I would suggest following the instructions on apple to reset the iphone. Might want to back up any personal files before hand but - it would at least get you back to factory defaults and from there can reinstall McAfee.
We saw some users report a similar issue. That outage should be resolved now for most users.
What is happening is the child's device is in screen time block mode.
If you can help me get answers to the following questions:
1.) Are you still seeing the apps on your child’s device hidden?
2.) When did you see this happen?
3.) What OS version and device model is your child’s iOS device?
4.) Do you currently have Screen times rules turned on for your child?
5.) If not, have you ever tried turning on screen time rules before?
Some things to try to get it working again:
1.) On your parent device, go to the screen time rules, and turn it on, and then turn it off (and be sure to leave it off) and then wait up to 60 minutes to see if that changes anything on your child’s device
let me know if that helps,
Thanks for assisting
User have managed to delete child's handset from administrator's account this morning.
Then he deleted child’s provisioning file on child’s handset.
So the network issue he’s facing has resolved now (by manually deleting SF app I guess).
Although he's happy to details of issue, if you need it for further investigation.
Can we now consider this thread as 'Correctly Answered'?
Yes. Thank you all for your assistance.
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