How to Enable Guided Access on iOS 6

Tired of your kid, best friend, or neighbor clicking into personal info? This is the guide for you.

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How to Enable Guided Access on iOS 6
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Disclaimer: iOS 6 is needed for this.

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Go to Settings.

Go to Settings.

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Go to General.

Go to General.

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Go to Accessibility. Forgot the arrow. Really scroll down, it's down there.

Go to Accessibility. Forgot the arrow. Really scroll down, it's down there.

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Go to Guided Access. Make sure "Triple Click" is set to Guided Access, by the way.

Go to Guided Access. Make sure "Triple Click" is set to Guided Access, by the way.

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Toggle it on or off, set the passcode needed to enter/exit Guided Access, and toggle the ability for the screen to "sleep".

Toggle it on or off, set the passcode needed to enter/exit Guided Access, and toggle the ability for the screen to "sleep".

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I'll try this on Disney Junior.

I'll try this on Disney Junior.

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Triple click your home button. After the initial screen comes up (no photo), press "Options" in the bottom left corner. You can also circle things on the screen that you don't want people to touch.

Triple click your home button. After the initial screen comes up (no photo), press "Options" in the bottom left corner. You can also circle things on the screen that you don't want people to touch.

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Helpful for: Babies and toddlers (to make it simple) Kids (so they can't delete things) Adults (just because)

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