This FAQ page offers essential information about the app, its compatibility, features, and functionality. Trezor Suite Lite serves as a mobile companion to the desktop/web version of Trezor Suite, enabling on-the-go monitoring of your Trezor hardware wallets. As a watch-only app, it allows you to keep track of your portfolio, generate receiving addresses, and monitor transactions without having your Trezor device handy.
Please explore the following FAQs to learn more about how to maximize your Trezor Suite Lite experience.
The Trezor Suite Lite mobile app is designed to work seamlessly on devices running iOS 14 and higher, as well as Android 8 and higher. This means that you can download and use the app on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, as well as on your Android smartphone or tablet.
To ensure that you can use the app on your device, make sure that your operating system is up to date. The app may not work properly on older versions of iOS or Android.
Trezor Suite Lite is free to download and use.
Yes, the mobile app is secure. Your cryptocurrency assets are protected with encryption and multi-factor authentication. The mobile app uses the same security protocols as the Trezor hardware wallet, which is widely regarded as one of the safest ways to store cryptocurrency.
The mobile app does not store any private keys or sensitive information on your mobile device. This means that even if your phone is lost or stolen, your cryptocurrency assets are still safe and protected.
No, it is not possible to update the firmware on your Trezor hardware wallet via the mobile app. The device only uses your public addresses (XPUBs), your Ethereum, XRP, or Ethereum Classic receiving address to display your account information but does not interact with the device. To update the firmware on your Trezor device, you need to connect it to a computer and use the Trezor Suite.
The mobile app mainly serves as a companion to the desktop/web version of Trezor Suite. It functions as a standalone watch-only wallet, allowing you to monitor transactions and receive funds.
No, the mobile app cannot be used as a standalone wallet. It is designed to work as a companion to the desktop/web version of Trezor Suite as a way to keep up with your Trezor portfolio on the go.