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Four years ago, I bought Bitcoin for my son. I bought this via Coinbase which I then transferred to an Exodus Wallet. I lost my Exodus password. I saved a string with 34 characters containing a mixture of numbers, upper case and lower case letters. I can't remember what this was for. Is there anything I can do to recover my 12 word phrase?

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  • if you still have the computer where you installed the Exodus wallet, maybe you can recover it. Feb 17 at 17:26
  • If you have Exodus Keystore or Json wile so you can open it easily. Do you have old device you used to create Exodus ? Aug 16 at 3:32
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you need to search for the seed.seco file which should be in your appdata/roaming folder named exodus.wallet this file cointains your encrypted 12 word seed.

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Unfortunately a 34-letter string (1...) is an address which can only be used to track the balance. This won't help in spending those.

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