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August 27, 2018, 06:44:05 AM
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Can we connect a Ledger Nano S to a tablet?
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August 27, 2018, 06:48:59 AM
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if your tab runs Android and has OTG storage functionality, you can try this trick
https://medium.com/akomba/using-the-ledger-nano-s-hardware-wallet-with-android-35a38c06c18c
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August 29, 2018, 08:19:34 AM
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Yes. One way would be as bitfocus has suggested which will give you the 'mobile' bridge to your nano s.

The other way would be to setup a GNU/Linux environment [1] on your android tablet and install ledger live on it.
This will give you the desktop version of the UI (ledger live) for your nano s.


[1] https://www.xda-developers.com/guide-installing-and-running-a-gnulinux-environment-on-any-android-device/

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August 29, 2018, 05:31:49 PM
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Yes. One way would be as bitfocus has suggested which will give you the 'mobile' bridge to your nano s.

The other way would be to setup a GNU/Linux environment [1] on your android tablet and install ledger live on it.
This will give you the desktop version of the UI (ledger live) for your nano s.


[1] https://www.xda-developers.com/guide-installing-and-running-a-gnulinux-environment-on-any-android-device/

It must be unbearable to use a gnu/Linux environment on a smartphone/tablet. Unless your device has 2 Go Ram at least, the system must lag most of the time (?) I won't even try to bother with it otherwise the tablet may go through the window

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August 30, 2018, 11:58:23 AM
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Before connect to Ledger nano to a tablet install Ledger made app. Go to the link I’m giving. Hope it’ll help you to solve your question- https://kb.myetherwallet.com/hardware-wallets/ledger-hardware-wallet-using-with-android.html
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August 30, 2018, 12:06:04 PM
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Yes. One way would be as bitfocus has suggested which will give you the 'mobile' bridge to your nano s.

The other way would be to setup a GNU/Linux environment [1] on your android tablet and install ledger live on it.
This will give you the desktop version of the UI (ledger live) for your nano s.


[1] https://www.xda-developers.com/guide-installing-and-running-a-gnulinux-environment-on-any-android-device/

It must be unbearable to use a gnu/Linux environment on a smartphone/tablet. Unless your device has 2 Go Ram at least, the system must lag most of the time (?) I won't even try to bother with it otherwise the tablet may go through the window

You don't need 2 Go to run a gnu/Linux distro... For example, Lubuntu will run perfectly smooth with 1Go, arch linux will run fine with 512Mb. If you don't need a window manager, you can even run smoothly with less resources (altough i'm pretty sure you'll need a window manager when you try to run a linux distro on your tablet tough).

If you know what you're doing, you can even install slax, i've seen it run on systems with 64Mb of ram Smiley

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August 30, 2018, 05:02:20 PM
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I see,... When I was writing the comment I was thinking more in case you use a browser. I know Lubuntu uses about 200 Mo but once you start to use a browser with it, (for example, Chrome/Firefox can easily eat 0.8 Go RAM) you can quicklly be out of RAM. And the processor on a tablet/smartphone is weaker than a laptop
When I wanted to learn how to Linux I was buying a VPS with 1 Go RAM and used Openbox with it. It was using about 100 Mo but using a browser the RAM was filled pretty quickly. Arch is hard to use and Slax is for grandfathers Cheesy
Sorry for the off-topic BTW.

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August 31, 2018, 04:42:22 AM
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I have happily used a Ledger Nano S on my android tablet (and phone) in conjunction with Mycelium and an OTG ("On-The-Go") cable to manage BTC.

Not sure what options there are for other coins tho... I'm not a big user of ETH or other altcoins to be honest.

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