If you already have an EOS main network account, you can import your wallet in ET Wallet with a simple 2 inches.
1. Open the ET wallet, the new user enters the [Add Wallet] page by default, and selects [Import an existing wallet];
2. Go to the [Import EOS Wallet Page], copy the "Active Private Key" to the input box and set the password. Click [Import Wallet] to successfully import your EOS wallet.
3. ET wallet also supports [Advanced Import] function, you can import "Owner Private Key" and "Active Private Key" at the same time, with more permissions.
Click [Advanced Import] in the upper right corner of the above figure, fill in the corresponding "Owner Private Key" and "Active Private Key", set the password, and click [Import Wallet] to successfully import your EOS wallet.
Reminder: EOS main network account private key is generally "5 beginning, 51-bit string", ET wallet users must copy clearly when copying the private key! If you are an EOS veteran you can choose the [Advanced Import] function, the average user only needs to import the "Active Private Key" or use the ET Wallet all functions!