I have an older Google Nexus 4 (by LG), running 5.1.1 Lollipop (latest supported version). I want this to be my daughters first smartphone, and want to lock it down as much as possible.
So besides my own user account on the device I created a second user account for her. I installed the apps she should be able to use, but want to restrict others.
So I went on and disabled all apps she should not be able to use. However, all disabled apps keep re-appearing on her account after a day or so.
I went on and disabled automatic app updates on my own user and on her account, then went on and again disabled all apps on her account, but they keep re-appearing.
Question is: How can I permanently remove apps (especially the pre-installed apps like YouTube, Google, News, GMail, Hangouts, Play Books Play Music etc.) from her user account?
Rooting the device is not an option.