How to restore a wallet from seed
If the wizard isn’t already open, go to File → New/Restore.
In the wizard, select Restore wallet from seed. Then, select your seed type.
Carefully type the seed into the textbox. Put a single space between each word. Double check that all words are entered in the correct order and spelled correctly.
Optionally, enter the seed offset passphrase. This is not the same as your wallet password or the wallet restore height. If you are unsure what this is, leave it blank.
On the next page, enter the restore height or wallet creation date. Follow through the rest of the wizard like normal.
Restoring a wallet from seed will restore the following information about your wallet:
- Transaction history
- Wallet balance
- Subaddresses and accounts
Information that can’t be restored by restoring from seed:
- Account labels
- Subaddress labels
- Transaction keys
- Transaction descriptions
- Destinations of outgoing transactions