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When using the S1 hardware wallet, you will need to pair it with the SafePal App so that SafePal App can update all the details of your on-chain assets and you can view and manage your funds easily. If you have created a new wallet on the S1 device and paired the S1 device with the App, then you might want to manually add some coins into your S1 hardware wallet.
This article provides a tutorial on how to add and send the $RBTC coin on the Rootstock network in a SafePal S1 hardware wallet.
Step 1 First, ensure you have created a new wallet on the S1 device and paired it with the SafePal App. You can refer to the detailed guidelines in this link if you want to learn more about it.
Step 2 Launch your SafePal App, and click ‘+’ to navigate to the Coin Management page. This wallet should be the S1 hardware wallet that you paired with the SafePal App.
Step 3 Click the search bar or the blank field after the button, then enter the coin
name that you’d like to add. In this case here, it is '$RBTC(Rootstock)'.
Step 4 Scan back and forth between the App and the S1 hardware wallet, so that the data can be correctly synchronized between the App and the S1 wallet.
Step 5 Then the coins are successfully added and you can view them in the 'Asset Management' tab on the S1 device.
Step 6 Launch your S1 and navigate to Asset Management, select a coin that you would like to receive from others.
Step 7 Select ‘Receive’
Step 8 Enter your PIN code of the S1.
Step 9 Then you can see the QR code of your coin address, and show it to others so that they can scan and send the coin to you.
If you'd like to send a coin from your S1 hardware wallet to another address, you can refer to the detailed tutorial in this link.
Note: The S1 hardware wallet is an offline device to keep your private key and mnemonic phrase protected, it can’t detect and update the balances automatically. To check the balance of the hardware wallet account, please pair the SafePal App with the S1 device, the SafePal App can display all of the asset details of your wallet.