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    How to Setup the Trezor Wallet?

    Trezor wallet setup is easy to follow. The package comes with a Trezor wallet device, Lanyard, USB Cable, Recovery Seed, and the Instructions manual.

    • Step 1 : Plug the Trezor wallet into the computer with a USB cable. Use the latest USB port for establishing a high-speed connection. In this step, the Trezor touchscreen shows the logo and the website link. Click the link on the touchscreen.
    • Step 2 : On the Trezor webpage, follow the further instructions on installing Trezor software from wallet.TREZOR.io.
    • Step 3 : After installing the Trezor wallet, the hardware wallet can communicate with the blockchain ecosystem. Installing a Google Chrome extension can also help. In this step, one can download the software directly from the Trezor wallet website.
    • Step 4 : Click on “Yes Install” and install the latest Trezor firmware.
    • Step 5 : Ensure to check the “Fingerprints” on the Trezor hardware screen. Match those fingerprints to the ones on the computer screen.
    • Step 6 : Click “Continue” and unplug the Trezor wallet from the computer.
    • Step 7 : Re-insert the hardware wallet into the computer and click on the Trezor wallet login page – “wallet.TREZOR.io” again. Add a name to the Trezor wallet.
    • Step 8 : Create a PIN for the wallet. This is the most important step of the entire Trezor setup process.
    • Step 9 : Go to the Trezor hardware wallet screen and select the new PIN.
    • Step 10 : The position of numbers on the touchscreen is blank, but a corresponding number pad appears on the computer screen. Enter the four-digit PIN according to the numbers positioned on the computer screen. This is a complicated step, but it ensures that the PIN is safe from device hackers.
    • Step 11 : Use the PIN number on the Trezor hardware wallet and note down the 24-word backup phrase. This step is crucial as the passphrase cannot be recovered again.
    • In this entire Trezor setup process, it is important that the user notes down the private keys, PIN, and passphrase on different pieces of paper and stores them securely.