How do I set up my Ipad to stop my seven year old grandson from buying ad ons for "Minecraft"? I have set it so a password is needed to purchase any item but "Minecraft" still nibbles $1.50 here and another 1.35 there every time he uses my IPAD.
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Mar 23, 2013 12:53 AM by
How do I stop my seven year old grandson from being able to purchase add ons for "minecraft"
We thought we had set all the right stops to have passwods for all purchases but they do not seem to work. Every time he comes over a plays games I end up with a bill for bits and pieces he seems to buy whilst playing the game.
He swears he does not buy anything and he has been threatened with a ban if he does. Yet every time he plays "minecraft" I end up with an invoice for some extra that has been bought whilst he is playing.
As I said we have tried all of the Apple security ideas but the invoice keep comeing.
Have you got Settings > General > Restrictions > In-App Purchases set 'off' - that should stop all in-app purchases. And what have you got 'Require Password' set to on the Restrictions screen (I can't remember what version of iOS that setting came in with, so you may not have it) ?