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octez-client: Import keys from mnemonic gives a different address

Kukai uses BIP-32 HD Keys. As a workaround, you can export your mnemonic to the Temple Wallet and "Reveal Private Key" there. Or you can use any SDK, working with HD Keys. For instance, you ...
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How do I perform an operation without needing approval from Kukai?

you need to use an in-memory signer to sign the transaction using the private key associated with the wallet that is doing the approval. note that this means you’ll need server architecture of some ...
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rebaking my tezos from kukia wallet

This is a scam, rebaking is a scam! Please do not do this! For more information check the Tezos Foundation website with known scams: https://tezos.foundation/security/known-scams/
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octez-client: Import keys from mnemonic gives a different address

A slight correction to the answer above Kuaki uses Slip10 HD keys for tz1 keys and bip32 HD keys for tz2/3 the reason why octez-client does not return your same account is that it does not return HD ...
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Tezos wallet inccrectly displays the new line character "/n" in the message to sign

That message is not formatted as described in the documentation you are referring to. You are missing the Tezos Signed Message: string prefix. If you fix that, Kukai will respect the \n character.
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How do I perform an operation without needing approval from Kukai?

The short answer is you can't and you shouldn't. :) The long answer: Whenever you do an operation on the blockchain, a signature is required from your wallet to "authorise" the transaction. ...
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How to connect Kukai wallet using Beacon-SDK?

thank you for your question. The preferredNetwork property is needed only for Kukai and if you want to connect to a testnet. So if your dApp only runs on mainnet, you do not need to set the ...
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