The solution to the inconsistency between the recovered address of the imported mnemonic and the original address

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★ Important! Please be sure to play the coin for the first time with a modest amount of test, recharge, withdraw coins, and are able to complete the case before using a big quantity of recharge.
★ Because the mnemonic is the only means to retrieve your wallet, please keep it safe by storing it carefully, not recording it on any electronic device, and not spreading or recording it in any network channel.

If you import a mnemonic but it does not match the original address, go to the produced address and then click to get to the details page. An example of an ETH address is shown below:

Click the address card → select the path on the details page → you can see the path of the current address

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Set the path to match the previous address path to match the original address if you use a mnemonic to import the selected address path elsewhere.

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At the "address index" level, adding an address to an ETH account via the mobile app creates an index.

As an example:

The order of the ETH import path is: m/44'/60'/0'/0/0 --> m/44'/60'/0'/0/1 --> m/44'/60'/0'/0/2

Click here for a more detailed explanation:What is BIP-39

Please keep in mind that before using a significant number of recharge, please test the coins with a small amount of test, recharge, withdraw coins, and finish the case before using a large amount of recharge.

When importing the mnemonic recovery, the solution to displaying inconsistencies with the original address is as follows.

 

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