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I found out when that User Privacy and Content "update required" appears, be sure to check both blocks to indicate you read each. This should enable the "agree" button. Tap that button and that should get you into the app you are tying to access. Do this same process whether it's Netflix, Amazon, of LG contents Store.

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      1 Units shipped in the 9-year period, 2013-2021 (Source: Omdia)
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