Arrgg, it ends well, but Arrgg nonetheless.
Yesterday and since my Kobo (kinda like a Kindle Fire) wasn't responsive I did a factory reset, wipped everything, and was ready to start fresh.
The fifth and final set-up page asks you for your kobo account or to open one, and that wouldn't have been a problem if the keypad had actually fonctionned.
As it was I think there was a problem with the typing field (where you put your adress/password) and the pad or whathave you.
Multiple resets, data wipe, and reboots later and it's still not working.
E-mail support is useless so I resign myself to calling tomorrow.
It should still be under warranty but it was my dad's Kobo, I'm not sure he keept everything since it was a gift and anyway he's traveling for business. So not end of the world but no e-reader for a while.
Enter my SO, who barely touches the screen and Bam, everything works
I'm wondering if I should just let him handle everything, I had trouble using Calibre to load in ebooks, since he uses it too maybe I should if it means it works with him.