01-12-2013 12:57 AM - edited 01-12-2013 01:02 AM
One of my friends has an Xbox live account that is too young to play Battlefield 3 but his Mom and Dad allow him to play it. How can he play online? His parents have to contact Ea Games and they don't respond. So what should he do? Stay on Call of Duty?
01-12-2013 01:55 AM
Hi there dragify!
You need to know both the Passport email and password of the Live account and the Passport email and password for the parent account associated with the Live account. You can also do it easier online at http://www.xboxlive.com - just sign in with the Passport email and password of the Live account, go to "Manage Profile" from your home page thingy, hit "Family Settings", sign in again with the Passport email and password of the parent account, and you can change all the parental controls on the next page. From looking at that page, you basically want all options on the first button for each thing to turn off all restrictions completely.
- With kind regards, Timmie.
01-19-2013 08:04 PM
That won't work. Basically you have to buy a new profile, new xbox live and new download online pass. What a royal rip off.