1. Peligro911's Avatar
    Okay so I have a iPhone 3GS that I bought for my daughter ( she's 4 ) I know pathetic lol but I had to do something to get my iPad back lol
    It's on 4.3.3 jail broke only reason why is because when I got it I used the phone restore setting function and did not know it would go back to the activation screen and I didn't have a att sim. Any who I have it setup for her in settings with restrictions turned on for installing deleting safari etc. She just plays games and uses Netflix lol so my question is does anyone know of an app to put a password or something to make the settings icon inaccessible except unless you want to get to it ... Ie me . I have cydia installed as well if there's app out there to do that.
    06-03-2011 12:16 AM
  2. Massie's Avatar
    There are definitely Cydia apps available...not sure of 4.3.3 compatibility but you could check out FolderLock, Lockdown, Locktopus, etc. I'm sure Google can suggest some others.
    06-03-2011 12:39 AM
  3. swooshme's Avatar
    I'd recommend lockdown. And obviously make sure you lockdown cydia as well. But you never know these little crumb snatchers are smart these days, she'll take it to school and one of her 4-5 year old classmates will figure out a way to get around it.
    06-03-2011 08:36 AM
  4. Peligro911's Avatar
    I know she memorized my password on my iPad so the lock screen didn't stop her for even a min lol
    06-03-2011 05:25 PM
  5. Codefrux Technology's Avatar
    oh ok now i have the diffrnce..thank you for this information.......................
    06-04-2011 01:45 AM
  6. steven300's Avatar
    thanx for sharing such post ...........
    06-12-2011 04:37 PM
  7. SeanHRCC's Avatar
    My sister's son is like an iPhone wiz and they did a two step process, lockdown was the first step to eliminate access, but then she hid it within a folder with a bunch of stuff he never used (stock weather app, stocks, etc)...and it seemed to work because he wasn't even really concerned with looking for it, the modern day ADD kicked in and since it wasn't readily in his face, he went onto other things on the phone.
    06-17-2011 06:13 AM
  8. Peligro911's Avatar
    My sister's son is like an iPhone wiz and they did a two step process, lockdown was the first step to eliminate access, but then she hid it within a folder with a bunch of stuff he never used (stock weather app, stocks, etc)...and it seemed to work because he wasn't even really concerned with looking for it, the modern day ADD kicked in and since it wasn't readily in his face, he went onto other things on the phone.
    Ya I just set up restriction to lock down what I could like installs deleting in app purchases etc then put in a folder and moved that folder to the farthest page away sees to work although sometimes she does figure out how to change her wallpaper lol crazy for a 4 year old lol
    06-17-2011 05:54 PM
  9. micamobile's Avatar
    Yeah I recently just dealt with this :/
    06-29-2011 05:57 AM
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