1. Trelaina's Avatar
    I have several apps for my toddler to use and he loves them. However, he has now figured out a few distressing things, like how to go into edit mode (moving & deleting apps). I have a passcode on the phone itself, and I've figured out that if I turn off cellular connections (assuming I'm connected via wifi) he can't make phone calls or send text messages. That protects a lot, but there are some gaps.

    My question...is there a way (via setting or an installed app) that I can put certain apps into a folder and password lock that folder? That way, he can't get to any app where he could cause problems by playing with it or deleting it.

    I know about Guided Access BTW, but I think that limits him to one app right? If I could open a folder and then set GA there, that would be perfect as well.

    Thoughts?
    06-02-2014 02:36 PM
  2. warcraftWidow's Avatar
    You can turn on parental restrictions to not allow deleting of apps. You'll have to turn it off when you want to delete apps
    Rube8514 likes this.
    06-02-2014 02:42 PM

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