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I am trying to sign transactions and move funds on a private Ethereum Blockchain with my Ledger Nano S on MetaMask. So far I have tried to do so in Ganache and via blockchain setup via custom RPC.

And I have failed.

These are my screen caps:

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And this is the segment of my metamask log

[
        {
          "note": "transactions:tx-state-manager#fail - add error",
          "op": "add",
          "path": "/err",
          "timestamp": 1582819262703,
          "value": {
            "message": "Error: Ledger: The transaction signature is not valid",
            "stack": "Error: Ledger: The transaction signature is not valid\n    at chrome-extension://nkbihfbeogaeaoehlefnkodbefgpgknn/background.js:1:1227764\n    at chrome-extension://nkbihfbeogaeaoehlefnkodbefgpgknn/background.js:1:1229279\n    at n (chrome-extension://nkbihfbeogaeaoehlefnkodbefgpgknn/background.js:1:205090)"
          }
        }
      ],
      [
        {
          "note": "txStateManager: setting status to failed",
          "op": "replace",
          "path": "/status",
          "timestamp": 1582819262706,
          "value": "failed"
        }
      ]
    ],
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I found out that its a problem with the Ledger Nano S firmware. It doesn't sign transactions when you connect through RPC to an Ethereum network.

I followed the same steps on a Trezor wallet and it just works.

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  • Can you tell me more about this and where do you find the information ? – Filip Laurentiu Jun 4 at 13:25
  • That Trezor works? I bought one and tested it on my private eth network. – Jackson Ng Jun 4 at 13:30

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