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July 18, 2018, 07:16:24 AM
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I heard that Chrome support for Ledger apps is going to discontinue.

So we are left with new Ledger Live.

Is there a 32-bit Windows version of Ledger Live?

If not what else can we do?

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July 18, 2018, 10:22:48 AM
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Unfortunately, no. Ledger's support page says it will not be compatible with 32 bit. You can always upgrade to 64bit, but that require wiping out all of your data so make sure to backup everything on your comp before you proceed (if you do).

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July 18, 2018, 10:41:02 AM
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You can always upgrade to 64bit, but that require wiping out all of your data so make sure to backup everything on your comp before you proceed (if you do).

Certain processors are incapable of running 64 bit windows. I have a couple of old Samsungs that won't do it.

You should be able to interact with a Ledger through Electrum which should run on a 32 bit machine - https://support.ledgerwallet.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005161925-Set-up-and-use-Electrum

I don't know how much functionality you give up with that though.

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July 18, 2018, 01:52:19 PM
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You should be able to interact with a Ledger through Electrum which should run on a 32 bit machine - https://support.ledgerwallet.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005161925-Set-up-and-use-Electrum
Or use MyEtherWallet to manage/send your ETH/ERC-20 tokens.

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July 18, 2018, 01:56:45 PM
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You can always upgrade to 64bit, but that require wiping out all of your data so make sure to backup everything on your comp before you proceed (if you do).

Certain processors are incapable of running 64 bit windows. I have a couple of old Samsungs that won't do it.

You should be able to interact with a Ledger through Electrum which should run on a 32 bit machine - https://support.ledgerwallet.com/hc/en-us/articles/115005161925-Set-up-and-use-Electrum

I don't know how much functionality you give up with that though.

You actually will have more functionality using Electrum

You will lose functionality with altcoins... For Ethereum you could use MEW.

However it was not discontinued yet, so you are good so far with the Chrome Spyware app.
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July 18, 2018, 02:04:09 PM
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I heard that Chrome support for Ledger apps is going to discontinue.

Chrome is going to cut off support to ALL extensions, not only for Ledger's wallet extensions, so this is in no way ledger's fault; just for your information.

But yea, 64bit is required, so re-install your operating system if you have to. If your hardware can't support 64bit though, unfortunately you have to either buy new computer hardware, or wait for the mobile version of ledger live.

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July 18, 2018, 02:14:05 PM
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Chrome is going to cut off support to ALL extensions, not only for Ledger's wallet extensions, so this is in no way ledger's fault; just for your information.

But yea, 64bit is required, so re-install your operating system if you have to. If your hardware can't support 64bit though, unfortunately you have to either buy new computer hardware, or wait for the mobile version of ledger live.
Just a FYI: even when Chrome stops supporting every Chrome app, you can keep using the old Ledger apps (while they are compatible with the hardware) by running them through nwjs.io

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Just https://nwjs.io/blog/chrome-apps-support/ and unpacking a release from a project available on https://github.com/ledgerhq should work
Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/ledgerwallet/comments/8ygld0/ledger_nano_s_chrome_apps/e2bkyne/

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July 18, 2018, 02:34:05 PM
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Chrome is going to cut off support to ALL extensions, not only for Ledger's wallet extensions, so this is in no way ledger's fault; just for your information.

But yea, 64bit is required, so re-install your operating system if you have to. If your hardware can't support 64bit though, unfortunately you have to either buy new computer hardware, or wait for the mobile version of ledger live.
Just a FYI: even when Chrome stops supporting every Chrome app, you can keep using the old Ledger apps (while they are compatible with the hardware) by running them through nwjs.io

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Just https://nwjs.io/blog/chrome-apps-support/ and unpacking a release from a project available on https://github.com/ledgerhq should work
Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/ledgerwallet/comments/8ygld0/ledger_nano_s_chrome_apps/e2bkyne/

Noice. Didn't know about this. Do you think the future versions of the Ledger firmware work with the obsolete ledger chome app though(after it loses support)? Definitely will ask r/ledgerwallet later if I remember.

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July 18, 2018, 05:08:16 PM
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Noice. Didn't know about this. Do you think the future versions of the Ledger firmware work with the obsolete ledger chome app though(after it loses support)? Definitely will ask r/ledgerwallet later if I remember.
I dunno. I think they will keep working for some time.

(At least while Ledger doesn't decide to do a full rewrite in the future)

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