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Re: Parental control is blocking me from downloading...
If you did not create a Live account that is not over 18 years old, it
is unfortunately impossible to COMPLETELY remove the parental controls
on the Xbox, however, it is possible to almost completely turn them
off. If you have access to the 'parent' account of the child's account
on the Xbox 360 and you have your own Xbox Live Gamertag, you can login
using your Windows Live account on Xbox.com and change parental control
If the "Child" account has reached the age of 18,
then you need to sign into the "Parent" account and follow these steps
to convert the account to an "Adult" account:
Go to My Xbox, and open your profile.
Select Manage Account.
Select Promote Child Account.
Follow the required steps.
If the "Child" account is NOT atleast 18 years old then
this is how to modify the Parental Control settings (Note: You can NOT
completely disable Parental Controls, games that have ratings above the
neccesary age can NOT be downloaded on the "Child"account):
Sign in using the "Child" account's Live email address and password.
Click on the gamertag in the upper right hand corner of the site.
Click the Manage Profile button.
Under the Gamer Profile heading, choose "Family Settings".
It will now ask to sign in as the "Parent" account.
After signing in, you can change the Parental Control limitations.
When done, click the save button at the bottom of the page.
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https://support.google.com/googleplay/answer/1075738?hl=enNote: Parental controls don't prevent seeing restricted content as a search result or through a direct link. How parental controls work. The way parental controls work varies across Apps & Games, Music, Movies, TV, and Books. Read the sections below to learn more. Note: Parental controls for each type of content aren't ...
When a red key appears in
the lower left corner of your Apex television screen, the set's V-chip is
engaged, preventing you from watching restricted content. You can override
parental controls and reset your television's pass code with your remote. Parental Lock
The Apex prompts you to enter a 4-digit code when you set up
parental controls. You can block programs according to their MPAA ratings
or their content designations, such as V for violence or S for ******
Disabling the Lock
You can override parental controls on most Apex models by
simultaneously pressing the F and mute buttons on the remote control. If
you own Apex models GT2011J or GT2011S, hold the remote's display button
for ten seconds. The red key will vanish and the V-chip will unblock your
Override CodesApex's default parental lock control code is 6688, so if you haven't set
a new code, entering 6688 will remove the red key and unblock your program. If
you've set a new password and forgotten it, entering 3308 will reset the code
and unblock your program.
If you mean set up parental controls, you need to have an account on the laptop under your name with your own password (the next bit s taken directly from Microsoft)
Open Parental Controls by clicking the Start button , clicking Control Panel, and then, under User Accounts, clicking Set up Parental Controls.?
If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation.
Click the standard user account for which you want to set Parental Controls. (this will be your daughters account)
Under Parental Controls, click On.
Once you've turned on Parental Controls for
your child's standard user account, you can adjust the individual
settings that you want to control. You can control the following areas:
You can restrict the websites that children can visit, make sure
children only visit age-appropriate websites, indicate whether you want
to allow file downloads, and set up which content you want the content
filters to block and allow. You can also block or allow specific
websites. For more information, see Limit the content that children can view on the web.
You can set time limits to control when children are allowed to log on
to the computer. Time limits prevent children from logging on during the
specified hours and, if they are already logged on, they will be
automatically logged off. You can set different logon hours for every
day of the week. For more information, see Control when children can use the computer.
Games. You can
control access to games, choose an age rating level, choose the types
of content you want to block, and decide whether you want to allow or
block unrated or specific games. For more information, see Specify which games children can play.
With XP, all you can do is set up content adviser, which is a bit limited To do this: Control panel / Internet options / Content / Content Advisor / Then in the box that appears, set the level of safety
K9 Web Protection is a software installed on your computer to block certain images or websites. It is a Parental Control software that manages website, images, text contents to be blocked on a computer.
In order for you to get rid of the block, you will need to disable the K9 software or to uninstall it completely.
Windows XP/Reset Parental Control If you mean the Content Advisor that MS built into IE, do this:-
Click on START - RUN and type in REGEDIT, click OK then the Registry Editor Opens, Search on the left pane for the following key:-
Delete an Entry named "Key" there and your parental Control is disabled..
Restart the computer and run Internet Explorer again. Choose View and then Internet Options,
Click on the Content tab and click on Disable. When asked for a password, don't enter anything; just click on OK. This will disable Content Advisor because there's no longer a password.
Content Control is a feature of your Internet Explorer browser. You can disable it. Open your IE and go to Tools menu and click "Internet Options". In the dialog box that appears, click on the "Content" tab. There you can see the Parental Control and Content Advisor. You can disable them if they are enabled. Once disabled, you are no longer blocked in browsing any sites. Give it a try.
To Filter your child's wireless content on their Verizon device please set their content filter setting to Young Adult 17+ to permit access to www.google.com while preventing access to objectionable content at http://www.vzw.com/contentfilters.
You can learn more about Verizon content filter ratings at the Verizon Parental Control Center at http://www.parentalcontrolcenter.com
Lock/Unlock Parental Controls
Selecting this option lets you lock and unlock parental controls settings
using a password.
If you do not lock parental controls, none of the settings for V-Chip,
Channel Block, or Front Panel Block will take effect.
If you forget your password, press the MENU button, then select Parental
Control (the password entry screen appears). Simultaneously press and
hold CH+ and VOL+ on the front panel for 8 seconds. Parental Controls
unlock and the Parental Control menu appears. You can enter a new
password by locking the Parental Controls again.
Front Panel Block
Selecting this option lets you block (disable) or unblock (enable) the TV’s
front panel. The remote still tunes to any channel. When using this as a
Parental Control method, remove access to any remote that is capable of
operating the television while you have the front panel blocked.
Don’t forget to lock parental controls after you change the status. If you
don’t, the front panel block will not take effect .if this don't work get back to me i've got manual good luck