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End User Agreement screen

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I remember reading about this on old forum but didn't have a problem with it. Had to swap my 590 for refurb unit now I can't get rid of the "Accept Screen" I agree to all terms and it still pops up every time I start the unit.

If you have worked this out please let me know. Thanks
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Just wait and it'll go away in a few seconds
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I'm not talking about that screen, I'm talking about the End User Agreement where they ask you to accept or decline. It never goes away unless you agree. On the old forum there was talk of this but it didn't affect my old 590, but it doesn't stop on the refurb unit.
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I also remember seeing it on the old forum but I can't remember much of it as I have never had a problem!

Sorry not much help really!
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I found the answer:

Why the End User License Agreement Shows Up Every Time a Device is Powered On
When some newer automotive devices are powered on, they display the End User License Agreement (EULA) that you must agree to. The EULA will show up every time you power the device on until it has traveled for at least 20 seconds, at a speed over 3 mph (about 5 km/h).

Once this requirement has been met, the EULA should no longer appear during startup.
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Yep. Now I understand your question :)

I hadn't realised you hadn't used the Zumo yet.
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I was just setting it up with all my preferences and POI's and had just returned from vacation and had not ridden the bike in 3 weeks and I live in Arizona its been 110° to 113° so I was in no hurry.
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