How to reset and restore Ledger Nano X to use as a previous device – step by step guide

You can actually sync the new device to be associated with the data from the old device and use it alongside with it. This way you can keep your Nano S at home or elsewhere safe while using the Nano X on the go and with you at all times since it has the wireless sync feature which makes it ideal for everyday usage…..

Ledger Nano S - The secure hardware wallet

In my previous tutorial I showed you how to set up the Ledger Nano X as a new device but many of us already have the previous model (the Ledger Nano S) and we have a lot of coins already stored there, so this is a very useful tutorial for those who, like me, want to replace the nano S with this new device and use it instead. You can actually sync the new device to be associated with the data from the old device and use it alongside with it. This way you can keep your Nano S at home or elsewhere safe while using the Nano X on the go and with you at all times since it has the wireless sync feature which makes it ideal for everyday usage.

This is my thorough video with step by step guidance on what you need to do.

I start with resetting the device because I had it set up as a new device, but if you just bought yours and have not set it up at all, then skip the first 7 minutes of the video and go straight to the part where I start the restore process.

🔑 Get your own Ledger Nano X (or S) here: http://bit.do/ledgerNano

Here’s my previous tutorial in case you are new to the Ledger Nano devices and want to set it up as a new device: https://crypto-corner.com/2019/06/05/ledger-nano-x-tutorial/

Ledger Nano S - The secure hardware wallet

Author: OJ Jordan

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