Assuming your PKH is a tz1* address, we would know 2/3 parts of how this address was derived, the only part missing would be your derivation path.
1 - seed phrase of the ledger device (assumed known via Ledger device ownership)
2 - tz1* = ed25519 signing curve
3 - Derivation Path
As noted on this question and yours, TezBox defaults to 44'/1729'/0'/0'. ...
TezBox currenty only supports the ed25519 curve, this is because the underlying library (eztz.js) only supports this curve. We are about to release support for the other two curves in eztz.js in the next few weeks, and will likely roll out support to TezBox after that.
The alternate HD paths will be available in the wallet after that, but currently you will ...
Tezbox currently only allows you to view/manage one set of keys at a time. In your case either your fundraiser ICO keys or your ledger keys.
Until they add the ability to view multiple wallets/keys, you need to use another wallet software for your 2nd set of keys. If you want to stick with Tezbox only, you can use it in a different browser or use the Tezbox ...
Ok, so after some research I found out why the transactions were failing.
To 'activate/reveal' newly created address you need to pay a fee to broadcast it to the blockchain. TezBox wallet was unable to add this extra 'fee' with the transaction thus it was getting proto.003-PsddFKi3.storage_exhausted.operation error or failing. After reading some similar ...
When you generate a webwallet in TezBox, it is recorded in your browser. This is why when you go again to the page you have a "Welcome Back" message and just have to enter your password. You have a "Clear TezBox" link at the bottom of this page to say that you don't want to interact with the last used webwallet but an other (that you will create or restore).
If you have lost your seed phrase and your private key you are pretty much screwed 🙈
The whole cryptography scheme relies on the fact that only the owner of the seed or private key can access your account, so if there were another way - everything would fall apart 😉
Welcome to crypto 😎👋
This is a common issue with Tezbox. It's no longer fully maintained and you're best to switch.
Cryptonomic Tech, builders of Galleon, have created a pinned reddit post in the Tezos subreddit explaining how to migrate to their wallet if you wish to do so: https://youtu.be/fLnOcezCZU0
Other than that if you'd like to continue on with Tezbox your best bet is ...
It seems you did not change the Gas Limit parameter. Default value is 10600, you need 13025.
From the Send interface with Advanced Options displayed, input the following information:
Destination Address: KT1BRudFZEXLYANgmZTka1xCDN5nWTMWY7SZ
XTZ Fee (recommended): Medium – 5000 Parameters: (Leave empty)
Gas limit: ...
There is a high chance you got scammed by a fake TezBox site. Go back and carefully check the URL. TezBox has been "dead" and unsupported for almost a year and half. There have been several fakes that have surfaced and your story sounds exactly like the others.
Unfortunately, if this is indeed the case, there is absolutely no way to get your Tez ...
Tezbox is no longer a supported wallet. Please migrate to galleon, ledger live or kukai among others.
A tutorial on how to migrate from tezbox to galleon is available on the official site
Perhaps you can use your tezos-client with a public tezos-node? And if your current tezos-client doesn't work for some reason, you can recompile one (and you don't have to bootstrap the node). If you don't want to recompile one (or can't for some reason), perhaps you could use the docker image?
I don't have a solution, but I have the same or similar problem. Tried to transfer from KT to TZ, and I get an "uh-oh" error without any description. Tried to transfer from TZ to KT (as I read this was a way to regain access); while texbox reported that the transaction was received, it never posts to the chain. For background, this problem is with TezBox ...
Andy from AirGap here.
I'm not sure which "validation process" you mean. Could you please provide more details about what exactly you mean?
As you mentioned, AirGap currently connects to nodes/servers hosted and secured by us. We plan to add a feature that lets users enter a custom node/server in case ours ever goes down. We might also add a small list ...
I haven't tried it, but in theory it should work as long as you use the same derivation path.
However, if you are migrating to the ledger because you want to secure your funds more, then you shouldn't use the same seedphrase that you used on your computer. Instead, you should create a completely new seedphrase with the Ledger or AirGap (offline device) and ...
As reported by TezBox, this is a known-bug that happened post-Babylon and will require the clearing and restoring of the wallet (from seed, private key, ICO wallet or hardware token).
Once the main wallet is restored, you may need to re-import your KT1 address(s), by using Import KT1 Account under Options.
I copy the excerpt that mentions this issue:
There are a couple of things happened this week.
Sadly, TzScan announced on their twitter account that they are going down https://twitter.com/TzScan/status/1183672990493478912. But there is still a good choice of alternatives, one of them you mentioned is tezos.id, another is tzstats.com.
The second thing is the new update Bybilon was injected that removes ...
Completely my error here.
The Tezos Wallet app needs to be open on the Ledger while trying to send funds.
This was causing my problem. After I opened the Wallet app on the Ledger while trying to send funds, things worked fine.
It is most likely that your address is the root path - I recommend trying the import command without the derivation path. tezos-client did change a few months ago: it used to show 6 import command options - the first three were the 3 root paths (1 for each signing cuve) and 3 with a derivation path, i.e. /0'/0'
I suspect you'll find your missing address ...