If you have set up the Trezor device and created an account on Ledger Live, transferring funds from Coinbase to Ledger Nano S take only 13 simple steps:
Warning:I would hyperlink it, but you should ALWAYS use a bookmark you have created to make sure you aren't being re-directed to a phishing site that looks like Trezor's site but designed to get information about your accounts.
Warning:Do not send or receive transactions to addresses generated for a different cryptocurrency, e.g., bitcoin cash to a Bitcoin address. To change the kind of coin you want to receive, select the coin drop down above your device. Then select one of the supported coins.
Then select one of the supported coins.
Warning:do not just check the first and last 4 characters. CHECK THEM ALL! This is the only way you can be sure that you are sending your coins to your actual address, and this is the whole point of a hardware wallet. If you aren't checking every character, you are taking an unnecessary risk just to save a few seconds.