Virtually every mobile device now comes with a native set of controls to filter and protect children online, and Android devices are no exception. However, setting the controls on an Android tablet or phone can be a bit tricky. From restricting apps to content filtering, we’ll take you through setting parental controls on Android phone or tablet.
Holding the master account to a device, and designating user accounts for your children, is definitely not foolproof, which is why having a dedicated parental control software — like Net Nanny — is advised. Today’s parents are busier than ever, which is why Net Nanny simplifies the process of monitoring and keeping your children safe online.
Set a PIN
Whether or not you’re setting parental controls on Android phone or tablet, you should activate the screen lock on your device.
From the Home screen, select the Settings icon. Under the Settings menu, select Security or Security and