“a prompt to update the wallet from a json file to a wlt file”
after I click sign in without having put password then its show an upgrade warning. I put there password but get “wrong password” message.
I try same password that I used to “Export for Lightwallet” function in NCC but for some unknown reason it says wrong password. I had a try like 4-5 times and fail, but when I try to log in again to NCC client with the same pass it works just fine.
If there is only one account you are about to migrate, there is a simpler migration method.
Display the secret key with NCC.
Select “Privete key wallet” from the “signup” menu of NanoWallet and enter necessary information.
As you enter here, “Wallet name” and “Password” are newly set so you do not have to do the same as before.
If you cant log into your wallet on NCC and it warns you that you have supplied the wrong password
than it means that it can’t unlock your wallet file with the password you supplied.
This has nothing to the with the connection to the NIS server.
Your private key is stored on your computer in *.wlt file which is encrypted.
Unless you know the password you can’t open it.
Do you have your private key somewhere saved?
If you have private key then you can use NanoWallet.
If you can log in into NCC export your private key and save it somewhere in safe place.
You could still use NCC but you will be pay higher fees for doing transfers and also
there is no support for NCC any more so you never know after which NIS upgrade it will
stop working correctly.
Well this i do not know.
You could try just with primary one.
But do not delete the NCC or the old wallet before you successfully import into NanoWallet all your addresses.
Also in NCC you could export the wallet with option “export for lightweight wallet” this should export all the addresses that you have there.
NanoWallet can import a wallet file if saved in this format.
I have done it using this option and it transfered all the addresses that i had created in the wallet
(except the ones in the address book).
Yeah I did try to do the same but for some unknown reason I was unable to log in nanowallet with the same password that I successfully do log in NCC. Also the export to lightwallet feature(to get json file) worked just fine for me.
I have plenty of xem there that why I worry and dont wanna take a risk by experiments.
Passwords specified in NCC only recognize the first 128 characters.
NanoWallet does not have that limit.
For the reasons above, when entering a password with NanoWallet, you can login by entering the first 128 characters of the password.
I am having the same problem as FLASH and have downloaded the new version of NCC but now I am having trouble getting NCC to run. It seems to try and run, but closes immediately after opening. Would appreciate any suggestions!