Sparrow ask to set a passphrase for Trezor and it only shows the fee transaction

Hello. I only have a standard wallet in my Trezor One, no hidde wallets. I imported the wallet in Sparrow, but when I want to sign a new transaction, Sparrow tells me “Passphrase required” and asks me to set a passphrase for Trezor (which I don't have on Trezor). If I choose “Toggle passphrase off”, Trezor asks me if I want to disable passphrase protection (which I don't have). So I hit “Cancel” on Trezor, then I can click “Sign” button on Sparrow, and Trezor will ask me something about the block height and, I confirm, then it asks me if I want to send 0.00004182 BTC including 0.00004182 BTC fee. Is that correct ? Because I want to do a consolidation (5 smaller UTXO to a new one) of a few millions sats, so I want to send millions of sats, not only the fee, 4182 sats.

Thanks for the help ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. > and asks me to set a passphrase for Trezor

    No, it’s asking you to enter passphrase for Trezor.

    You didn’t set one, so you leave the field empty and click continue.

    > If I choose “Toggle passphrase off”

    Don’t do this. (but if you do, nothing bad happens either. but Suite might ask you to enable it again later.)

    > it asks me if I want to send 0.00004182 BTC including 0.00004182 BTC fee. Is that correct ? Because I want to do a consolidation

    Yes, this is correct.

    You are sending money to yourself. The destination address is your wallet, so it counts as “change address”, so you don’t need to confirm it. The sum total of money leaving your wallet is exactly the fee amount, because everything else is going straight back to your wallet.

    It is somewhat confusing, but at the moment it’s the expected result.

  3. Two choices… Same outcome.

    1. Disable Passphrase on your Trezor (the thing you canceled)
    2. Leave the passphrase dialog empty and hit submit.

    An Empty passphrase is actually a valid one. Not blank, not space, but empty. Empty holds a special value in coding (null / None) and works in BIP39. In the absence of a passphrase the empty value is actually used.

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