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is anyone having an issue with the amazon prime app on their Tizen TV? On shows with foreign dialogue forced subtitles display in German instead of the English. In Android it's correct.  This is a factory installed app - any chance of getting it corrected?  Amazon has acknowledged but hasn't done anything.

https://www.amazonforum.com/s/question/0D54P000072t0BnSAI/why-are-my-forced-subtitles-now-in-german

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