It is important to understand that due to high level of customization of Android OS the steps from the following guide might differ from what you will see on the actual phone. However, all the menu sections are similar and you will be able to easily find your way through. For example, instead of ‘Applications’ you might see ‘Apps’. ‘Application manager’ or Manage Application.
In order to uninstall the mSpy from your target device you need to follow these steps:
1. Take the target device in your hands and open Settings -> Security -> Device Administrators and uncheck ‘Update Service’.
2. Then go to Settings -> Application Manager (or Apps), tap on the ‘Update Service’ (for 184.108.40.206 mSpy version and higher) or ‘system.process’ (for 220.127.116.11 mSpy version and lower) and click Uninstall.
Now the mSpy application is removed from the target device!
Please note that if the Uninstall button in ‘Update service’ (for 18.104.22.168 mSpy version and higher) or ‘system.process’ (for 22.214.171.124 mSpy version and lower) is unavailable (grayed out), it means that you’ve missed Step 1 of this guide.
INSTALLATION ON ANDROID DEVICES
mSpy is a powerful parental control app with a significant number of monitoring features. In this article, we will tell you how to install mSpy on target Android phone.