- You can set up parental controls on a Samsung Galaxy S10 with a third-party app from the Google Play Store.
- There are no parental control features built into a Samsung Galaxy S10 – unlike an iPhone and Apple devices – but it’s easy to set these up on any Android phone with the Google Family Link app.
- The Google Family Link app lets you impose limits on screen time, remotely control the phone, and even check your child’s GPS location.
- To set up Family Link, you need to install the Family Link for children & teens app on your kid’s phone and Family Link for parents on your own phone.
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But you can implement parental controls with third-party apps in the Google Play store.
In fact, there are a lot of apps that offer parental control features. To see them, start the Google Play app and search for “parental controls.”
Family Link lets you view your kids’ online activities, manage the apps that they are allowed to use, limit screen time, and lock their device remotely from another phone. It even lets you see where they are using GPS.
Here’s how to set it up on a Galaxy S10.
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How to set up parental controls on a Samsung Galaxy S10
1. On the phone your child will be using, install Google Family Link for children & teens from the Google Play Store.
2. Start the Family Link for children & teens app.
3. Tap “This device.”
4. Tap the Google account you want to supervise. If you have more than one account set up on the phone, the others will be removed, so that your child can’t simply log in with a different account. You should now see a screen requesting a code from the Family Link for parents app.
5. On the phone you plan to supervise your child from, install the Google Family Link for parents app.
6. On your phone, start the Google Family Link app and scroll through the introduction until the app displays a code.
7. Enter that code into the other phone.
8. From here, setup is very straightforward. Follow the instructions to complete the setup of the child account, and choose which parental controls you want to implement on the account.
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