Backup all wallets before android 10 upgrade

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Just upgraded to Android 10, and it looks like the encryption key store or whatever it's called is reset during the upgrade. This causes your phone to lose access to all the locally stored wallet files and such. So make sure you have all your seeds and private keys backed up before you upgrade.


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  1. TotesMessenger

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    I’m a bot, *bleep*, *bloop*. Someone has linked to this thread from another place on reddit:

    – [/r/buttcoin] [Update your phone software? Wallet gone, SFYL](https://www.reddit.com/r/Buttcoin/comments/d1oofb/update_your_phone_software_wallet_gone_sfyl/)

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  2. renesq

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    Apart from incidents like that, Android’s key storage is pretty cutting-edge. It still relies on a trustworthy app company, but other parties don’t have access to the data. They say that it’s even safe from root kits.

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