As part of first-time device setup, you'll be prompted to accept the Software License Agreement (or, SLA). By default, this SLA will not be displayed again.
For re-sellers, users loaning devices out to others, or IT admins setting devices up for end-users, you may want to re-prompt users to accept the Software License Agreement when they start up the device.
Enable Re-Prompt During First-Time Setup
During first-time setup, re-prompts can be enabled before accepting the SLA. In the upper-right hand corner of the SLA prompt, select the vertical ellipsis icon to toggle the "Show SLA on next boot up" option on. You can then click review the SLA and select "Continue" to proceed with the rest of set up.
Enable Re-Prompt From Settings
If you wish to re-prompt users to accept the SLA after setting the device up, from the App Launcher go to "Settings > About > Legal Information > Software License Agreement". In the upper-right hand corner of the SLA prompt, select the vertical ellipsis icon to toggle the "Show SLA on next boot up" option on.
Enable Re-Prompt Via ADB
If your device has USB debugging enabled, you can use ADB commands to enable the SLA re-prompt. With your Magic Leap 2 powered on and connected to a computer via USB, open your command line interface (CLI) and enter the following:
adb shell settings put secure is_eula_has_to_be_shown 1
If you want to validate that the re-prompt has been enabled, you can enter the following command:
adb shell settings get secure user_accepted_sla_version
If the re-prompt has been enabled, you should "refresh" returned in your CLI.
Note: If your device isn't recognized when running ADB commands, you need to make sure you've enabled USB debugging, and allowed your device to connect to your computer.