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Old 04-11-2019, 11:09 AM   #16
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(1) Go to “settings” and then “general” and then “restrictions”. Click on “restrictions” and choose “on” (not “off”).
(2) You will need to set up a passcode for “restrictions” if you have not done so already. Do not share this passcode with your child.
(3) Once in “Restrictions” switch everything under “Allow” off (swipe left so the button goes from green to white), including
Safari or any other internet browser
Camera
Siri & Diction
Facetime
Airdrop
Installing Apps
Deleting Apps
In app purchases
(4) Under “Allowed Content,” restrict access under each category.
(5) Under “Privacy,” go to “location services” and turn “location services” off. Also, turn off “share my location.”
(6) Under “Game Center,” turn each category off.
From: https://www.waituntil8th.org/blog/20...-a-basic-phone
 
Old 04-12-2019, 11:46 PM   #17
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My apologies I thought I had put my solution on this post.
I bought 2 flip phones Aspera, one for myself and one for my partner, so far no problem at all. The only inconvenience I found is that there is an emergency button at the back which can easily be triggered if you kneel or bend over with the phone in the pocket of your trousers, have done it numerous times before disabling the feature.
 
Old 05-29-2019, 03:48 AM   #18
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All Androids do not work the same. There are differences among various versions of Android, plus different manufacturers and cellphone companies can tailor the interface and add their own applications. T-Mobile phones, for example, come with special T-Mobile apps for checking your account, etc.

For another example, on my HTC cellphones, the "all apps" display scrolls vertically; on my friend's Samsung, it scrolls horizontally.







 
Old 06-11-2019, 09:39 PM   #19
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There are no more Lokia.Missing my first phone,yeah,Lokia.
 
Old 07-10-2019, 01:16 AM   #20
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The only inconvenience I found is that there is an emergency button at the back which can easily be triggered if you kneel or bend over with the phone in the pocket of your trousers, have done it numerous times before disabling the feature.
If you put it in your bag,you won't worry about that.
 
  


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