Update from Freedome v1.2 to 2.4 does not work - installing does not work on Windows v1709
I updated from Freedome v1.2 to v2..45.68.0
It does not work
Uninstalling Freedome and installing Freedome does not work on Windows v1709
I currently have 10 Freedome TAP drivers after a clean install!!! (see picture below)
I cannot connect to any country and all Freedome reports back is "Error, Something went wrong, our apologies" (see picture below in Dutch)
According to Cleverbridge FAQ i cannot even get a refund for the months remaining in my subscription
That is unfair
I will not be providing an fsdiag file. I am
uncomfortable with the amount of data it collects
There is an article here about the similar error message here. Could you please review the steps and see if it helps you?
If you are still having the issue, I would recommend contacting our support team here to investigate it further.
May I know when did you purchase your Freedome subscription and from where? If it is within the 30 days of purchase from our F-Secure website, we can provide the refund as mentioned in this article.1 1Like
was able to fix the Freedome TAP issue
However still some licensing issues
1) still not happy with the refund within first 30 days policy - I am not eligible...
2) multiple installation attempts spent on installing the new Freedome v2.4 messed up my subscription AGAIN:
I am entitled to 3 devices (usually 2 Android, 1 Windows), but even transferring code/license to devices does not work for me this time
One device is always without a license (with following "no longer valid" message in Dutch)
Please fix this. I am entitled to 3 devices until Feb'18
why doesn't F-secure Freedome use a 3 "simultaneous devices" policy?
I don't understand. ..0 Like
As mentioned in this article, I'm guessing it is due to the license transferred to a maximum of 4 times during a 3-day period. Have you tried again now and checked if the license transfer works?
If you are still having the license issue, kindly contact our support team via chat or phone as this needs further investigation from them.6 1Like