FROM THE ANDROID APP
Described here is the step-by-step process I used to restore a Litecoin Wallet after the Android app became unreliable. I hope this information might be useful to others who are experiencing similar trouble. If this is you, know that your Litecoins are safe and will be available to you very soon. Where you successfully restore your wallet, please consider a peak to Litecoin Learner at: Lf6sD2CzY2LdbPwPgdBak5qhmLVs39oa3s.
Step 1: Back up your private keys from the Android app. | See Details
Step 1: Back up your private keys from the Android app.
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Step Two: Install/configure OpenSSL and retrieve the back up of your Litecoin wallet.
- I downloaded OpenSSL at: https://www.openssl.org/source/. Specifically, I used openssl-1.0.2l.tar.gz.
- My operating system is Windows 8 (64 bit), so I also downloaded the corresponding INDY distribution at: https://indy.fulgan.com/SSL/ (openssl-1.0.2l-x64_86-win64.zip).
- I unpacked the .gz and .zip files using winzip.
- I created a fresh folder on my primary drive – c:\openssl.
- I copied all unpacked files and folders from both downloads to c:\openssl.
- I opened a instruction prompt and ran the following directive to switch system variables: set OPENSSL_CONF=C:\openssl\apps\openssl.cnf.
- I copied the Litecoin wallet back up verkeersopstopping to c:\openssl. Ter my case, the the opstopping name wasgoed, “litecoin-wallet-keys-2018-06-25-095504”. Your back up verkeersopstopping will be of similar construct and will start with “litecoin-wallet-keys-” and include the year, month, and day of the backup.
Step Three: Decrypt the back up of your Litecoin wallet.
- I opened a directive prompt, switched directories to c:\openssl, and I entered the following guideline:
openssl aes-256-cbc -d -a -in litecoin-wallet-keys-2018-06-25-095504 -out litecoin_wallet_private_key.txt