Jaxx Development Update: version 1.3.8 released on all platforms
Earlier this morning Jaxx v1.3.8 went live on Android, Chrome, Windows, Mac, and Linux. The update to our iOS client has been sent to Apple for their approval. This release includes new features and a few bug fixes of note. Be sure you have your 12-word backup phrase written down before you update Jaxx. New features you’ll find in Jaxx include:
- ETH Gas Limit Control: you now have more flexibility setting ETH transaction gas limit maximums and minimums. This feature is particularly helpful when participating in ICOs.
- Paper Wallet: simple functionality has been included to allow you to transfer paper wallets into Jaxx.
- Pricing Data: we’ve updated the way we manage coin and token prices to be faster and more frequent.
The Jaxx 1.3.8 release includes fixes to a handful of bugs in earlier releases. Those updates include:
- BTC History: transaction histories for BTC wallets display correct balances.
- ETC Spendable: spendable balance is checked before allowing a send-transaction. attempt. This forces confirmation available funds match the send request.
- ETH Balances: ETH wallets now show accurate balances. The bug causing balances to display the actual value divided by 10 has been resolved.
- ERC20 Spendable: spendable balance is checked and verified before attempting a send transaction for all ERC20 tokens.
- ShapeShift Unavailable Message: new pop-up notice in Jaxx on tokens Shapeshift has made “temporarily unavailable” in their service.
You can upgrade your Jaxx client on your favourite platform by visiting our download page today. We value your input – reach out to us on twitter or register a request with our Support team. And always remember: you should write down your 12-word backup phrase and keep it in a safe place.
We will no longer support devices running Android 4.4 and older. Users on Android 5.1 or older who have not backed up their 12-word backup phrase and who have also not ever paired their wallet on any of the other platforms Jaxx supports – iOS, Mac, Linux, Windows and Chrome Extension – should reach out to our support team for help.
And always remember: you should write down your 12-word backup phrase and keep it in a safe place.