Today I ran into a problem. I rebooted the playbar to the factory settings, and when I try to reconfigure, the application requires access to my location. If I refuse to grant access, I can’t set up my playbar !!!!! Starting from iOS 13, SONOS requires the provision of a geographical location via the GPS of your phone. If you refuse to provide access to a geographical location, you cannot use the product that you bought. It turns out that Sonos put forward an ultimatum to me. Want to use a player, we need to know where you are! But this is a violation of my rights. When I bought the device, the use agreement did not contain information that I must provide my location to use the product.
I am going to go to court. Because I believe that Sonos illegally restricts me in my right to privacy. If you want to join the lawsuit, write me a message.
I admit that when selling a new device, Sonos may require certain conditions from the buyer, but when Sonos forbids me to use the device I bought earlier, this is a violation of my rights.
Sonos should return my money and take the goods back. Because I do not agree with the rules that Sonos has implemented without agreement with me. If you agree with me and consider that SONOS limits your right to use your equipment, write to me.