Hudl 2 - how are my DC able to bypass the child safety profiles?

(4 Posts)
summerpuddingandclottedcream Thu 18-Jun-15 12:04:42

I realise I'm probably being dense but hope someone'll be patient enough to help.

I've just bought my 3DC a Hudl2 from Tesco to share.

I've set their profiles, limited use to 1 hour a day for each...but then they never got asked to log in, and nothing's stopping them from just using it when and as often as they like!

How do you organise it so they have to log on as themselves in order to use the damned thing? I miss technology coming with proper instructions.

Zipitydooda Thu 18-Jun-15 12:14:45

V quick answer as I'm off to work in a minute but my children have hudls and I think this is what you do
1) on your log in go into settings, then users, add user, restricted profile then set it up with name etc

2) go into settings and security and set up a pin code for your login then they can't get into yours. You use this to set time limits, apps etc though the child safety app.

You should end up with a start screen and separate user buttons to login.

Have to go now but have a look and message me with any questions. Mine work fine.
Hope that helps!

Zipitydooda Thu 18-Jun-15 12:17:31

Also I think I followed instructions on the tesco website when I first got the hudls so you might find more detail there. I have mine set so that once you press the off button, it logs you off straight away so the children cannot get into my profile.

summerpuddingandclottedcream Thu 18-Jun-15 12:27:47

Oh, that helps, thank you! Will look now.

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