Due to the decentralized nature of S-ONE Wallet, you can import your old S-ONE Wallet or a 2nd party wallets using a Recovery Phrase or Private Key.
Importing a Wallet
We will now proceed to the process of importing wallets. This is somewhat similar with How to Restore a Multi-Coin Wallet. The only difference is instead of choosing a Multi-Coin Wallet, we will choose to Import an Ethereum wallet.
How to Access Wallet Import Screen
Open S-ONE Wallet and then tap on Settings.
In the Menu screen, you will find here Wallets.
Tap on the “+” sign on the upper right to access the Import Screen. Tap on Ethereum
Method 1: Import via Recovery Phrase
Type the Recovery Phrase on the Phrase tab of the Import Ethereum screen. Alternatively, you can scan the QR code(if you have one). Put a Name so that you can easily recognise the wallet. Once you are done typing, just tap on Import.
Method 2: Import via Private Key
A Private Key is a tiny bit of code that is paired with a public key to set off algorithms for text encryption and decryption. Private and public keys are both derived from your recovery phrases.
Type the Private Key on the Private Key tab of the Import Ethereum screen. Alternatively, you can scan the QR code(if you have one). Once you are done typing, just tap on Import.
And there you have it. You have completely imported your wallet.