We have three settings - On, Light and Off so you can choose exactly what level of security you'd like. Black Berry Pay as you go users only All Orange Pay as you go Black Berry device users (with BB OS 7.1 and below) that need to add the Orange Safeguard service to their account will lose their free web browsing from their pre-paid Black Berry services as a result.From 30 June 2017 Black Berry turned off their own parental controls service, which means there is no adult content filtering service in place when web browsing.To enable restrictions, first open the Settings app and choose General This passcode lets you change the Restrictions settings, so make sure your kid doesn’t know it!You might want it to be different from your device passcode too.
Navigating the app also works a little differently here.
A – You'll need to be using a fairly recent phone (within the last 3-4 years) and to be on at least i OS version 8 for i Phone, or Android version 4.
If not, you'll need to upgrade if you wish to use the app.
In this article you’ll discover 18 things you can do to help kid-proof your i Pad or i Phone, and make it safer for your child to use.
Let’s start by taking a look at the Restrictions feature built into i OS, which gives you lots of ways to protect your device.