Is there a way to keep a Kindle Fire from allowing a factory reset if the password is forgotten? My kids have learned to enter a bad password into Kindle FreeTime enough times to be given the option to factory reset their Kindles. Then they can make a fake account and do everything I had blocked.
It would also seem pointless if the Kindle was stolen, a thief can enter the password wrong, then Factory Reset the Kindle and it's theirs now.
Wouldn't it be better if the person had to log in to their Amazon account to override the password features?
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