Question about Amazon Kindle Fire HD
It could be just a zero (0)--some onscreen character sets show a zero with a stroke to distinguish it from a capital O, so try a plain zero first. If that doesn't work you probably have chosen (why??) a Danish "Oe" (?) for your password, leaving you 3 choices I can think of offhand. 1) You can try to change the password to one with standard characters. 2) Sometimes if you hold your finger down on an onscreen keyboard it will give you variations on the basic letter you've pressed. Try holding down your finger on the "O" key (while in caps lock) and see if you get ? or, if you're lucky, ?. 3) You could try cutting and pasting the ? I've been using into your password and see if it works.
PS -- I see that Fixya won't even accept the "Oe" symbol I've typed when it prints my answer, just showing a "?", so I guess solution 3 is out. Oh, well.
Posted on Apr 18, 2015
Most passwords will not accept symbols anyway .
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