Sometimes, the AVG Antivirus for your Android device would detect malware, but it cannot get rid of it. This will usually be the case when the suspicious app has been installed as a System app or if it has been installed with Device admin permissions.
Therefore, to resolve the malware removal issue in AVG Antivirus for an Android device, continue to read this page.
If you wish to determine the reason why you cannot uninstall the suspicious app, please check out the instructions given here:
When a suspicious app has been installed as a System app, you cannot access or uninstall it. For instance, if an unwanted app has been installed by a seller or a person who is a previous device user, then you cannot uninstall that app. Even an Antivirus app such as AVG will not be able to remove such malicious software. In such a scenario, it is recommended that you first make an attempt to disable the suspicious app. Follow the instructions given here to do the same:
In case the suspicious app has received the Device admin permission while it was being installed, you have to remove the permission before you start uninstalling the app. Follow the steps given here to do the same:
We have now discussed the malware removal issue in AVG AntiVirus for an Android device.