Accessed by tapping Devices from the menu bar, this screen allows you to manage as many Passports as you like. From here you can add or remove devices from Envoy, rename devices, get notified of firmware updates and then easily apply those firmware updates to your Passports.
If you are setting up Passport for the first time, please consider following our detailed setup guide which covers everything from device unboxing, to connecting with Envoy and making your first transaction.
To connect a device that has already been set up, on Passport, choose
Manage Account >
Connect Wallet >
Envoy. Then with Envoy, scan the QR codes being displayed by Passport.
After Envoy displays a
Connection Successful message, you can opt to go straight to the home screen to view your paired device, or you can validate a receive address to allow Passport to verify that the connection was successful.
Validate Receive Address will have Envoy show a receiving address controlled by the connected Passport. Scan this with Passport's camera and wait for the confirmation message. Once this is shown, confirm the successful validation in Envoy by pressing
Continue which will take you to the accounts home screen.
In an upcoming release it will be possible to pair a device without any accounts.
To remove a device from Envoy, tap on the device followed by the , then choose
Deleting a device from Envoy will remove any of its associated accounts.
To rename a device tap on the device followed by the , then choose
EDIT DEVICE NAME.
Once renamed, the updated name will be replicated on all associated account cards in the account screen.
When a firmware update is available for one of your connected devices, Envoy will notify you by displaying a small red dot next to the firmware version.
To perform the update using Envoy, tap the download icon and follow the on screen instructions.
Firmware Update, select the firmware version just saved to the microSD card and follow the on screen instructions.
MicroSD adapters can be purchased online at little cost. Ensure you purchase the correct type to suit your phone.
The device serial number is viewed simply by tapping on the device.
To view this on Passport, go to