How do I sync my Exodus wallet to a different device?

Everything you need to know on how to sync your Exodus wallet across multiple devices!


In this Article:


Desktop

How do I sync my desktop wallet to a different computer?

This is for your Exodus wallet that you have just downloaded on a new computer device and hasn't been set up yet.

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First thing you will need to do is find your current desktop wallet's 12-word secret phrase. Check out this article to view your 12-word recovery phrase: How do I view my 12 Word Secret Phrase.
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Next open up Exodus on the new computer and restore your 12-word recovery phrase: How do I restore from my 12 Word Secret Phrase.

Exodus will restore your wallet to your new computer device!

How do I sync my desktop wallet to a mobile/tablet device?

This is to sync your Exodus desktop wallet to a brand new mobile/tablet device that has no crypto in it.

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Open your Exodus wallet on your desktop computer, then click the settings icon in the top right and then on the Devices tab just click Sync.

Enter your wallet's password then you will see a QR code on your computer.
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Now open your Exodus wallet on your mobile or tablet device that has no crypto in it.
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Then tap the profile icon in the bottom right that looks like the silhouette of a person then tap Settings.
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Tap Sync Devices.
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Choose the option Computer.
This will open your mobile's camera, simply point it at the QR code found on your computer screen.

All you need to do now is confirm the request on your computer and you are done! Exodus on your mobile or tablet will ask you to restart and then will sync your desktop wallet to it.


Mobile

How do I sync my mobile wallet to a different mobile/tablet device?

This is to sync your Exodus mobile wallet to your brand new mobile/tablet device that has no crypto in it.

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Open your Exodus wallet on your mobile device with your crypto in it, then tap the profile icon in the bottom right that looks like the silhouette of a person then tap Settings.

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Tap Sync Devices.

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Choose the option Mobile or Tablet.

Enter your wallet's passcode then you will see a QR code on the screen.
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Now open your Exodus wallet on your 2nd mobile or tablet device that has no crypto in it.
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Then tap the profile icon in the bottom right that looks like the silhouette of a person then tap Settings.
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Tap Sync Devices.
This will open your mobile's camera, simply point it at the QR code found on your original mobile screen.

All you need to do now is confirm the request on your first mobile device and you are done! Exodus on your second mobile or tablet will ask you to restart and then will sync your wallet to it.

Please note: If you have just downloaded Exodus wallet on your new mobile/table device and have not set it up (you still see the Getting Started screen) then you can tap I already have a wallet at the bottom, Then tap Scan QR Code and choose the option Mobile or Tablet instead.

How do I sync my mobile wallet to a computer?

This is to sync your Exodus mobile wallet to your brand new computer that has no crypto in it.

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Open your Exodus wallet on your mobile device with your crypto in it, then tap the profile icon in the bottom right that looks like the silhouette of a person then tap Settings.

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Tap Sync Devices.

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Choose the option Computer.

Enter your wallet's passcode then you will see a QR code on the screen.
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Now open your Exodus wallet on your computer that has no crypto in it.

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Click the Settings icon in the top right corner then click on the Device tab and then Sync Devices.

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Click the Scan QR Code option.

This will open your computer's camera, simply point it at your mobile QR code found on your first device.

All you need to do now is confirm the request on your mobile device and you are done! Exodus will sync your mobile wallet to your computer.


My wallet won't give me the option to show the device's camera, what should I do?

Not to worry! All this means is that you already have some crypto inside both of your Exodus wallets that you are trying to sync.

All you need to do is simply send all of your crypto from one wallet to the other, to ensure only one wallet has crypto in it then follow the relevant steps above!

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