Whether you bought a Fire tablet just for your child to use, or you want to be able to hand your own Fire to your child once in a while, a Child Profile is essential for keeping kids away from your media, apps, and settings.
It’s also great for sharing select media with a child, or sharing one Kindle Fire with multiple children of different ages. Creating a Child Profile is easy and can be done in just a minute or two. Once the profile is set up, if you want to, you can go deeper into the settings and get very specific.
- Swipe down from the top of the Fire’s screen and press Settings. Scroll down to the “Personal” section and press Profiles & Family Library. Press Add a child profile. Note that if you don’t already have a lockscreen passcode set up for your profile, you will be prompted to set one up. This is to prevent your child from accessing your account and settings.
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