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How do you install parental controls on a Samsung Galaxy tablet?

It’s a long story, but I found out that my teenage son has been using it to go on dating sites, respond to personal ads on Craigslist, share dirty pictures on Skype, so I want to ensure he can’t do any of those things anymore. How would I go about doing that?

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    Pearls Before Swine
    Posted 1 year ago

    If the tablet has Android 4.3 (the latest), follow the instructions here: http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/how-to/google-android/3461359/parental-control-on-android/

    You can also set up app filtering and purchase blocks, for that see this page:
    http://www.crazyandroid.com/android-parental-control-3-ways-to-protect-your-child/

    And you can also install a kid-safe web browser and parental control app; see the same link above.

    You can also install an app that password- or PIN-protects specific apps; I use Perfect App Protector (in my case, I don’t do it for parental controls, but rather so that instead of having to *always* enter a PIN to unlock, I only need a PIN for apps that I wouldn’t want a stranger to have access to, such as my email, online banking, etc.)

      Bob
      Posted 1 year ago

      A parental control software like mobile nanny may be helpful. Check it out: http://www.mobile-parental-control.com/

        krkrq
        Posted 1 year ago

        I am using Peektab for my kid’s tablet: http://www.monitoring-softwares.com
        It is a smart parental control app for tablets that helps monitor and filter internet.

      3 comments on “How do you install parental controls on a Samsung Galaxy tablet?

      1. Pearls Before Swine on said:

        If the tablet has Android 4.3 (the latest), follow the instructions here: http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/how-to/google-android/3461359/parental-control-on-android/

        You can also set up app filtering and purchase blocks, for that see this page:
        http://www.crazyandroid.com/android-parental-control-3-ways-to-protect-your-child/

        And you can also install a kid-safe web browser and parental control app; see the same link above.

        You can also install an app that password- or PIN-protects specific apps; I use Perfect App Protector (in my case, I don’t do it for parental controls, but rather so that instead of having to *always* enter a PIN to unlock, I only need a PIN for apps that I wouldn’t want a stranger to have access to, such as my email, online banking, etc.)

      2. A parental control software like mobile nanny may be helpful. Check it out: http://www.mobile-parental-control.com/

      3. I am using Peektab for my kid’s tablet: http://www.monitoring-softwares.com
        It is a smart parental control app for tablets that helps monitor and filter internet.

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