Something strange is up with my new Moto E (KitKat 4.4.4). I went to configure WiFi on it and absentmindedly entered a password of "password" instead of the real password, and then saved it just as I realized my mistake. So then I long-tapped the connection, chose "modify network", corrected the password, and saved. But when I saved it this time it reported " failed to save network", and when it tried to connect I got an authentication error. So I ran "forget network" and tried to start from scratch. Here's where it gets strange. I tried connecting, but when I entered the correct password, the "SAVE" button stayed grayed out. No matter what I put in, I couldn't get the save button to activate, until I happened to enter "password" again, and then the save button activated. Of course, that does me no good. I saved it anyway and then tried to modify it again, but got the same "failed to save network" error. So I was going around in circles. But wait, it gets even stranger! I took my Moto to a secured hotspot away from home and tried to connect. Guess what? The only password the configuration widget will accept, even for a network it has never seen before, is "password"! The save button stays grayed out for anything else. I've tried setting things up through the third-party WiFi Connection Manager, and it also refuses to add any network whose password is not " password". What the Hell...? This is the sort of nonsense I've come to expect from Microslop, not the Google peeps.