Hardware wallet settings

In settings, you'll find some options to help you manage your hardware wallet in Exodus.

In this article:

How do I connect my Trezor?

First, you have to have Trezor Bridge installed. If you need to install Trezor Bridge, open Exodus and go to Settings > Devices then where it says Install Trezor Bridge click Install Now. If you were already using Trezor with another application, you will not see this option since it's likely Trezor Bridge is already installed.

To allow Exodus to connect to your Trezor, turn the Detect Trezor toggle on. This will allow Exodus to search for a Trezor that may be plugged in. Turning this toggle off will prevent Exodus from detecting and connecting to any Trezor that may be plugged in.

How do I hide or reveal my hardware portfolios?

Exodus will display your Trezor portfolio in watch-only mode if your Trezor is not plugged in. This means you can view your hardware portfolio balance and transactions, but you won't be able to spend or exchange your Trezor held funds.

If you wish to hide your Trezor portfolio so it does not appear in the Exodus interface, go to Settings > Devices then under Hardware Wallets choose the name of your hardware wallet then click HIDE.

You can view the details again by clicking REVEAL

Please note: while Exodus supports multiple Trezor devices and portfolios, it does not support multiple Trezor accounts in the same Trezor wallet much like Trezor Suite. Only the primary Trezor account will be visible in Exodus.

How do I rename my hardware portfolios?

You can set the display name of your hardware portfolio in Exodus.

This time, a) go to Settings > Portfolios then b) click on the pencil icon on the right-hand.

Type anything you'd like for the name of your hardware wallet, pick any color and symbol you want, and when ready click Save Updates to apply the change.

How do I unpair my hardware portfolio?

If you want to unpair your hardware portfolio and completely remove, delete, and purge its data from Exodus, you can do so. Be aware that this will also delete any exchanges involving this hardware portfolio. If you decide to re-pair your hardware device to Exodus in the future, the exchange data cannot be recovered.

a) Go to Settings > Portfolios then b) click on the gear icon for your hardware wallet.

Finally, make sure you have chosen the correct Hardware wallet portfolio and click on Delete Portfolio.

How do I change the PIN on my hardware wallet?

To change the PIN on your Trezor while it's connected to Exodus go to Settings > Devices then under Hardware Wallets choose the name of your hardware wallet then click on the three dots on the right-hand side and select Set Device Pin.

If you have a Trezor Model T, all you need to do is to enter the PIN on your device and you're good to go. For Trezor Model One, the process requires a few steps in Exodus:

Confirm the action on your Trezor.

Once confirmed, you will see a number grid on your Trezor and a similar grid, but with dots, in Exodus. Click on the dots that represent the numbers you want in your PIN to set your PIN. Do not type your PIN in. Click Confirm.

You will now need to re-enter your PIN, but this time, the grid on your Trezor will be different. Click on the dots that represent the numbers you want in your PIN and click Confirm after you've re-entered your PIN.

And you're done! Click OK.