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What to do if FlashGet Kids Accessibility Permission is not working on your kid’s device?

Accessibility Permission is important to support FlashGet Kids features. So it’s necessary to keep the Accessibility permission on the green toggle on your kid’s device.

What to do if FlashGet Kids Accessibility permission is not working?

Follow the paths to reset Accessibility permission on your kid’s phone.

You can click “Accessibility Permission,” then you can redirect to the Accessibility Permission Settings.

Different Android devices may vary in Accessibility Permission paths. The two paths to reset Accessibility Permissions are as follows.

Tips: Resetting Accessibility Permission will also automatically go back to FlashGet Kids for the child.

Path 1

Step 1. Go to “Settings” of your kid’s phone.

Step 1. Go to “ACCESSIBILITY” > “FlashGet Kids.”

Step 2. Turn off the toggle and then turn on the toggle again.

Accessibility permission

Path 2

Step 1. Open “Settings” of your kid’s phone.

Step 2. Find “Accessibility” > “Installed apps.”

Step 3. And then Find FlashGet Kids. Turn off the toggle and then turn on the toggle again.

Accessibility permission

Note: If you have any questions, please contact our Customer Service at support@support @flashget.com

About the author

Kidcaring, Chief Writer in FlashGet Kids.
She is dedicated to shaping parental control in the digital world. She is an experienced expert in the parenting industry and has engaged in reporting and writing different parental control apps. For the past five years, she has provided additional parental guides for the family and has contributed to changing parenting methods.

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