wallet recovery – Recover Greenbits address – I have the 24 words (checksum matches too)

In April 3rd, 2018, I created a bitcoin wallet with Greenbits and sent 0.02 BTC to it (tx)

I wrote down the 24 words in 2 columns in a paper, alternatively in each column. So the 1st one in the 1st, column, the second one in the second column, the 3rd one in the 1st, column, etc. I’m quite sure I didn’t set a password because that option wasn’t given to me with the Greenbits version I used (I installed that one now to see how it was and see if repeating the process would give me some clue)

I had to wipe my phone and reinstall Green. When trying to restore the wallet and entering the words, it says ‘login failed’. The checksum matches, because the OK button turns green.
Some more info. I also wrote down a 3-letter word (‘lns’) on a corner of the paper. Not quite sure what it means. Also, on the back, an alphanumeric 16-character string with numbers and letters, all lowercase. Also, not sure what it means. I’d say it wasn’t written on that day because it’s written in a different color.

Here are all the things I’ve tried, all unsuccessfully so far

  • Writing the seed word in another order: first the first column, then the second one. The checksum doesn’t match, so I assume that the right order was the one I described before (I know now that this fancy ordering is probably a bad idea)
  • Trying out different letters for the extra 3 words starting with l, n and s – didn’t work as the checksum didn’t match for most of them

I don’t have the nlocktimes.zip file so can’t use garecovery to try to recover my wallet.
AFAIK, Green/Greenbits use a 2 of 2 multisig setup, where Blockstream stores the other key. That would make it hard / impossible to brute force different combinations of the 24 words I have.

What else could I try?

recovery mode – Asus Zenfone cycling in the starting of charging process

I have an ASUS ZenFone Max Pro (XOOT/XOOTD ?)

It is/was discharged and powered off. When i plug it in for charging, it is cycling in start of chaging:

  1. vibration
  2. the icon of empty battery
  3. The bootloader is unlocked… text
  4. the icon of empty battery
  5. empty screen
  6. and then starts again from vibration

I tried to clean the phone’s connector, even wiped and stracthed the connector a littlebit, and changed cable, charging source. (One cable is in the 1A charger, another cable is connected to PC.) It doesn’t get better.

I tried to leave it in the cycling, i hoped it gets some power.

Does the phone charge always when connected to power, or it just start the charging process after it shows the charging animation (which i don’t reach)?

I tried to step in Fastboot mode. It stays in this mode, no cycling.

Does the phone charge in fastboot mode?

I tried to step in Recovery mode.

  1. vibration
  2. powered by android
  3. The bootloader is unlocked… text
  4. powered by android
  5. empty screen and turns off

In fastboot mode i tried to flash stock recovery, and also TWRP recovery. The flashing process works, but i still cannot get in recovery mode, to see something more, maybe about battery or i dont know.

Of course the phone does not turn on. The same as when i try to get in recovery mode.

  1. vibration
  2. powered by android
  3. The bootloader is unlocked… text
  4. powered by android
  5. empty screen and turns off

I did not do anything special nowadays with the phone. Bootloader unlock and rooting was years ago, nor i did upgrade, so nothing special. I just used the phone, it discharged, and i’m in this state.

What can i do?
Is it something with charging, or it has enough power after connected in fastboot mode, but the problem is something with the software?

Please help.

BitGo Wallet Recovery – Bitcoin Stack Exchange

I lost access to my BitGo account. I have my BitGo Keycard and passphrase. Using the Recovery Tool I was able to generate a btc-recovery-xxx.json file. I tried broadcasting the transactionHex using Block Cypher, however I receive the following error:

Error validating transaction: Rejected script for input 0 referencing

I’m willing to pay a bounty for the answer.

postgresql – ERROR: canceling statement due to conflict with recovery

I got the error below:

ERROR: canceling statement due to conflict with recovery.
Detail: User query might have needed to see row versions that must be removed.;
nested exception in org.postgresql.util.PSQLException:ERROR:canceling statement due to
conflict with recovery.
Detail: User query might have needed to see row versions that must be removed.

This error occur on standby, when we use long query.
We use postgresql version 12.0. 1 Master and 2 standby servers.

Could you please give us the solution? We are looking to hearing from you.

Many thanks,

touchscreen – Ghost touch… Could it be software if problem persists in safe-mode and recovery?

This part of my screen is not working (white part). Weird thing is that it used to be only this part just less than a week ago.

In safe mode it’s the same thing. In TWRP as well.

Is there any chance that is could be a software issue? This happened suddenly. I didn’t drop the phone or get water in it.

What makes me think it could be software is that there are strange behaviors, such as not being able to click allow on the permission pop up regardless of where it is on the screen. I have to bypass it by going to Settings>Apps>(the app)>permission>and then allow it from there. This being strange because had it been a hardware issue than I don’t see how it won’t let me tap on this dialog box but no problems on the same spot when dialog box is not there. However when lock the phone/turn of the screen (press power button) and unlock, it clears.

Another thing is that the touchscreen freezes or it’s continuously pressed at one point which is in the white area. I can tell it’s pressing there because I enabled show taps from Developer options.

I’ve already cleaned the connectors. Made no difference.

Phone has been rooted for a while. Android 7. Moto C Plus.

bitcoin recovery when exchange ceases business

They should be independent of the exchange that manages them I assume.

Should be

If coinroom was a regulated currency exchange then there might be some financial arrangements they would be required to make by law. There is no indication this was the case. Even if it were the case, people often set up businesses that do not obey the law, through carelessness, incompetence or deliberate criminal intent.

Cold storage

Coinroom may have claimed they kept funds in cold storage but I am not aware of any independent audit of their processes – no one can easily tell whether such claims were true.

Even if they were kept in cold storage – that does not by itself provide any guarantees about how those funds would be disposed of when the business ceases operations.

Not your keys, not your bitcoin.

When you buy BTC at an exchange, you are giving money to someone else that you trust. The exchange owns the BTC not you. What you “own” is a debt whose amount is denominated in BTC. You have 0 BTC until you use that exchange’s facilities to transfer that BTC out of the exchange and into your own standalone wallet – to an address for which only you know and/or control the private-key.

How do I recover my bitcoins

Creditors of a failed business

When you gave money to the business in Poland, you would, if prudent, have made a note of the registered company (if any), its address, registration details and it’s owners and managers names etc. You could then find out the legal status of the company and if it has been placed into any insolvency process by company regulators in Poland. If so, you might be able to register as a creditor in any winding up proceedings.

Debt recovery, breach of contract etc.

You gave some money to a business in Poland. The way to recover money from a business in Poland is to engage a lawyer in Poland and see if a prosecution is possible under Polish law. This is likely to be expensive. It will take a long time (compare MtGox) there is no guarantee that this process will be successful.

Recovering stolen money

If you believe a crime was committed, you could report the crime to your local police. I wouldn’t hold out too much hope of recovering your money, especially if you are not a resident of Poland.

wallet recovery – What is this 18-word seed of random letters?

This sounds like a job for Luke Childs’ BIP39 recovery tool, which has now been merged into Electrum. It scans common derivation paths for common seed configurations, in search for previously used addresses and balance.

You can run it offline on your own machine (as you should!), just ensure that the Electrum wallet you download is not compromised.

You can download the Electrum desktop app for most OSs (+ signatures) here

wordpress.org – WordPress recovery link not working after Updraft+ plugin update

I have a website on WordPress.org.

After an update of Updraft + plugin, lines of error appear on top of every page (making it quite scary for me and any visitor!)

see screen capture

I cannot access to my WordPress dashboard to delete this plugin.

I received an email with a link for recovery mode. It is supposed to allow me to access to my dashboard, but I receive the same error message on this link. (I tried with Opera, Chrome and Edge: same result).

I called my host (Ionos) but they told me to get in touch with WordPress.org – which I cannot because I did not pay anything. The same for Updraft+.

Do you have any idea of how I could fix this problem?

Thank you in advance!

App Windows – DiskInternals Linux Recovery | Nulled Scripts Download

File Size : 33.7 Mb

DiskInternals Linux Recovery is a handy no-cost utility that runs under any version of Windows and designed to recover the erased or damaged information that is kept on Ext2/Ext3 partitions.​

Linux Recovery might come in handy on a number of occasions when due to the unforeseen contingencies there was a loss of important data stored on Ext2/Ext3 disks.

Linux Recovery can recover both the files you just accidentally deleted and the files which have been erased long ago. It’s also capable of restoring corrupted files and can read and recover the information located on an inaccessible drive. The files you restore can be saved on any (including network) disk, which is visible to the host operating system.

The utility also allows you to repair a corrupt or damaged partition table and attempt to restore a disk after a serious crash, so you’ll have a chance to repair a serious malfunction right away.

In case you noticed that you lost a piece of valuable information only after you formatted a partition, DiskInternals Linux Recovery can unformat the disk and it’ll be up and running again.

Linux Recovery can create a virtual partition and mount an image so it can be processed just like any another regular disk.

Linux Recovery is easy-to-use as its interface resembles the Explorer menu. The recovery process is simple and convenient and comes through a built in wizard so you don’t have to be an advanced user to handle with the utility just follow the provided options.

Linux Recovery serves well to save your deleted or damaged valuable data and comes with a number of useful features. It is both handy and absolutely free. The program will benefit anyone who wants to recover some data from Ext2/Ext3 partitions.

Updates: official site does not provide any info about changes in this version



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macos – How do I exit/cancel Mac recovery mode password page?

I had some problems with my work MacBook Air that runs MacOS 10.14.6. I read that it is easy to fix this problem in recovery mode, so I tried to get into recovery mode for the first time.

I restarted my computer, and held down command+R. Now I see that it’s asking for a password that I don’t have.

I’d like to cancel and go into the normal log in screen. How do I do that? Is it safe to hold down the power button in this state? The only things visible on the screen are a lock icon, password bar, an enter button, and the mouse cursor.

This is a related question: Forgotten recovery mode password. I think that one is focused on getting in to recovery mode without the password, and it doesn’t have an accepted answer.