I've copied all navajo letters in a google doc file and every time I come across with some new word I write it down correctly using copy/paste with weird letters. That way my phone learns the correct ways to write those words and it proposes them when I start to write. So this way I don't need navajo keyboard, I learn new words and Duo gets my answers right.
you mean you typed it the way I showed it? That is indeed strange. Listen you really need to download the navajo plug in app from playstore must be that https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=klye.plugin.nv&hl=de after downloaded it and when ever you do your exercices you only need to press hold the space key for a second in order to change language and then it supposed to change to Navajo, ok.
Try it it worked for me too, cheers
I think it's the pronounciation rather than the way of writing it as similiar as possible. Because even I tried it a several times by using the " j " because it looks pretty the same to the original letter, but it didnt work at all, till I replaced it with the i. And I experienced the same problem with other navajo words too. So next replace j with an i, ok. Bye and Im out
this is very frustrating I keep writing down the right answer and it keeps telling me that it's wrong so like what more do I do in order for the system to accept which answer is right cuz I copied it down exactly the way they had it and I wrote it but nothing seems to be the right answer this is frustrating