As there is no list of restricted characters supplied by Bose your password should work.
But on the other hand, US companies are often so ignorant to the rest of the world that you can't use characters other than on US keyboards. I don't know how often we fail to put the correct name in online forms, password fields or user names if they contain local characters like here in Germany for example the so called umlaute "ÄÖÜ or ß". They are just not recognised or not allowed.
So maybe at least you can provide your country and the for you common special characters and a mod can check with the dev team and then as well provide a list of restricted characters?
Have a good rest sunday
Dec 5, 2016
Sorry to hear about the difficulties with getting the Wi-Fi password to work. Our systems are fully compliant with WPA/WPA2 standards, in that they can accept any ASCII character between the decimal 32 and 126. Included in those characters are the symbols you are trying to use, so this should work without an issue.
Is this a password that we can copy and paste into the password field when setting up the Bose system, just in case it is a complicated password that may be typed incorrectly? As well I know you don't want to change your Wi-Fi password, but for testing can we change the password in the router to something different (without symbols, just a-z and 0-9) and see if this works?
May 16, 2016