On the homepage, swipe the black top bar down again to bring up the menu. If everything is working properly a password should be required here.
Kindle Free Time The Kindle Store can be a bit overwhelming to sort through, especially if you’re new to ebooks.
If you’re gifting the Kindle Fire to a child, it makes sense that you only want them to have access to the age-appropriate content that was intended for them, not Fifty Shades of Grey.
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You’ll be asked to enter your Parental Controls password.
You’ll then be asked to create a user account so input all the necessary information and tap Next. As mentioned before, the Free Time app grants your child access to a ton of books, videos and apps.
But beyond that, parents can manually add books, videos and apps that they’ve purchased from the Amazon Store.
To manually add content to your child’s profile, launch the Free Time app and tap Manage Content & Subscription at the bottom of the page.
When you’re done, tap the back arrow in the lower left hand corner of the Parental Controls menu.
Wi-Fi Access Internet access on the Kindle Fire is essentially the gateway to other features that you might not want your children to access without your permission and oversight, so I recommend testing the Wi-Fi password that you just set up to be sure it’s working properly before you hand it over to your child.
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