How to Sync eWallet for macOS with an Android OS device via Wi-Fi
To set up sync between eWallet for macOS (7.5 or later) and eWallet for Android (8.0 or later) first make sure you have a wallet on the Mac with the same name and password as the one on your Android phone or tablet. If you have a wallet on the Mac that is not on the device yet, the sync process will ask to copy it over the first time you sync.
To create a wallet on your Mac, start eWallet and go to File → New. Make sure it has the exact same name and password as the wallet on your Android mobile device.
Then, set up the sync partnership:
- Connect your Android device to a wireless network that your Mac can access. If your Mac is connected via Ethernet (hard-wired) to your wireless router or to a network with a wireless access point, you will also be able to sync in most cases.
- Start eWallet on your Android phone or tablet and tap the synchronize button (arrows in a circle) at the bottom of the screen.
- Tap Sync Setup and follow the instructions on the screen.
- Open your wallet file in eWallet on your Mac and click the Sync Manager button in the toolbar. You must have a wallet file open on your Mac to do this.
- Click “Add”, then click the Android button and follow the instructions. You may be asked to enter the IP address from your device - you will find it at the bottom of the black synchronization screen displayed on your device.
- Click “Close” to close the Sync Manager window on your Mac.
- Click “Sync Now” in the toolbar, or Synchronize → Sync Now from the menus.
Synchronization requires a Wi-Fi network that your Mac and Android mobile device can both connect to.
If you cannot set up sync, try following these tips.
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