Software Update: Trezor One 1.9.1 / Model T 2.3.1

Trezor has released new firmware for its hardware wallets, Trezor One and Trezor Model T, with version numbers 1.9.1 and 2.3.1. This allows you to securely manage your cryptocurrency by storing the private key, the key with which you can make payments, outside your computer or smartphone. They support more than 1350 various cryptocurrencies and cryptotokens, such as bitcoin, ethereum, ripple, monero and zcash. The list of changes of these releases is as follows:

Trezor One – version 1.9.1

  • Stream previous tx also for Segwit inputs

Trezor One – version 1.9.0

  • Disallow changing of settings via dry-run recovery
  • wipe code
  • Make LoadDevice debug only and drop its XPRV feature
  • Add feature to retrieve the next U2F counter
  • Passphrase redesign
  • Cache up to 10 sessions (passphrases)
  • Show xpubs with multisig get_address
  • Update nanopb api to version 0.4

Trezor Model T – version 2.3.1

  • Refactor Bitcoin signing
  • Refactor Keychain into a decorator
  • Stream previous tx also for Segwit inputs

Trezor Model T – version 2.3.0

  • Passphrase redesign
  • Cache up to 10 sessions (passphrases)
  • SD card protection
  • Properly limit passphrase to 50 bytes and not 50 characters
  • Monero: add confirmation dialog for unlock_time
  • Show xpubs with multisig get_address
  • Upgrade MicroPython to 1.12
  • Introduce FatFS (version 0.14)
  • Support Ed25519 in FIDO2

Version number 1.9.1 / 2.3.1
Release status Final
Website Trezor
Download https://wallet.trezor.io/
License type Conditions (GNU/BSD/etc.)