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How to set up Guided Access
How to set up Guided Access

Prevent users from shutting down ZAP IN - Apple's Guided Access mode prevents public tampering.

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You can use Guided Access to disable the home button - disables remaining screen premises that isn't relevant to sign-ins, or any accidental gesture that might cause a distraction. This is to ultimately protect your iPad screen property.  

In order to set up guided access for your iPad, follow the steps below: 

Go to iPad Settings > General > Accessibility > Guided Access > Turn on Guided Access

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Tap Passcode Settings, then tap Set Guided Access Passcode > Enter a Passcode, then re-enter it. From here, you can also turn on Face ID or Touch ID to end a Guided Access session.

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How to start Guided Access:

  • Open the app that you want, then triple-click the home button. 

  • If you want parts of your screen to stop responding to touch, use one finger to circle those areas. You can move or resize the circle or tap the X to remove it. 

  • Tap Start. 

To end Guided Access, triple-click the Home button, and then enter your Guided Access passcode.

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