You should still use Kidz as your search engine since you need to know what safe sites are available that won’t get blocked by Open DNS.
The procedure is exactly the same as described above, but uses different DNS IP numbers.
Norton Connect Safe Primary DNS Server: 184.108.40.206 Secondary DNS Server: 220.127.116.11 Meta Cert DNS Primary DNS Server: 18.104.22.168 Secondary DNS Server: 22.214.171.124 Safe DNS Primary DNS Server: 1.39 Secondary DNS Server: 1.40 Sentry DNS Primary DNS Server: 152.1 Secondary DNS Server: .94 Locking Your Settings For extra security, there are numerous apps that will lock your settings so a password is required to make a change to them, such as Mobile Fence.
It is also a lot simpler in case your are not able to configure Open DNS on your device, even for home use.
However, we still suggest always using Open DNS if possible for added safety.
With a tablet or phone on a wireless carrier, the best solution would be to set Parental Controls that block web browsers and download and install the free Kidz Search App which will filter adult content search results and block websites from being directly entered.
At the very least, just use a Safe Search website, such as Kidz 2.) Click on the details section of your wireless provider.
Please note that nothing is 100% perfect, so we still suggest always having adult supervision around when kids are online.
i Pad, i Phone and Android Mobile Devices 1.) Go to your Settings section and tap on your Wi Fi icon.
But during OONI's tests, a number of unexpected sites were found to be censored, including a Japanese URL shortening service, a Chinese sports news site, and even the sites for magazine, gaming portal Newgrounds, and the Internet Archive: Wayback Machine.
While these results may be curious, T-Mobile does admit that the feature isn't perfect.
For added safety, we strongly suggest also using Parental Settings and blocking all web browsers and unapproved App downloads.