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I want my Kindle Fire to be secured, so can you tell me how to set the password and other restrictions in Kindle Fire? I recently bought it and am not pretty sure how to do this and donít want to take risk too as it is mainly on Security features. Can you tell me the steps to do it safely?

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Re: How to set the passwords and other restrictions in Kindle Fire?
« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2013, 12:35:14 AM »
Yes, it is high time that the electronic gadgets as like tablets and phones to be secured where we are as the social surrounding are more into these type of gadgets now and it is easily possibly to be tampered with our secured data. Kindle Fire provides the basic security as like locking the screen by setting the password and also prompting password during browsing.

Now to set up the password for your kindle fire is simple. All you have to do is to navigate to Settings menu from the Main Menu -> Tap the Security option -> Lock Screen Password. Initially when you tap this option it will ask for the new password to set up where you can select your desired password and say Ok. Once it is done whenever you lock your Kindle and switch back again it will prompt for the password where it will allow to the main screen only if the password provided is right.

There is one more good Security option available in Kindle is that locking the browsing functionality itself which is very much useful to block the kids and other users who are new to your Kindle Fire. Now to enable this, you just have to go to the same Setting menu -> Tap the option called Restrictions and set the password which you wanted for restricting the browsing option.

In this way you can secure your Kindle Fire to your best but the more important than this is to secure Kindle Fire physically which in sense buying a good solid cover for the Kindle Fire which will secure it from exterior wear and tear and also buying a good scratch guard sheet for the Screen. And always keep it locked when not in use or better switch it off completely.

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