Are you wanting to monitor Web activity, downloads, etc...?
If you want to allow your child to use your new Barnes & Noble Nook HD or Nook HD+, but don't want them viewing inappropriate content or running up your credit card bill, you're going to want to take action. Fortunately, the latest Nook's parental control features are fairly robust, and allow parents to keep their kids from browsing the Web, buying items from the Nook store, watching videos or accessing apps. So follow our easy step-by-step instructions to learn how to keep your kids out of trouble while using the Nook HD and Nook HD+.
Creating a Child Profile
In order to enable parental controls on the Nook HD or Nook HD+, you'll have to first set up a user profile for your child. To do this:
Setting Parental Controls
Once you've entered your child's account information, you'll be asked to set specific parental control parameters. These settings include disabling the Nook store, browser and the ability to watch movies.
By default the store is open, but is limited to kids apps and requires that you enter a password ***** completing any purchases. If you'd like to leave these settings as they are, skip this section.
Choosing Your Child's Interests
After creating your child's profile and setting up the appropriate parental controls, you'll be provided with an age-appropriate list of interests your child might like. These interests correlate directly with a list of sample books that will be provided to your child on the next screen.
Managing Parental Controls
If you followed each of the above steps, your child's profile will be locked down and tailored to their specific interests. However, if you'd like to adjust those settings in the future: