With hundreds of nude images available at the tap of your fingertips, it’s important to set up your iPhone with safe search turned on so that you won’t be bombarded with naked pictures when you search for something innocuous, like pictures of cute puppies. Here’s how to turn safe search on iPhone and ensure that only the most family-friendly results will pop up when you type in what you want to see.
Steps to turn off the safe search on iPhone:
These are as follows
Go to Settings
Open the Settings app, scroll down and tap General. Tap Restrictions at the bottom of the page and enter your PIN, if prompted. Scroll down to Safari and press it. Enable the slider next to Safari in order to disable Safe Search.
Scroll down and tap General
- Settings > General > Restrictions
- Tap Enable Restrictions, then enter a passcode (and then re-enter it) and tap the Require Password option, and tap Set Passcode
- Scroll down until you see Safari under the Allowed Content section.
- Tap the arrow and select Never in the drop-down menu.
Turn On Restrictions
- Go to settings.
- Scroll down until you find the Restrictions option.
- Tap Enable Restrictions and set a four-digit passcode that will be required when you want to make changes to your settings in the future.
- Select Apps from the list of options near the top of your screen and then select Allowed Apps.
- Slide the toggle next to Safari under Allowed Content so that it reads Off or if it is already at Off, slide it back over so that it reads On for Safari only and then tap Done at the bottom of your screen, which is the equivalent of pressing save on a computer (or hit Save).
Create a new password with four digits
Enter the new password twice
Turn Off Safe Search
In order to turn off Safe Search, go into the settings and scroll down to General. Tap Restrictions and scroll down until you see Don’t Allow Changes. Tap this button, select Off under the Allow Changes section, and tap Done. Then, when prompted if you’re sure that you want to change this setting, tap Turn Off Restrictions, then enter your passcode. Now go back into your Safari browser and tap the gear in the bottom right-hand corner. Scroll down until you see an option for Safe Search in the menu that pops up. Select ‘Do Not Filter Web Content from the drop-down menu.
- Go to Settings and select General from the list of options.
- Select Restrictions. You’ll be prompted to enter your passcode if you have one set. Otherwise, you’ll need someone who has access to your device’s Restrictions settings in order to proceed. Once past this step, you’ll see an option labeled Safe Search Filtering. Tap it and slide the toggle switch so that it reads Off. If you want to enable Safe Search again at any time, simply follow the same instructions and slide the toggle switch so that it says On. Need help with your iPhone? Our Messages from Your iPhone page has tips and tricks on how to fix common problems. Can’t send or receive messages? We’ll help you troubleshoot your issue and get messaging again.
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