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How to Import Private Keys to Desktop Litecoin/Dogecoin Wallet!

If you accidentally used your Android wallet app such as Litecoin wallet app or Dogecoin wallet for P2P/Solo mining, you may end up in a nasty situation where your wallet app freezes and refuses to give you any money. (Oh No Much Lost!)

Well, there’s a simple way to import the private keys to your computer Litecoin/Dogecoin wallet.

First, find your backup keys from your wallet app then copy the file to your Linux/Mac. You will need Linux or Mac to decrypt your keys.

Open terminal and type:
openssl enc -d -aes-256-cbc -a -in this.key
Replace “this.key” with your key filename. And also make sure you are in the same directory as where the key file is.

If you have an encrypted wallet, it will ask you for the password.

You should get a bunch of random letter like “1KJSjsdh234lkasdlkBlahBlahBlah”.

Now, open up your Desktop wallet and Help->Debug Window->Console.

importprivkey "1KJSjsdh234lkasdlkBlahBlahBlah"

You should replace “1KJSjsdh234lkasdlkBlahBlahBlah” with the random letters you got earlier.

Wait a bit and you should see your balance showing up on Desktop wallet now.

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