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How to disable Google Play Security (Verify apps) option

Spapp Monitoring is an application for monitoring devices. That means the application is extracting data. Because of new Google regulations such applications could be uninstalled because of the specific of it. This is why we strongly insist to disable Verify apps option (the name on older Android versions) or Google Play protect option (the name on the newest Android versions).

Here we'll explain step-by-step how to disable Google Play protect option using 2 methods:

Method 1: from device's Settings

1. First of all, you'll need physical access to the target device. Open the Settings of it and search for "Google".
2. Click on Google and search for "Security"
3. Click on Security and search for "Google Play Protect"
4. Click on Google Play Protect and search for "Scan device for security threats". You'll see this is enabled by default. You need to switch it off
5. Click to switch off Scan device for security Threats option and there will appear a message. Click on "OK"
6. Now, you've disabled the "Google Play Protect" option and Spapp Monitoring can not be uninstalled by Google.

Method 2: from device's Play Store account

1. Go to Play Store
2. Click on the right corner menu and search for Play Protect. Click on it.
3. Find Scan device for security threats and uncheck (OFF).

Disable the Google Play Store notification

Whatever method you use, you still must disable the notification for the Google Play Store app in order to be sure Google Play Protect will stay off. Here is how:

Go to phone's Settings -> Apps -> Google Play Store -> Notifications -> unswitch (OFF)


Go to phone's Settings -> Notifications -> select to see all apps -> find Google Play Store -> unswitch (OFF)

Now you can use Spapp Monitoring as previously.