Remove Security plugin on android phone

A security plugin,Β  in the context of mobile devices like Android phones, typically refers to a software application designed to enhance the security of the device and its data. These plugins often offer various features and functionalities aimed at protecting users from threats such as malware, phishing attacks, data breaches, and unauthorized access.

Common features offered by security plugins for Android devices may include:

1. Antivirus Protection: Scans apps, files, and websites for malware and other malicious content to prevent infections and data breaches.

2. Anti-Theft: Provides features like remote lock, wipe, and locate to help users protect their device and data in case it’s lost or stolen.

3. Firewall:Β Monitors network traffic and controls which apps can access the internet to prevent unauthorized communication and data leakage.

4. App Lock: Allows users to lock specific apps with a password, PIN, or fingerprint to prevent unauthorized access.

5. Safe Browsing: Identifies and blocks malicious websites and phishing attempts to protect users while browsing the internet.

6. Privacy Protection: Helps users manage app permissions, block unwanted calls and messages, and secure sensitive information stored on the device.

7. VPN (Virtual Private Network): Offers encrypted connections to secure users’ internet traffic and protect their online privacy and anonymity.

Security plugins are often available for download from the Google Play Store or other app marketplaces. While many security plugins offer valuable protection, it’s essential to choose reputable and trustworthy plugins from well-known developers to ensure effectiveness and avoid potential security risks. Additionally, users should keep their devices and security plugins up to date with the latest software updates and security patches to stay protected against evolving threats.

Removing a security plugin on an Android phone typically involves uninstalling the associated application from your device. Here’s how you can do it:



1. **Open Settings: Open the Settings app on your Android device. You can usually find it by tapping the gear-shaped icon in the app drawer or by swiping down from the top of the screen and tapping the gear icon in the quick settings panel.

2. **Navigate to Apps or Application Manager: Depending on your device model and Android version, you may see different options such as “Apps,” “Apps & notifications,” or “Application Manager.” Tap on this option.

3. **Find the Security Plugin: Scroll through the list of installed apps to find the security plugin you want to remove. You may need to look for the name of the security app or the developer’s name.

4. **Select the Security Plugin: Tap on the security plugin to open its app info screen.

5. **Uninstall the Security Plugin: On the app info screen, you should see options like “Uninstall,” “Disable,” or “Remove.” Tap on the appropriate option to uninstall the security plugin from your device.

6. **Confirm Uninstallation: A confirmation dialog may appear asking if you want to uninstall the app. Confirm your decision by tapping “OK” or “Uninstall.”

7. **Complete the Uninstallation: Wait for the uninstallation process to complete. Once finished, you should see a confirmation message indicating that the security plugin has been successfully removed from your device.

8. **Restart Your Device (Optional): It’s a good idea to restart your device after uninstalling the security plugin to ensure that all changes take effect properly.

Keep in mind that some security plugins may require administrator privileges to function, especially if they provide features like device encryption or remote wipe. If the security plugin you’re trying to remove has administrator privileges, you may need to deactivate these permissions before uninstalling the app. You can usually do this by going to Settings > Security > Device Administrators and deselecting the checkbox next to the security plugin’s name. After that, you should be able to uninstall the app following the steps mentioned above.


To remove the security plugin on Android phone using software or Flashtool, just follow the below steps.

  • Download flash tool like unlocktool
  • Download the phone MDM file, you can get the file here, just searchΒ 
  • Flash the file to the phone
  • Then you are done