Does anyone know how to clear the Mobicip Browsing history on a Kindle Fire. My son's tablet is keeping history for many months, and it is starting to clog up the memory space.
Right now, if I hit the magnifying glass at the bottom, it will pull up a page with three tabs inclyuding a history tab. When I go to the history tab, I can select one web page at a time, and delete it, but not all of them. It will take me forever to delete one at a time. Any tips?
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Thank you Attorney and Family Analyst, Rania Mankarious, and Great Day Houston with CBS News for sharing the helpful and insightful information about web safety for kids. Watch the video to hear about Mobicip internet filter and web safety for kids.