Ignore No More App...**** NO!



  • If my parents did this to me, factory restore phone, start over. Done.
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  • This is not that useful. Children will just hard wipe as AJ said, problem solved until the parents try to install it again and find the phone with a lock code on is so the parents can't mess with it. then there will be groundings, etc.. it's a never ending battle.



  • @Dashrender said:

    This is not that useful. Children will just hard wipe as AJ said, problem solved until the parents try to install it again and find the phone with a lock code on is so the parents can't mess with it. then there will be groundings, etc.. it's a never ending battle.

    There is no foolproof way to stop a child from doing what he/she wants to do. The parents can only make it more difficult in the end.



  • @thanksaj said:

    There is no foolproof way to stop a child from doing what he/she wants to do. The parents can only make it more fun and rewarding in the end.

    FTFY



  • @thanksaj said:

    @Dashrender said:

    This is not that useful. Children will just hard wipe as AJ said, problem solved until the parents try to install it again and find the phone with a lock code on is so the parents can't mess with it. then there will be groundings, etc.. it's a never ending battle.

    There is no foolproof way to stop a child from doing what he/she wants to do. The parents can only make it more difficult in the end.

    Nothing like a fun and educational experience for young kids to learn the inner workings of their cell phones.



  • @scottalanmiller said:

    @thanksaj said:

    There is no foolproof way to stop a child from doing what he/she wants to do. The parents can only make it more fun and rewarding in the end.

    FTFY

    I refuse to agree publicly with that comment...<evil grin>


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