This one didn't work for me. With TV on, I held power button down for 30 seconds. TV turned off, then back on, then menu bar came on and went back off. I let go of the power button and selected home and Amazon. Finally I got Amazon movies.
No, the settings are not on your TV. Instead, you go to the Amazon account and fix the Settings on your computer. Start at Amazon .com, get to your Prime account, proceed from there. When you Deregister your device within your account, the next time you select the Amazon Prime option on the TV, you will see a screen with a code to enter to re-register.
Is this a fix or a work around? It does not sound like a permanent fix to me?
Can someone tell me the problem will not come back, Samsung and Amazon need to work together to come up with an actual fix!
Consumers are paying good money for these high end TV’s that are problem prone, I have seen so many complaints on these HDTV's but to resolution to many of these issues.
Till next time! There's something about the Prime Video app and Samsung--they have a love-hate relationship. Sometimes the only solution is to use a Roku. And that defeats the purpose of having a Smart TV.
Not seen any answer to indicate if this is a Samsung or an Amazon issue. As with others, I have an older Samsung and the Amazon app works fine, have used a FireTV stick and the Amazon app works fine, but on my brand new 4K UHD HDR Samsung, the Amazon app is nothing but a fustration. When I purchased the new TV at first of the year the Amazon app worked ok, but in the past couple of weeks SOMETHING has changed with the app because I now have to power off the TV completely before switching to Amazon, otherwise it locks up every time. So which is it -- an Amazon or a Samsung issue? Can't address it if we do not know who the culprit is. Disgusted.