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Topic # 150471 23-Jul-2014 23:04
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I cant get into the prime music library section on the web, and that part of the fire tv never loads any content at all, just a spinning loading indicator.

Does it work for anyone else?




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  Reply # 1094597 23-Jul-2014 23:27
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Working for me in the browser





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  Reply # 1095335 25-Jul-2014 03:34
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Hi richms,

In order to access Amazon Prime Music, you need a US Amazon account. Can you please go to the link below and let me know if you can access it:

http://www.amazon.com/b/ref=nav_prime_music?ie=UTF8&node=8335758011

If you have a US account with a US credit card or Amazon Prime subscription, you should be able to access the link above. 

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  Reply # 1095365 25-Jul-2014 08:12
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Hey Kobi, while here...

If I access just amazon.com on a browser while using UnoTelly, will it present my connection as a US-based IP address?







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  Reply # 1095367 25-Jul-2014 08:15
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Hi Mauricio,

We don't proxy or reroute the main amazon.com domain. The site should accessible worldwide, you can even shop for US items or buy US services with the only requirement being that you need to have a US billing address and US credit card. 

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  Reply # 1095377 25-Jul-2014 08:29
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Thanks for the update. I am just a bit paranoid when purchasing on Amazon with my US account - I always use a proxy, so wondered if still needed one. I do this after reports of people having their Kindles blocked because of too much use while overseas.

Anyway, back on topic.







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  Reply # 1096730 27-Jul-2014 19:58
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I tried it in a fresh browser profile over a VPN to the states and same thing happens. Will contact amazon support.




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