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Since I don't know what wallet app on Android you're using, I'll give an answer that should work for any: If you create an account at Coinbase, you can import your private keys and then send them to an address on your Android wallet. This requires th
Last Updated: *Are you looking for the best Bitcoin Wallets for iOS? Click here. * Android was the first mobile platform with Bitcoin wallets and has offered standalone apps, that don’t rely on a central server to process transactions, since very ear
Hey everyone, Haven’t posted in a while. Here’s something new that I came across and thought might be useful. This post is for anyone who has wanted to create an application that could communicate with another phone running your same application
I have a fairly straightforward question that's still unanswered after googling for days for a definite answer, I hope you guys can help me out with this one here. Background: I have Mycelium Bitcoin Wallet installed on my Android phone [ROOT], I hav
piuk:Quote from: ripper234 on May 24, 2012, 04:46:25 AMhttp://bitcoin. stackexchange. com/questions/3775/how-exactly-does-mywallets-android-client-work When I create an account via my desktop browser, I am assured that the password only exists on my
A while back, I installed the Bitcoin Android app and moved 5 BTC on it. Fast forward to now, new phone, new ROM, and the app seems completely unwilling to update its blockchain, meaning I have no way to move my BTCs elsewhere. Looking at the source,
The problem here is that creating a transaction requires 2 things: The utxo (unspent transaction output) set of your addresses. This is basically a record of all bitcoins sent to the addresses in your wallet. dat file
Not being an iOS person I can't weigh in on the features etc. of the various iOS apps, but a quick glance over the various projects seems to show an assortment of thin clients and no actual iOS-based bitcoind implementation. [1] https://market