I turned on the new content filters on my son's phone. For some reason it turned his camera off. When I go into Settings and Restrictions I can see that the camera is turned off but it won't let me change it. Anyone else have this issue?
I have the same issue. I cannot see the camera is turned off, or blocked content, but my daughter does not have access to her camera on her iPhone.
Cydgirl, we want you to have full use of the FamilyBase feature. That’s very odd that it’s showing up that way. Let’s work together to see what’s going on. What is the make/model of your son’s phone? Does this still happen when you are on and off Wi-Fi?
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Let's work to ensure your daughter can enjoy her camera once again, BROJO17. What model her iPhone and which iOS version is she running via Settings>General>About? What are the specific filters you have set in FamilyBase at this time?
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I am experiencing the same issue on my son's iPhone 6. What is the solution to this? I have verified the FaceTime is not disabled in the content filtering on his device. Even if I was to disable FaceTime, why would this also disable the use of the Camera app?
TECHGUY419, I want to ensure that your son's phone is working properly. Did you also check if the Camera restrictions are not turned on in the FamilyBase App? Have you also checked the phone settings? Des your son's phone have the FamilyBase Companion App installed?
She has an iPhone 6S. I have figured out it's directly related to face time. If I allow face time, the camera works. If I block face time, the camera is also blocked.
I want my daughter to be able to use her camera, but not any social apps such as face time. I don't feel this should be an either/or decision.
Hi, My daughter has an iPhone 7, not sure of the of the software version. But I also do not want her using facetime. How can the camera be re-enabled?
I agree BROJO17 this restricting Facetime should not restrict the camera, they should be independent from one another.