25 Sep Lg User Agreement Error
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., March 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — LG Electronics USA and Movies Anywhere™ announced the launch of the Movies Anywhere app on LG Smart TVs (webOS 2017-20201), led by critically acclaimed LG OLED TVs. Movies Anywhere allows users to enjoy their favorite digital movies purchased or cashed in a simplified custom collection. LG is the first TV manufacturer to offer the streaming app that allows users to gather more than 7,900 digital movies, including new releases and classic movies. #moviesanywhere #lgwebos remember that the way LG collects and processes user data or users` privacy rights has not changed at all. This update only reflects the change in the definition of “non-personal data”. As the title suggests, I simply can`t do anything but the browser to work on my brand new lg b9 55 oled TV because it doesn`t load the user agreement. I tried all the solutions in the other forums. I tried the speed of my internet via the TV browser (it displays about 50mbps). Someone, please, help me.
I`m really angry. – Now, press “Home” on your remote control and select an app (preferably one you subscribe to like Netflix), you should see the error “user agreement can no longer be downloaded”. Hoorah! From here, made the latest update and then Netflix wouldn`t load without an update, jumping through the tires, couldn`t download. I tried everything and reset the factory settings and then the user contract. I made things worse by trying a factory scrap. Before, I could at least see the apps I had already loaded. However, I tried to “fix” my problem with a new app by following the online instructions and performing a factory scrap. In the end, I completely messed up, since the apps no longer work, because the user agreement cannot be downloaded. Functional enhancements include speech recognition, connectivity of external devices, error correction, and updates to user agreements related to updated software. Many users report that they cannot load user agreements. Additional reports from members who say that after talking with LG support, servers are down in many countries. If you have this problem, you can follow our forum theme here: www.lgwebos.com/…/4770-unable-to-load-user-agreeme…/ For me, although I entered the Wi-Fi password during setup, I also had to open the web browser (via the Home button) and open Google.
Then the browser also asked for my Wi-Fi password. Then the user agreement, Amazon, etc., started working. UPDATE – Thank you for your suggestions. Worked diligently with LG on the ID issue, discovered that Best Buy didn`t mark that the TV was bad and had attached the Geek Squad Open Box certification on it…