„To create new apps and transfer binary files to the iOS and Mac app stores, the user who acts as a team agent must verify and accept this agreement in the Member Center.“ The same thing here, contacts firmly. If they answer, be surprised. Sometimes I hate the apple. Has anyone else found a solution? I`m in the dark and Apple`s support was useless. I can`t find this new license agreement in my account. The link sent to me in the Anse-Mail led me only to my account home page. In the „Ask for Changes“ section, you`ll see the „Ask for Changes“ button. Just click on it and then you browse to another screen where you have to click on the boxes and accept the deal. I am trying to accept the agreement, but there is no clear way to do it. I have an error message when I log in to my account (see screenshot).
And below it says „Msater agreements“ contracts in effect and there are a few buttons like installation, editing, ads and download links, but I can`t see „I vote“ button. Every time they update their legal agreement, we have the same problem! If you`re the one who accepted the first day, you`re stuck. You have to wait a few days and call the support if this is not automatically corrected. Good luck! Where should I sail to accept the deal? The only place I can find the agreements are your account – licensing agreements, but they are only a PDF file and there is no addition b To accept this agreement, the user must have already accepted the Apple Developer Program licensing agreement in the Member Center. Apple regularly releases new apple Developer Program License agreements, which all customers must agree to. By not accepting the latest agreement, you`re preventing Optix from sending updates to your white-label apps, such as new features and bug fixes. To accept the latest agreement, please follow the steps below: The problem is that I don`t know how to approve the agreements… Can I worry about describing the content of the error message in writing? Word to the wise, tho… This will not be the last time the backend or the process seems to play like the hunt for wumpus.
They would think that Apple treats it as a test, and if a developer can`t find out, they don`t want them involved.