On every device I own, on 3 different network types and multiple locations, "password123" (not my actual password) works. Logs me straight in. No issues whatsoever. I can… (read more)
On every device I own, on 3 different network types and multiple locations, "password123" (not my actual password) works. Logs me straight in. No issues whatsoever. I can log in, log out, uninstall and reinstall, no issues whatsoever. Suddenly, on ONE device, "password123" will not work. It's "incorrect" and yet, here I am still logging in and out using the "incorrect" password on 2 iPhones, a Galaxy phone, Ubuntu, Mac, and a work Windows PC. I had to make a whole separate freaking account just to post this question, because (brilliant work here) you HAVE to be logged into a mozilla account to ask them for help.
Yes I checked the username - several times, it's correct.
Yes I cleared cache and cookies and history.
Yes I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the program.
Yes I made sure it was up to date.
Yes I tried older versions of firefox.
I even tried (thank heaven its a brand new laptop) completely wiping the entirety of the device and starting from out of the box brand new.
So is my password "password123" or do I now have new and unknown surprise passwords for every device I try to log in on?