- To delete a sub-account on PS4, navigate to the Settings menu
- Select “PlayStation Network/Account Management,” and then select “Sub Account Management.”
- From there, you can delete the account by selecting “Delete” next to the username.
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Yes, you can delete a child account on PS4. To do so, go to “PlayStation Network” and select “Account Management.” Select the “Users” tab and then highlight the user you want to delete. Select “Deactivate,” and then confirm your choice.
This is a difficult question to answer without knowing the specifics of your account. However, there are two ways you can change the account on your PS4 console.
1) You can log out of your child’s account and log back in as the parent (or another adult).
The sub account is a way to limit the amount of time that a child can play on the console. This is done by setting restrictions on how many hours they can play, and what days they can play. It’s also possible to set a password for the sub account, which means that only the person who knows the password will be able to log in.
Yes. Log in to your PSN account on the Playstation 4, go to “Settings” and then click “Account Management.” From there, you can change the status of any sub accounts to master accounts.
To turn off family control, go to the PlayStation 4’s home screen and select “Settings”. Select “Parental Controls” and then “Family Management”. Next, choose the account of the child you want to disable and click on “Disable Account”.
To delete family management, you’ll need to go to the family management page and click on the “Delete” button. You can also do this by going to your profile and clicking on the “Family” tab.
When a child account turns 18 on PS4, they will be prompted to change their account settings. This is done by selecting “Change my account settings” in the Settings menu. Once this option has been selected, the user is taken to the Account Management screen where they can change their password and parental control settings.
I would recommend that you try to talk with your family manager and see if they would be willing to change the way they approach the situation. If this does not work, I would recommend that you speak with a family law attorney.