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Update Ledger Nano X firmware

Update your Ledger Nano X to benefit from the optimal security level and user experience offered by our products. Updating your device has no impact on your crypto assets or the functionality of your device. 

Please find more information about this update in the release notes. Check our troubleshooting article if you need help.

Before you start

  • Make sure you have updated Ledger Live through the notification banner or downloaded the latest version of Ledger Live.
  • Make sure you're using a desktop/laptop computer or an Android phone connected to your Ledger device via USB. Updating your Ledger Nano X firmware on a tablet or an iPhone is not currently possible.
  • Make sure your 24-word recovery phrase is available, as a precaution.
  • Applications on your device will be automatically reinstalled after the update.
  Ledger Live Desktop   Ledger Live Mobile
  1. Start Ledger Live and go to My Ledger.
    • Click on My Ledger on the main menu.
    • Connect and unlock your device.
    • If asked, allow My Ledger on your device.

  2. Start the firmware update.

  • Click on Update firmware in the orange notification banner.
    If you don't see the notification banner, please try again later as the release is rolled out progressively.
  • Carefully read all instructions on the window that appears.
  • If your recovery phrase is written down and accessible, tick the checkbox at the bottom and click on Continue. The update process normally does not require the recovery phrase, but you should have it available as a precaution. Don’t have your recovery phrase?
  • The update will be downloaded while your device displays Processing.

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  • Your device will then display New firmware and the version number.
    • Press the right button to select Confirm update. Press both buttons to confirm.
    • Enter your PIN code to confirm. Your device will then restart and install the update.
        If you have canceled the update, please reload My Ledger to reinstall the applications.
  • The update process will continue automatically.
    • Your Ledger Nano X displays Processing.
    • Never disconnect your device at this stage.

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  • Your device is successfully updated once Ledger Live displays Firmware updated and your Ledger Nano X asks for your PIN code.

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  • Your applications will be reinstalled automatically after you have entered your PIN code.
  • (optional) Rename your device. If you have manually chosen a device name, this name does not persist after a firmware update. The name will be reset to the factory name: Nano X ****. 

   Need help?

Please check the update troubleshooting article.

Did your device reset?

If your device displays Welcome to Ledger Nano X, it has been reset. Don't worry, your crypto assets are safe as long as you have your 24-word recovery phrase. Please follow the instructions to restore your private keys from your recovery phrase.

Bluetooth pairing issues

If you're experiencing Bluetooth issues after updating your device firmware, please remove the Bluetooth pairing on your device and forget the Ledger Nano X on your phone. Then try the pairing again. For more information, refer to the Fix Bluetooth issues article. 

Ledger Nano X Firmware update guide

Updating firmware on Nano X devices - compatibility notice for Chromebook users

Currently, updating the firmware of your Nano X device through Ledger Live on a Chromebook is not possible, as the Ledger Live app does not support Chromebook laptops. Instead, we recommend installing Ledger Live on a Windows, macOS, or Linux machine and updating your device from there.

Ledger Nano X Firmware Version History

Below, you'll find a comprehensive list of all firmware versions available for the Ledger Nano X.

Ledger Nano X firmware versions

v2.2.3 (latest firmware version)

v2.2.2
v2.2.1
v2.1.0
v2.0.2
v2.0.1
v2.0.0
v1.3.0
v1.2.4-6
v1.2.4-5
v1.2.4-4
v1.2.4-2
v1.2.4-1

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