Yo, team. Title pretty self-explanatory, really. The older one will be taking ownership of the first mobile phone soon (Android) and so I'm after any and all tips and best practices that the bit-massive can provide regarding: e-safety from kid side monitoring - both parental and locational ie. logging of activity as well as knowing where they are, probably also including logging home router traffic ...which probably also includes monitoring apps (might be something called Parentlink or similar?) security - how to remote wipe/prevent against theft or loss at school installation of anything inappropriate (possibly comes under points 1-3) practical tips ie. obliging random access, especially mid-activity; limiting access time(s) anything else I've missed, which I'm sure will be a lot If you guys can share any tips or experiences, including what the little geniuses do to bypass anything WE do (I've heard about Finsta and Rinsta for example, but not sure there's much you can do in those kinds of circumstances) and what we can do to counter THAT again, if anything, then that would be ace . I do have access to the primary email inbox (for legacy reasons, as I set up all the gaming/online accounts and wanted oversight of those), but that only lasts as long as it's the known primary one. I'm sure it's clear, but this will be the maiden voyage and I've left it to the last minute to get sorted so I'm behind the informational curve and anything you guys can add will be appreciated. Cheers in advance!