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April 02, 2019, 04:41:03 AM
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i been using long time electrum and other lightweight wallets and was fine, but on new pc installed armory wallet and got payment from friend, but it need all blockchain synchronize blocks and that takes very long and my sdd is only 60gb left so no space to download all data and get online by myself.
i do have wallet backup file and password. anybody can help run my wallet and clear funds out to another wallet?
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April 02, 2019, 05:03:09 AM
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Export the private key of the specific address used for that payment and import/sweep it to Electrum if you still have one:
  • Open your wallet, Find the "backup this wallet" button and click it.
  • Click "Export Key List" and enter your passphrase.
  • Your Private key should appear [Uncheck "HASH160", "Private Key (Plain HEX)", "Public Key" and "Chain Index" for a better view]
  • Copy the private key (should start with "5", sometimes "K or L") of the specific address.

In Electrum:
  • Open your Main wallet.
  • Click "Wallet" tab and select "Private key" then "Sweep".
  • Paste the private key (start with "p2pkh:" if armory's address starts with "1", If "3" "p2wpkh-p2sh:" and if "bc1": "p2wpkh:")
    Example: p2pkh:5XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
  • Click Sweep to continue

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April 02, 2019, 05:13:35 AM
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thanks for posting, but my offline & not synchronized with network wallet which was created yesterday and received 1 payment not have public key yet.need run it on bitcoin core and synchronize all data upto date to be able to do that as you say.. can you ?
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April 02, 2019, 06:04:59 AM
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It doesn't need to be synchronized in order to export the keys.
I just found this old guide with images, just follow the instructions provided (almost same as the above): Re: Import Armory Wallet to Blockchain

Theoretically, the first address' key should show up but...
If it didn't showed up because Armory doesn't "know" that the address was used, check "Include Unused (address pool)" to view the next addresses based from the root key.

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April 02, 2019, 11:02:38 AM
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It doesn't need to be synchronized in order to export the keys.
I just found this old guide with images, just follow the instructions provided (almost same as the above): Re: Import Armory Wallet to Blockchain

Theoretically, the first address' key should show up but...
If it didn't showed up because Armory doesn't "know" that the address was used, check "Include Unused (address pool)" to view the next addresses based from the root key.
this really worked and now i am using my wallet thrue electrum. thank you goodman for help!

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