Yesterday, we provided guide of Amazon Kindle Fire Software Update Version 6.3. have you updated it? With this latest software update, you can get many improvement features. One of them is enable Parental Controls to restrict Wi-Fi access on your Kindle Fire. And now, we want to guide you how to set up Parental Controls Amazon Kindle Fire. Parents may use this feature to prevent children from purchasing adult content or from browsing online. Kindle Fire also supports parental controls for in-app purchases through the Amazon Appstore.
First, tap the Quick Settings icon, then More, then Parental Controls, then switch Enable Parental Controls to the on position. Then, follow the onscreen instructions to set a Parental Controls password. You’ll see the option to enable Password Protected Wi-Fi on your Kindle Fire.
By enabling Password Protected Wi-Fi on your device, it will turn off and require your password to reactivate Wi-Fi. You will see a Key icon to the right of the Quick Settings icon whenever Password Protected Wi-Fi is enabled and Wi-Fi is off.
Kindle Fire is a nice tablet for family. You can use it for reading online newspaper and e-book. Make it more safety for your children when thay are browsing by set-up the Parental Controls. We hope the guide of set up Parental Controls Amazon Kindle Fire above will be useful for you.