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March 01, 2019, 09:37:50 PM
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...but I think there is a problem with the new driver, they find them as an "Unknown device from BioMetrics".
Fairly sure that has happened before... I believe when the Trezor T first came out... SatoshiLabs is using a "free" USB Vendor ID rather than paying for their own Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

I went to the "wallet.trezor.io" page and it asked me to install the Trezor Bridge 2.0.25, so I downloaded and installed it... during install it said to disconnect the device, I did... the installer completed and came up with "Start Trezor Bridge" prompt... so I clicked OK.

I went back to the browser and clicked refresh... it said to connect my device, so I did and then Windows 10 popped up a little notification in the corner saying it was setting up "TREZOR".

So, yes... it does indeed sound like you have a driver issue. It is possible that the Trezor Bridge is not running (hence why the device was "unknown". Try uninstalling and reinstalling the Trezor Bridge... and make sure you have the "start Trezor Bridge" option selected... then open the wallet.trezor.io page and connect the device when prompted.

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March 02, 2019, 01:43:23 AM
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...but I think there is a problem with the new driver, they find them as an "Unknown device from BioMetrics".
Fairly sure that has happened before... I believe when the Trezor T first came out... SatoshiLabs is using a "free" USB Vendor ID rather than paying for their own Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

I went to the "wallet.trezor.io" page and it asked me to install the Trezor Bridge 2.0.25, so I downloaded and installed it... during install it said to disconnect the device, I did... the installer completed and came up with "Start Trezor Bridge" prompt... so I clicked OK.

I went back to the browser and clicked refresh... it said to connect my device, so I did and then Windows 10 popped up a little notification in the corner saying it was setting up "TREZOR".

So, yes... it does indeed sound like you have a driver issue. It is possible that the Trezor Bridge is not running (hence why the device was "unknown". Try uninstalling and reinstalling the Trezor Bridge... and make sure you have the "start Trezor Bridge" option selected... then open the wallet.trezor.io page and connect the device when prompted.

Similar thing is happening to me. I could update my Trezor T with no issues but my two Trezor One's cannot be updated. When I plug them into the computer (Windows 10 latest update) in bootloader mode the computer says USB device not recognized. Same thing with two original Trezor devices.

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March 06, 2019, 07:19:58 PM
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Trezor just released an article regarding the 1.8.0 Firmware update :

Code:
* Stable release, optional update
* Security improvements
* Upgraded to new storage format
* Stellar and NEM fixes
* New coins: ATS, KMD, XPM, XSN, ZCL
* New ETH tokens

There is a more detailed article regarding the security update: https://blog.trezor.io/details-of-security-updates-for-trezor-one-firmware-1-8-0-and-trezor-model-t-firmware-2-1-0-408e59dc012

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March 06, 2019, 09:49:07 PM
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I have just updated my Trezor One to 1.8.0 and Trezor T to 2.1.0. Both devices were not wiped during the update in my case so you shouldn't need to have your seed with you. It looks like support for Tron, Eos and Ontology will be added in the next update of Trezor T (GitHub).

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March 07, 2019, 08:56:36 PM
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So, what is there? Ripple is not supported with Trezor One, only Trezor Model T. Is it because not implemented yet, or is not technically possible?

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March 07, 2019, 10:31:17 PM
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So, what is there? Ripple is not supported with Trezor One, only Trezor Model T. Is it because not implemented yet, or is not technically possible?

Maybe not yet. But this makes me think that they will support it in the future:

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Trezor One, firmware update 1.8.0
In order to fix the security vulnerability announced in December, we have updated the way that Trezor One stores data so that it follows the more advanced, secure procedure followed by Model T. We are also currently in the process of backporting the modern, flexible, and functional code architecture from Model T to Trezor One, to ensure that Trezor One will always remain fully up-to-date.
https://blog.trezor.io/latest-updates-bring-new-architecture-to-trezor-one-and-ripple-support-to-model-t-3873ed3693c1

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March 12, 2019, 02:38:33 PM
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The main characteristics of the hardware wallet Trezor, instructions for setting up and sending cryptocurrency. Which wallet is better to buy and user reviews after purchase.


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March 12, 2019, 10:20:23 PM
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So, what is there? Ripple is not supported with Trezor One, only Trezor Model T. Is it because not implemented yet, or is not technically possible?

Maybe not yet. But this makes me think that they will support it in the future:

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Trezor One, firmware update 1.8.0
In order to fix the security vulnerability announced in December, we have updated the way that Trezor One stores data so that it follows the more advanced, secure procedure followed by Model T. We are also currently in the process of backporting the modern, flexible, and functional code architecture from Model T to Trezor One, to ensure that Trezor One will always remain fully up-to-date.
https://blog.trezor.io/latest-updates-bring-new-architecture-to-trezor-one-and-ripple-support-to-model-t-3873ed3693c1

I think, two weeks after I buy Trezor One, they introduced a new model T. good luck probably  Huh Now I have "old" hardware on my desk  Cheesy

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March 12, 2019, 10:23:37 PM
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I think, two weeks after I buy Trezor One, they introduced a new model T. good luck probably  Huh Now I have "old" hardware on my desk  Cheesy
It's not a Trezor, but I bought a Ledger Nano S a few weeks before prices dropped by a bunch on my country. Then, they released the Nano X which is even a little bit cheaper than what I paid for my old Nano S. Thankfully I don't act like this is such a big deal. My Nano S works fine.

This happens sometimes. :p

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April 03, 2019, 08:42:34 PM
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Trezor is looking for an office assistant! Who wouldn't like to work for a such company? Well... the only obstacle might be that you have to be able to speak Czech to read the following job offer.

https://www.startupjobs.cz/nabidka/10883/office-assistant?fbclid=IwAR2Aiq3XgpoT0MrphxJ9qEiIRhYb74ledsTXv_ihQS9Td16X-92q98WMb2w

I am quite sure that there was an article describing slight changes that were made to their logo but apparently, it was an April Fool's joke!

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May 01, 2019, 12:00:31 PM
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Trezor just released a new minor update (1.8.1). You can see the changelog here.

Anyon have an idea where to Tether support after the OMNI transactions parsing fix? (I realize that the device can already store USDT).

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June 14, 2019, 04:03:26 PM
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I've just noticed that some people posted on Trezor's telegram about the T1 going for 39$ only on Amazon. I thought it was worth sharing. As for their legitimacy, here is their response in Telegram. Not sure about the second guy as there is no admin tag near his name, but his comment was never removed so I believe he's actually with the team.

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June 14, 2019, 04:10:26 PM
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Is it really worth buying from an unofficial source just to save $40? Especially if it's to be used for storing non-insignificant amounts of money.

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June 25, 2019, 11:21:42 PM
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Is it really worth buying from an unofficial source just to save $40? Especially if it's to be used for storing non-insignificant amounts of money.

I would say "probably not", but tbh if its in original packaging, passes a visual inspection (trezor site has some pages that help with this), and you create a new seed/password/pin - then you're very unlikely to have any problems.

amazon has reputable sellers (but still be careful picking one) and are generally supported by trezor as a safe reseller.

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June 26, 2019, 01:54:23 AM
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Why take a chance to save a few days and dollars on shipping? Just buy direct from Trezor.

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June 26, 2019, 09:01:51 AM
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amazon has reputable sellers (but still be careful picking one) and are generally supported by trezor as a safe reseller.
This is still a problem. They are trustworthy sellers - yes, but can they distinguish a fake or manipulated hardware wallet from a real one?
Unless they are official re-sellers I would not trust them. It doesn't have to be that they are the ones who tampered with the device but the third party who sold it to them could have. 

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June 26, 2019, 11:58:34 AM
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Unless they are official re-sellers I would not trust them.   

Even if they're official resellers, Amazon has or used to have a problem where even if you bought a product from an official re-seller, you can receive a counterfeit product.

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June 27, 2019, 07:07:33 AM
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Even if they're official resellers, Amazon has or used to have a problem where even if you bought a product from an official re-seller, you can receive a counterfeit product.
That is an even bigger problem because if that is true one might ask himself where the re-sellers are getting their products from?
If some of them are counterfeit, they weren't delivered by Trezor.

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That is an even bigger problem because if that is true one might ask himself where the re-sellers are getting their products from?

Resellers may have sourced their products from a legitimate source but all of that is for naught if Amazon decides to commingle the same product from different sellers to save money.

I'd never take any chances with hardware wallets.

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How much time do updates take to go from Beta to the official wallet? I've seen a blog article in December 2018 about supporting Ethereum without using MEW, and apparently, that's still not available?

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