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Generated wallet address using:

let mnemonic = request.body.seed;
const wallet = EthHdWallet.fromMnemonic(mnemonic);
let address = wallet.generateAddresses(1);
console.log(wallet, address);

How can I recover wallet address using mnemonic?

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Yes - except using ethereumjs-wallet not ethereumjs-utils. Using the same mnemonic, with either supporting repo produces the same account address here:

const { EthHdWallet } = require('eth-hd-wallet')
var hdkey = require("ethereumjs-wallet/hdkey")
var bip39 = require("bip39");

const mnemonic = bip39.generateMnemonic(); //generates string
console.log(`mnemonic: ${mnemonic}`);

const wallet = EthHdWallet.fromMnemonic(mnemonic);
let address = wallet.generateAddresses(1);
console.log(`EthHdWallet Address: ${address}`);

bip39.mnemonicToSeed(mnemonic).then(seed =>{
  // console.log(seed);
  var path = `m/44'/60'/0'/0/0`;
  var hdwallet = hdkey.fromMasterSeed(seed);
  var wallet = hdwallet.derivePath(path).getWallet();
  var address2 = "0x" + wallet.getAddress().toString("hex");
  var privateKey = wallet.getPrivateKey().toString("hex");
  console.log(`ethereumjs-wallet address: ${address2}`);
});

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  • It returns different addresses: EthHdWallet Address: 0x206d287c87344e43ac7714aa88159213a31ddc7e ethereumjs-wallet address: 0x706458b3979ad760ea108f4040e4cdadf3985d75 – Rudrika Jan 30 at 6:53
  • Are you using this code exactly? I'm posting the output I'm getting. – Steven V Jan 30 at 11:26
  • Yes same code! You've posted – Rudrika Jan 30 at 12:05
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    My Bad... Now get the exact addresses. I have changed m/44'/60'/0'/0/0 to "m/44'/60'/0'/0/0" may be that effected! – Rudrika Jan 30 at 12:51
  • Haha ok phew - I couldn’t imagine what was going on – Steven V Jan 30 at 13:04

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