How to bypass Qustodio on iPhone

How to bypass Qustodio on iPhone

So you woke up to an app called Qustodio installed in your new iPhone, no doubt, your parent installed the application, that application is a parental control tool that checks on your activities while you use the phone. The reason your parents had to do this was to keep an eye on you while you use your phone. They want to be sure about what you spend your time most.

Check out: Qustodio Reviews 2022: How It Works for iOS and Android

Don’t panic, they paid a lot to get that into your device, but I understand the feelings as a growing teenager with an iPhone you want to storm into those amazing social media applications that can take your whole day while you are less busy.

Your parent thought of the disadvantage of how this cool stuff ruins your time and get you exposed to the thing you don’t need to know that this age. If you uninstall the Qustodio application your Parent will find out, and they’ll ground you, and maybe you may end up not using a phone until the session is over, awful though.

The simple truth is that your parent had to install that for some reason and I guess you are below the age of 18, you don’t like how the app blocks every single thing on your device.

What happens if you delete Qustodio?

Qustodio says, “When you close a Qustodio account, all the information available in your Family Portal is lost and cannot be retrieved. Closing your account will remove the entire history and rules for all children and devices associated with your account”.

I don’t this that’s a smart approach, avoid this, you will get yourself into the worst issues with your parents, it is worse than uninstalling it from your phone.

Note: Uninstalling the application will cause lot of problem in the house and you may end up loosing your phone

You can bypass the Qustodio application for a while but if you get caught you’ll be grounded, first, you know your parent and how strict they are to you, if your parents are extremely strict and serious, please back off, this article is not meant for you.

If your dad is tech-savvy, there’s no way, he’ll surely find out, but if your parent is not the tech kind of parents then you are lucky, well for those that have strict parents, I will show you how you can bypass it.

How to disable Qustodio without parents knowing

There’s absolutely no way to do that without putting yourself into a big mess, I won’t advise you to access your parent’s personal computer where Qustodio is set up even if you know their password. Your parents are great they don’t want you to get mixed up with the crazy thing going on the internet at this age, accessing their computer will not be part of the option.

Do you know your parents can configure Qustodio in a way that you can’t uninstall it, the uninstallation button becomes disabled, the only way you can disable the Qustodio app is to wait till you are above 18 or out of your parent’s custody?

You can also talk to your parents which seems to be the hard part, but it works, they are your parent they want a better life for you, even though your intentions are not to use your iPhone for filthy things, you can talk to them, if your parents can trust you on your words they will uncheck some boxes for you and minimize the way they monitor you, but there’s a trap.

If your parent agrees to free some applications from being monitored and also extend your screen time you also have to help yourself by engaging in more educational stuff than movies and video games.

Your parents might remove the application completely to see if you will improve since they also want you to be happy, but like I said there are a few things you need to avoid.

There’s something you don’t know about your parents, no parent wants to sit up to monitor their child all the time with an app, your parent is busy 24/7 trying to make ends meet and make sure you are doing fine, how about avoiding playing video games and watching Netflix and do you your homework and bring good grades home, they may forget they purchased a monitoring application.

Your parent will only monitor you if you’re a problem child at school and home but if you can change and be a child they will forget to renew their Qustodio plan.

Well, let’s break it down, if you want to bypass Qustodio they some steps I can show up.

How to bypass Qustodio on iPhone

First, you don’t need to access with your parent’s ID and password, but if you don’t know it, then I think you should go with what I talked about before.

Follow these simple guides:

Note: You may get caught if you don’t get thing the right way.

  • Install the Qustodio parental administrative app on your smartphone.
  • Log in with your parent’s account ID and password.
  • If there is a new-administrative-device confirmation email sent to your parents’ email, get into their email before they do, click confirm if necessary, delete the email and clear it out from the trash bin.

Usage:

  • Control your device’s capabilities from your smartphone.
  • If Qustodio maintains a parent-accessible log of administrative actions, clear out evidence of your actions immediately after you do them, preferably without deleting your parents’ actions.

You’re scared that your parents will know if you access the administrative app, follow this step:

How to temporarily bypass Qustodio on iPhone

  1. Shut your phone completely off
  2. Turn it on. Qustodio takes a minute to load, so we’ll be using that time to deactivate it as an admin on your phone.
  3. Go immediately to settings
  4. Scroll down security
  5. Scroll down to Device Administrators and click on it
  6. When you see Qustodio, tap the checkmark next to it, that should take it off as an admin, making useless at blocking anything
  7. If you want Qustodio completely off, seeing as once it wakes up, it won’t let you use your phone until it’s activated, quickly delete the app
  8. You should be good to go

This works for both password and no password. I really hope this helps!! Let me know what you think about this article in the comment section below.

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