For me, although I entered the Wi-Fi password during the setup, I also had to open the web browser (with the Home button) and open Google. Then the browser also asked for my Wi-Fi password. After that, the user agreement, Amazon, etc. began to work. Please note that the way LG collects and processes user data or user privacy rights has not changed at all. This update only reflects the change in the definition of « non-personal information. » I recently bought an LG 43UH610T TV. I`m in Bali, Indonesia. Everything seems to work well, but when I click on one of the options, like LGTV, YouTube, etc., it tells me that I must first accept the LG Smart TV user agreement. However, I then get a message with the message « User agreements cannot be loaded – a server error has occurred… »… LG`s usage agreement is where you can disable services and tracking ads. I made things worse by trying a factory end.
Before that, I could at least view the apps I had already loaded. However, I tried to « solve » my problem with a new application by following online instructions and imprecise a factory resource. In the end, I completely screwed because now no application works due to the inability to download the user agreement. UPDATE – Thank you for your suggestions. He worked hard with LG on the ID problem, found that Best Buy didn`t have TV flag was bad and had attached the Geek Squad Open Box certification to them. Here the board was roasted and could not connect to the service, Basiclt should have replaced the entire brain of television to make it work. Contacted BB and a great manager there not only replaced the OB-TV with the newest version (which was last year`s model), but adjusted price and discounted for all the effort I went to make sure there was no easier fix or user error. Thank you all! – Now tap « Home » on your remote control and select an app (preferably an app you subscribe to as Netflix), if you no longer see the error via « Not downloading the user agreement. » Hoorah, Hoorah! Edit: Thank you all! I tried to download the agreement again the next morning and, by the grace of God, it worked! I think it was a problem at its end! Everything works now (I checked YouTube, Netflix, lg Content Store only)… Thanks again, I just removed the other router. The TV then automatically recognized the correct one and downloaded the user agreement.
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., March 27, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — LG Electronics USA and Movies Anywhere™ the launch of the Movies Anywhere app on LG Smart TVs (2017-2020 webOS models1), announced by critically acclaimed LG OLED TVs. Movies Anywhere allows users to enjoy their favorite or cashed digital movies in a simplified custom collection. LG is the first TV manufacturer to offer the streaming app, which allows users to collect more than 7,900 digital movies, including new releases and classic movies.