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  • Level   1

I Buyed a used xbox 360, but they has with parental control activated and cannot plays games for more 18 years and i'm not has the password. How can I disable?

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    • Level   8
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    Hi there,

    like D3ATH PRONE mentions, you will need to contact Xbox Support, YoYo is wrong because every console will have it's own unique code based on the consoles Id or serial Id to reset the family passcode.

    To contact Xbox Support use support.xbox.com/contact-us and select the callback request option.

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    • Level   8

    Hello Digos X! You will need to contact Xbox Customer Support for your issue.

     

     Xbox Customer Support US&Canada

    1-800-469-9269.

     

    If you live in another country let me know and I will get you the correct number. I hope this helps!

     

    • Level   3
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    Digos X,

    You can reset the parental controls by doing the following:

    Turn off your 360 Unit

    Remove all memory devices

    restart 360 Unit

    go to system blade > Console Settings > System Info

    press

    left trigger, right trigger, x, y, left bumper, right bumper, up, left bumper, left bumper, x.

    This should bring up a menu

    Reset System Settings

    Resetting your system settings

    will return all console settings to

    factory defaults. Do you want to

    reset to factory defaults?

    Yes, reset settings

    No, don't reset settings

    select to reset settings

    your screen should go blank for about 2 seconds

    then the language blade should appear that lists several different languages,

    select your preferred language

    then a blade that says "Xbox 360 Storage Device" should appear

    With the options of:

    Done

    Continue without one

    select to Continue without a profile

    Then an Initial Setup Complete screen should appear

    with the options of:

    Family Settings

    High Definition Settings

    Xbox Dashboard

    select Xbox Dashboard

    Now turn the system off, insert the Memory Unit or Hard Drive, and turn the system back on.

    No more Parental Control lock.

    • Level   8
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    Hi there,

    like D3ATH PRONE mentions, you will need to contact Xbox Support, YoYo is wrong because every console will have it's own unique code based on the consoles Id or serial Id to reset the family passcode.

    To contact Xbox Support use support.xbox.com/contact-us and select the callback request option.

    • Level   1
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