original Yoroi-Trezor wallet that was created 2 weeks ago and it’s all correct. Maybe the keys for this are still in the Trezor but how to access them or switch accounts.
As to your question I cannot find the private key info for the Trezor. Apparently you only have the mnemonic and this automatically generates the keys but you can’t see them.
I only created the one Trezor-Yoroi wallet and it’s the one I still have with all transaction history present and correct. I can access it, receive on it but I can’t send…