My mom has an Android tablet and she doesn't even know what a site is, her e-mail, or even the password of her Facebook account. She's an average user. The internet is Facebook in her eyes. She has no need for apps or anything, it's just, only, precisely Facebook. All is Facebook.
How can I completely disable installing apps in Android so they can't be installed in any way or form, I mean, not by URL, not by clicking, not by the app store, not even by another program? Just disable the entire thing altogether.
Doesn't need to be safe, have locks, passwords, etc. I'm not trying to secure the device from intruders, attackers, or robbers, I'm trying to secure it from its very own user.
Please help. I just had to remove two anti-virus apps that were opening adware pages when she tried to open Facebook Lite, and that's obviously a no-go, apps which she "had not installed." Clearly, there's some voodoo going on here for them to just pop up, or maybe she just did it unknowingly, but none of that's relevant.
How can you just disable installs so this couldn't ever happen again?