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Why can’t I grant Notification Access and Accessibility Permission in FlashGet Kids for child?

For users using Android 13, you will receive a pop-up notification below when trying to grant Notification Access/Accessibility Permission (Restricted settings: For your security, this setting is currently unavailable.):

Restricted setting

How to fix Restricted setting

For most Android devices:

To grant Notification Access/Accessibility Permission, you need to enable Allow restricted settings in FlashGet Kids for child first.

  • Head to the Settings of the phone > “Application” > “See all XX apps” > “FlashGet Kids.”
  • Click the “” button on the upper right corner of the settings.
  • Tap “Allow restricted settings.”
grant Notification Access and Accessibility Permission in FlashGet Kids for child

If you’re using Xiaomi devices:

  • Head to “Settings” > “Apps” > “Manage apps.” Find and tap the FlashGet Kids.
  • Scroll down to the bottom, and Turn on “Allow restricted settings.”
Allow restricted settings

After finishing these steps, you can go back to FlashGet Kids for child now to set up and grant Notification Access/Accessibility Permission.

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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