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Wallet recovery


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I opened a Bluewallet account a few months ago to donate and ypgrade my membership. Problem is i has the password codes in my Samsung secure notes and deleted it by mistake

 Does any or is anyone familiar with how to recover lost passcodes? I tried.to google Google bluewallet support but all i get are "pick a topic" quesrions and none go into detail

 Good thing i only sent $10 as a test run because I've still no idea how to use one to deposit, send nor store in one. Any help would be greatly appreciated...thanks in advance 

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@Rocco-x So when you lose the password, in most cases you'll need your backup phrase, you probably were given one when you made you made the account. There are other ways, such as a file, a key, etc but I'm not sure what you mean with ''password codes''. If you lost for example the password and the backup phrase, that wallet is gone. However if you only had 10 bucks in it, what not just make another one and properly write everything down? Even writing it in a piece of paper, but remember that losing the password and the method of recovery you had means losing the waller and all of the funds you had in it.

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