Follow this guide to use the plausible deniability feature of OnlyKeyEdit me
About Plausible Deniability
General information on OnlyKey plausible deniability mode is available here.
General information on the International Travel Edition OnlyKey firmware is available here.
Steps to Setup Plausible Deniability
Note: Before getting started make sure you have OnlyKey firmware Beta 7 or later and the OnlyKey app is installed. OnlyKey must be in a factory default state to set up a plausible deniability profile.
Step 1. Select [Next] to get started.
Step 2. Enter a PIN code, check the disclaimer box, and select [Next].
Step 3. Re-enter PIN code, and select [Next].
Step 4. Enter a PIN code for second profile, check the disclaimer box, check the Plausible Deniability Profile radio button, and select [Next].
Step 5. If you wish to set a self-destruct PIN enter a PIN code, check the disclaimer box, and select [Next].
Step 6. Re-enter PIN code, and select [Next].
Step 7. Follow the instructions to enter a Backup Passphrase and select [Next].
Step 8. If you have an OnlyKey backup to restore, select [Choose File] and select your OnlyKey backup file and then select [Next] to load it onto your OnlyKey. If you do not have a backup just select [Next] to complete the setup.
Note: Since plausible deniability mode does not support encryption, if accounts in your second profile of your backup have U2F or Yubikey 2FA set this will not be restored. TOTP mode will work in plausible deniability mode.
Step 9. Your device will now automatically reboot. Enter the PIN for you first profile to unlock OnlyKey.
Step 10. Select [Preferences] from the top menu and then click [Set Wipe Mode]. Full wipe will completely erase both the OnlyKey data and firmware in the event of a factory default.
Note: This ensures that after a factory default occurs there is not a way of determining what edition of firmware had been previously loaded on the device. This also requires re-loading the firmware through the OnlyKey app.