As of my last knowledge update in September 2023, mSpy and similar monitoring apps generally cannot be uninstalled remotely from the target device. To uninstall the mSpy app, physical access to the device is typically required.
The installation and removal of apps usually require manual intervention by the device user. mSpy does not provide a remote uninstallation feature for security and privacy reasons. The primary purpose of these apps is to monitor and track device activities with the consent of the device owner or for legitimate purposes such as parental control or employee monitoring.
If you no longer wish to use mSpy to monitor a device, you will need to access the target device directly and follow the device’s standard procedures for uninstalling apps. The specific steps for uninstalling mSpy can vary depending on the device’s operating system (iOS or Android).
Please keep in mind that using monitoring apps should be done legally and ethically, and you should respect the privacy and consent of the individual whose device you are monitoring. Additionally, laws and regulations regarding the use of monitoring apps may vary by jurisdiction, so it’s important to understand and comply with local laws when using such software.