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October 05, 2015, 10:12:19 AM
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How can i erase Breadwallet + all its data ?
i have a test version on my iPhone 6, never save the passphrase (seeds)
i know right  Roll Eyes
i want to erase it and start with a new fresh wallet (but the old password always comes up)
Huh
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On the settings menu, delete the seed and start fresh.

- start/recover another wallet ?
i can not, do not have the old seeds or password
??

I erased the whole phone already
installed new wallet, set up new wallet, all worked
but the sec i do a sync with iTunes the old wallet comes back and i am stuck again
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Exactly, that's the option. No need to restore your phone just for this Cheesy You get the old wallet back because that's the information synced with iTunes. When you restored, did you set it up as new phone or did you restore from an iTunes/iCloud backup?
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October 05, 2015, 11:50:27 AM
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How can i erase Breadwallet + all its data ?
i have a test version on my iPhone 6, never save the passphrase (seeds)
i know right  Roll Eyes
i want to erase it and start with a new fresh wallet (but the old password always comes up)
Huh
tx

On the settings menu, delete the seed and start fresh.

- start/recover another wallet ?
i can not, do not have the old seeds or password
??

I erased the whole phone already
installed new wallet, set up new wallet, all worked
but the sec i do a sync with iTunes the old wallet comes back and i am stuck again
 Huh

Exactly, that's the option. No need to restore your phone just for this Cheesy You get the old wallet back because that's the information synced with iTunes. When you restored, did you set it up as new phone or did you restore from an iTunes/iCloud backup?

I can not !
there it is asking me for "Recovery Phrase to wipe it and start/recover another."
and i do not have that

Edit:
sorry this is such a pain ... , i just wanted to install a test wallet,(did not save anything) and planned to install a proper wallet after
but now i can not get rid of that test
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October 05, 2015, 02:53:18 PM
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I can not !
there it is asking me for "Recovery Phrase to wipe it and start/recover another."
and i do not have that

Edit:
sorry this is such a pain ... , i just wanted to install a test wallet,(did not save anything) and planned to install a proper wallet after
but now i can not get rid of that test
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I'm not quite sure I'm following your issue.

Does the wallet reappear after a simple sync with iTunes? If yes, I find that really odd, app info may be be nicely encrypted, but this is still another way to get access to a seed, I think (but that's another issue)

If disabling automatic sync on iTunes is an issue for you, try to delete everything breadwallet related on iTunes and see if it does the trick.
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October 05, 2015, 09:01:57 PM
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If you lost both your recovery phrase and your passcode, then after you enter 8 different incorrect passcodes, and about 24hrs of lockout, the wallet will reset and you can start a new one.

I haven't run into an issue where iTunes syncing overwrites app keychain data with older data. If you're still encountering this problem, please open github issue (linked on breadwallet.com) so we can get more information about your phone and settings.

How can i erase Breadwallet + all its data ?
i have a test version on my iPhone 6, never save the passphrase (seeds)
i know right  Roll Eyes
i want to erase it and start with a new fresh wallet (but the old password always comes up)
Huh
tx

On the settings menu, delete the seed and start fresh.

- start/recover another wallet ?
i can not, do not have the old seeds or password
??

I erased the whole phone already
installed new wallet, set up new wallet, all worked
but the sec i do a sync with iTunes the old wallet comes back and i am stuck again
 Huh
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October 06, 2015, 02:24:18 AM
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Contact the guy who made the app then your good
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October 06, 2015, 10:02:28 AM
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If you lost both your recovery phrase and your passcode, then after you enter 8 different incorrect passcodes, and about 24hrs of lockout, the wallet will reset and you can start a new one.

I haven't run into an issue where iTunes syncing overwrites app keychain data with older data. If you're still encountering this problem, please open github issue (linked on breadwallet.com) so we can get more information about your phone and settings.

How can i erase Breadwallet + all its data ?
i have a test version on my iPhone 6, never save the passphrase (seeds)
i know right  Roll Eyes
i want to erase it and start with a new fresh wallet (but the old password always comes up)
Huh
tx

On the settings menu, delete the seed and start fresh.

- start/recover another wallet ?
i can not, do not have the old seeds or password
??

I erased the whole phone already
installed new wallet, set up new wallet, all worked
but the sec i do a sync with iTunes the old wallet comes back and i am stuck again
 Huh

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October 10, 2015, 05:02:13 PM
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you can view the passphrase in the settings menu!

and then type it down to delete that wallet.

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October 12, 2015, 07:16:04 PM
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How can i erase Breadwallet + all its data ?
i have a test version on my iPhone 6, never save the passphrase (seeds)
i know right  Roll Eyes
i want to erase it and start with a new fresh wallet (but the old password always comes up)
Huh
tx

On the settings menu, delete the seed and start fresh.

- start/recover another wallet ?
i can not, do not have the old seeds or password
??

I erased the whole phone already
installed new wallet, set up new wallet, all worked
but the sec i do a sync with iTunes the old wallet comes back and i am stuck again
 Huh

Exactly, that's the option. No need to restore your phone just for this Cheesy You get the old wallet back because that's the information synced with iTunes. When you restored, did you set it up as new phone or did you restore from an iTunes/iCloud backup?

I can not !
there it is asking me for "Recovery Phrase to wipe it and start/recover another."
and i do not have that

Edit:
sorry this is such a pain ... , i just wanted to install a test wallet,(did not save anything) and planned to install a proper wallet after
but now i can not get rid of that test
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You can enter a bad pin. Keep doing it. The delay will keep increasing. It will take about 24 hours to get to the point... but once you put it in wrong like 5 or 6 times, the seed/wallet is wipped and you can start fresh. I had to do this myself once because I also didn't write down my first seed cause I was just planning to "play" with it.
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October 12, 2015, 07:25:38 PM
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Yes this is the correct way to do it. It's annoying but it prevents someone you loan you phone to from being able to erase your wallet. An unauthoized person must be in possession of the device for 24hrs (or be able to do a factory reset by knowing the device passcode)
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December 03, 2015, 11:39:38 AM
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Hey Aaron, thanks for the great app! (Though I don't use it, I'm not on iOS, which is my problem)

Question: what's a compatible, trusted implementation of the same 12-word seed wallet which works on the desktop/web as well?

The now defunct Hive Wallet (for the web) was one, which was a fork of Andreas Schildbach's Android wallet: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4384.msg13137786#msg13137786
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December 03, 2015, 06:10:33 PM
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Hey Aaron, thanks for the great app! (Though I don't use it, I'm not on iOS, which is my problem)

Question: what's a compatible, trusted implementation of the same 12-word seed wallet which works on the desktop/web as well?

The now defunct Hive Wallet (for the web) was one, which was a fork of Andreas Schildbach's Android wallet: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4384.msg13137786#msg13137786

We recommend strongly against ever typing your recovery phrase into other devices or wallet software, as they are not built to the same security standards. If however you are a security expert and have hardened your system against malware, or are just playing around with trivial amounts, then one other implementation i've referenced is https://dcpos.github.io/bip39/
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December 07, 2015, 12:59:51 AM
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I'm not sure if the question has been asked here or on the other thread, but is there any way/any plan to allow the ability to sign/verify addresses using bread? I feel like I might have asked this question before somewhere, but I can seem to find where I asked, so forgive me if I have asked this question before or some one else already has.

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December 07, 2015, 02:35:51 AM
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I'm not sure if the question has been asked here or on the other thread, but is there any way/any plan to allow the ability to sign/verify addresses using bread? I feel like I might have asked this question before somewhere, but I can seem to find where I asked, so forgive me if I have asked this question before or some one else already has.

We don't support it currently, but I would consider accepting a pull request that enabled it through an x-callback-url mechanism, so long as only allowed signing with already spent-from wallet addresses. We wouldn't want users exposing pubkeys for addresses that still have funds on them. I'm curious what your specific use case is. My perception is that this feature isn't used much anymore.
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December 07, 2015, 02:43:24 AM
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I'm not sure if the question has been asked here or on the other thread, but is there any way/any plan to allow the ability to sign/verify addresses using bread? I feel like I might have asked this question before somewhere, but I can seem to find where I asked, so forgive me if I have asked this question before or some one else already has.

We don't support it currently, but I would consider accepting a pull request that enabled it through an x-callback-url mechanism, so long as only allowed signing with already spent-from wallet addresses. We wouldn't want users exposing pubkeys for addresses that still have funds on them. I'm curious what your specific use case is. My perception is that this feature isn't used much anymore.

No real use for me right at this moment, just more of a curiosity/potential future use if a situation comes where I needed too verify something and I was away from my computer, so I could on my phone using bread.

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December 12, 2015, 02:04:16 PM
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It's my mobile wallet. Really like it.
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January 24, 2016, 02:28:18 PM
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Hey Aaron, thanks for the great app! (Though I don't use it, I'm not on iOS, which is my problem)

Question: what's a compatible, trusted implementation of the same 12-word seed wallet which works on the desktop/web as well?

The now defunct Hive Wallet (for the web) was one, which was a fork of Andreas Schildbach's Android wallet: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4384.msg13137786#msg13137786

We recommend strongly against ever typing your recovery phrase into other devices or wallet software, as they are not built to the same security standards. If however you are a security expert and have hardened your system against malware, or are just playing around with trivial amounts, then one other implementation i've referenced is https://dcpos.github.io/bip39/

Thanks for https://dcpos.github.io/bip39/

I'm all about standardization, not fragmentation. So, all in all, isn't Bread essentially the same as Hive > Coin.Space (over here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1004057) and/or Andreas Schildbach's Android wallet?

I guess, that's the best for all of is. Isn't it?

To ask my question in another way: How to recover Bread funds if whatever happens to you, or Apple for whatever reason pulls your wallet from the App store? You get the idea.

Thanks for your work!
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January 25, 2016, 12:27:15 AM
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To ask my question in another way: How to recover Bread funds if whatever happens to you

If the developer ceases to support the app you'll still have it on your device, working. To recover the coins, import your passphrase in MultiBit HD

or Apple for whatever reason pulls your wallet from the App store? You get the idea.

If Apple pulls the app, the same thing happens: you will still have it on your device until you uninstall it. Either way you'll have plenty of time to recover your coins in whatever situation. Don't forget to keep your seed stored somewhere.
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January 25, 2016, 02:36:41 AM
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To ask my question in another way: How to recover Bread funds if whatever happens to you

If the developer ceases to support the app you'll still have it on your device, working. To recover the coins, import your passphrase in MultiBit HD

or Apple for whatever reason pulls your wallet from the App store? You get the idea.

If Apple pulls the app, the same thing happens: you will still have it on your device until you uninstall it. Either way you'll have plenty of time to recover your coins in whatever situation. Don't forget to keep your seed stored somewhere.

Just curious, does bread run through multibit?  Or is multibit just capable of recovering any type of wallet with the correct seed?  I never ran multibit before, but if this is the case I might have to download it just in case.

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January 25, 2016, 12:33:25 PM
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To ask my question in another way: How to recover Bread funds if whatever happens to you

If the developer ceases to support the app you'll still have it on your device, working. To recover the coins, import your passphrase in MultiBit HD

or Apple for whatever reason pulls your wallet from the App store? You get the idea.

If Apple pulls the app, the same thing happens: you will still have it on your device until you uninstall it. Either way you'll have plenty of time to recover your coins in whatever situation. Don't forget to keep your seed stored somewhere.

Just curious, does bread run through multibit?  Or is multibit just capable of recovering any type of wallet with the correct seed?  I never ran multibit before, but if this is the case I might have to download it just in case.

What do you mean with run through? Both are apps on their own Smiley Multibit is capable of recovering breadwallet seeds. For reference, here's a wallet compatibility matrix.
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January 25, 2016, 12:44:40 PM
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