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December 12, 2017, 07:09:29 PM

Hey guys,

I have a Ledger Nano S, and I recently downloaded the app sentinel and bitcoin balance apps from the android play store...

I got sentinel to show my BTC wallet balance which is awesome...

However, I can't figure out how to get my LTC and ETH wallet balances...

I tried bitcoin balance app and that one I think only accepts legacy addresses.

I actually got one of my LTC balances to show up there (I can't remember what adress I used fom the ledger app) but the external wallet address thing (XBC I think it was called?) is not giving me my balance...

so long story short, is there a way (an app or something) that you know of which will show me my balances in my ledger?

I love sentinel app, but it's unfortunetly only btc, and dev will not be doing a ltc/eth version anytime soon.

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December 12, 2017, 07:26:24 PM

Unfortunately there isn't,

A simple (not very accurate way) but it works is by using the 'CoinCap' App. You can create an 'Altfolio' and just enter how much of each crypto you own, when you check the app it tells you the total amount you have.

It works but can be a pain as you have to enter it manually and if you get more Litecoin for example, you then need to edit the amount you have in CoinCap

BTC: 1Q3B9pr84adJJxBNmo3w3FaEWgcCjCSPTv | ETH: 0x1A053Df90E06f59fc7Aeb12F7a7Ea1f47FA53748 | LTC: LYUQYCy7S68Yry2qv3XRC7xx62GbHZEWhH | BCH: lol Wink
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December 13, 2017, 05:06:57 AM

You would need to find Android litecoin and ETH wallets that work with hardware wallets... or at least allow you to import "xpubs". Then you could simply import the "xpub" (master PUBLIC key) for your Ledger wallet and create a "watching only" wallet on your mobile device.

I know the (newer?) LTC version of an xpub is the "ltub"... but I can't seem to find any explorers or wallets that allow importing them Sad  I'm not terribly familiar with ETH, I've used it about twice... so can't really comment on that one.

Maybe try asking the Electrum-LTC folks if they'll consider creating an Android version?

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