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how to disable mcafee device protection on S20 FE?

(Topic created: 01-27-2021 12:23 AM)
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I accidentally turned on the mcafee device protection in the device care. I am not interested in using this service, so I woild like to deactivate it. My phone is a Samsung Galaxy s20 FE 5g.

 
I have tried clearing the data in device care and have looked for device protections as some googlefu recommended, but none of it worked. 
 
I am on One UI 3.0.

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Try this:

 

Go to Settings > Apps >  Go down right  side...across from "your apps" and click on 3 horizontal lines;      Select Show System Apps, click ok at bottom > Device SECURITY (not Care) and then wipe data!

 

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Try this:

 

Go to Settings > Apps >  Go down right  side...across from "your apps" and click on 3 horizontal lines;      Select Show System Apps, click ok at bottom > Device SECURITY (not Care) and then wipe data!

 

Good luck!

 

 

Be sure to click  " ✓ Accept as Solution"  when you find an answer that works for you. - Thanks!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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doesn't work on s21 ultra
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