Discussion in 'AnyStream' started by RonaldS, Jun 9, 2021 at 11:50 PM.
Amazon download screen error "LOGIN REQUIRED" "YOU ARE NOT LOGGED INTO THE SERVICE. LOGIN FIRST"
attach logfile here please
Yes you have to login to Amazon within Anystream, is that an issue?
Pretty sure he means that all of a sudden Amazon Prime just stopped working suddenly, asked for a login, and then on restart of Anystream, nothing gets loaded.
Just happened to me about 10 minutes ago. Was working perfectly all day until then.
It's back up now. Must have been a slight glitch somewhere, most probably on my end.
It didnt happen to me, but little gliches do happen, if it happens again let us know
Netflix is working fine but when I change to Prime I can select a movie but when I try to download, I get a box with the Redfox logo stating "LOGIN REQUIRED!"
YOU ARE NOT LOGGEN INTO THE SERVICE"
"PLEASE LOGIN FIRST!"
I am logged into both Prime and Anystream. The program will let me go no further, I can switch back to Netflix and download another movie just fine. If I go back to Prime it still has same screen and can go no further on the Prime screen.
Any help would be GREATLY appreciated!
Got another movie done, and I'm getting the login business again. I'll just close anystream and wait a good 10-15 minutes. That did the trick last time.
Hmm. Just thinking about it now. I wonder if it is because I started searching for a new title before I got the Anystream message saying my movie was done. Or maybe just starting a new search too quickly. I'll look out for that when I get it running again.
OK, just found the logfile button.
What? Your screenshot shows the Microsoft Store. Of course you have to be on amazon.com/de/whatever your country is.
You must go Amazon.de and sign in there, not the Microsoft store. Let us know how it goes,
But how can the Microsoft Store open inside AS?
Messed up DNS?
Let me try this a few times, to see if I get this error to sign in.
That may happen if you click on Amazon's download button instead of our "Downloadables", it then prompts you to install their app.
Ahh, another Layer-8-error
if you click on the download button within Amazon . you get the DRM notice. I haven't done it in such a long time, I cant remember.
I go to Amazon.com:Amazon-Video/b?node=2858778011&ref_=nav_em__aiv_0_2_2_2 in my Windows 10 Chrome browser and can watch a movie with no problems but when I bring up Anystream it still has the same screen that comes from Microsoft.
-Go to the Amazon Tab, what do you see? (click nothing within Amz, only tell us what AS shows you right now).
You do push the Downloadable Videos Button, right?
NOT the Download or Play Button on the Amazon Page
This is what I get as soon as I open AS and click on Amazon tab
Amz as it should be. Now open the movie again you are looking for and download it.
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