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Does anyone know the exact procedure for doing this? It looks quite straightforward, but I'm unwilling to try it out without confirmation from someone who's done it already.

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Instructions for MyCrypto & MyEtherWallet

Transferring a Domain (Best Practice)

  1. Search for your ENS name on MyCrypto's ENS Page
  2. Copy the text to the right of Labelhash __name:.
  3. Go to the Contracts page and select ENS - Eth Registrar (Auction) 0x6090a6e47849629b7245dfa1ca21d94cd15878ef from the dropdown menu. 
  4. Access and choose the transfer call. Paste the LabelHash from step #2 above into the _hash field.
  5. Paste the address of the new owner in the newOwner field. 
  6. Unlock your wallet and send.

Only setting Owner

WARNING: If you only change the owner, the deed owner can get the name back.

  1. Search for your ENS name on MyCrypto's ENS Page
  2. Copy the text to the right of Namehash __name.eth:.
  3. Go to the Contracts page and select ENS Registry (0x314159265dD8dbb310642f98f50C066173C1259b) from the dropdown menu. 
  4. Access and choose the setOwner call. Paste the NameHash (not LabelHash) from step #2 into the node field.
  5. Paste the address of the new owner in owner. 
  6. Unlock your wallet and rock and roll.

(Thanks for the help, /u/feauxley)

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Go to the MEW Contracts page and select "ENS Registry" from the dropdown menu.

Access and choose the setOwner call. Paste the NameHash (not LabelHash) from EtherScan into the node field.

Paste the address of the new owner in owner.

setOwner function changes ownership of the name (e.g. the ability to point to a resolver), but not ownership of the deed that bought the name (the ability to release the deed to auction and reclaim the funds). To transfer ownership of the deed itself, call the transfer function of the ENS - Eth Registrar Auction, this time with the LabelHash.

Source : reddit

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