To start initializing the device, your Ledger wallet will generate new private keys to securely manage the assets. You should restore a configuration to recover the private keys that are associated with the existing recovery phrase. Before you start, make sure that your device has the latest firmware installed and verify your computer. Use an adapter for USB-C ports and check for internet connection with Google Chrome, Chromium. Start the initialization by connecting the Ledger wallet to your computer using the supplied USB cable and follow the instructions on the screen. Press both of the buttons at the same time to proceed. Press the right button above the validation icon.
To continue with the initializing process, you should have to choose a PIN code and the newer versions usually require a PIN between 4 and 8 digits long. To set your PIN 1, press both of the buttons when choosing it and press the right or left to choose the first digit of the PIN and press both of the buttons to select it. Repeat the process until all of the digits of the PIN are selected and then press the check icon.
Save your recovery phrase (24-word long) which will be displayed word by word on the screen of the device. The recovery phase will be only be displayed once. Make sure to write down the phrase in the correct consecutive order. Press the right button to move to the second word and continue to do so until you copied them correctly. Confirm the recovery phrase by validating each word by pressing both of the buttons. The hidden wallets get created on top of the existing 24-word recovery phrase with the use of the additional 25th-word passphrase. This is done in order to create a second unique seed that will generate another unique set of addresses and the seed will be attached to another PIN for faster access.