Disable Knox on Samsung Galaxy Devices [4 Ways]

If you are looking for a way to disable Samsung Knox, then this is for you. In this guide, we will show you 4 methods to disable Knox on Samsung Galaxy devices.

Steps to Disable / Uninstall Knox on Samsung Devices

There are 4 methods by which you can try and uninstall Samsung Knox and we have listed them all in detail below. If one of them does not work for you, try the next one.

Backup your data: Please make a full backup of your Samsung device before proceeding to try any of the steps mentioned below.

Disable Knox On Samsung Galaxy Devices [4 Ways]

Method 1: Disable Knox on Stock Samsung Android (Unrooted)

If you own an older Samsung device such as Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S5, S4, S3, Note 5, Note 4 and Note 3, then the below steps should work:

  1. Open the ‘Knox‘ app and tap on ‘Settings‘.
  2. Select the ‘Knox Settings‘ tab.
  3. Tap on ‘Uninstall Knox.’
  4. When Know is being uninstalled, you will get an option to back up your Knox data, which will be saved to your device’s app folder. To do this, select ‘Backup Now‘, and then OK.
  5. Done!

One newer Android device, you could follow the below steps:

  1. Got to Settings > Apps.
  2. Tap on the menu button at the top right corner and select ‘Show system apps‘.
  3. Now, search for ‘Knox’ in the search bar and all the apps related to know will be listed.
  4. Disable them one by one.
  5. Reboot your device.
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Method 2: Uninstall Knox on Rooted Samsung Galaxy [No root]

If your Samsung Galaxy is rooted, this will make things more simple. Instead of just disabling Knox, you can completely remove it by uninstalling it from your device.

Follow the below steps:

  1. Download and install ‘Titanium Backup‘ from the Google Play Store.
  2. Open the app.
  3. Tap the search button and search for ‘Knox’ and all the Knox related apps will be listed clearly.
  4. Free the following apps using Titanium Backup:
    KLMS Agent
    Knox Notification Manager
    Knox Store
  5. After freezing the app, reboot your device once.

Method 3: Uninstall Knox with Android Terminal Emulator [Root]

  1. Install the ‘Android Terminal Emulator‘ app from the Google Play Store.
  2. Launch the application, and it will prompt you to grant root access; grant it.
  3. Execute the commands in the terminal editor to permanently uninstall the app running in the background:
    su pm disable com.sec.knox.seandroid

4. Uninstall Know using Knox Remover Zip

If none of the above-mentioned methods are working out for you, you might as well give this one a shot.

What is Samsung Knox?

Samsung Knox is a comprehensive set of security features for personal and enterprise use pre-installed in most of Samsung’s smartphones, tablets, and wearables. – Wikipedia

Disable Knox On Samsung Galaxy Devices [4 Ways]

The Samsung Knox platform is built into Samsung smartphones, tablets, and wearables at the manufacturing stage, so you have it the moment you unpack your device. The Knox platform consists of overlapping defense and security mechanisms that protect against intrusion, malware, and more malicious threats. Know features coexist alongside the already existing security enhancements provided by Android.

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Why Disable / Uninstall Samsung Knox?

While Samsung Knox sure is a very good security feature, it sure does make things more complex if you want to root your device. Most rooting methods such as Chainfire’s well-known CF-auto root trips the Knox counter.

If you have rooted your Samsung device using these methods and you are running on Android Jelly Bean, KitKat, Lollipop or Marshmallow you might be getting this error:

SuperSU tried to access system in your device without authorization. This action was blocked.

You can get rid of this error if you disable or uninstall Samsung Knox on your Samsung Galaxy Android device.

16 thoughts on “Disable Knox on Samsung Galaxy Devices [4 Ways]”

    • only help you need is to delete the software if it is not the original Samsung with the knox file on it,
      if you do not own a Samsung anymore you should delete it to clearly, if you are a prick with it on your computer because you’re stealing people’s SIM cards and copying them or plugging their devices into your modem then you should have your raspberry or pineapple or let’s just say remote device that’s used for reconnaissance for military to track a terrorist but if your roommate is sleeping and you plug his phone into your computer you’re a thief, I would really like my information deleted or I will literally give you a magnet for Christmas happy Hanukkah douche lips

  1. Hello I am looking to see if I’m signed into anything that controls my ph because I haven’t done it personally and I can’t use my phoneme

    • Try memory delete data android Samsung Knox>settings>apps>android, Samsung, Knox, storage\memory data >clear data,,,,,easy

  2. I have a problem, my phone blocking m-signature on web shoping and I cant conneckt to webbank via web. Is it renewed knox bug? If it is true, what I have to do?

  3. trying to get past frp lock and knox on a 2020 samsung A tablet model number Sm-T517P anyone done this everything i have done that worked in the past hasnt been effective please if someone knows what changed in the system or any new loop holes to get around the security please let me know thanks and hope to hear back from anyone who has succeeded in this

  4. Hi,

    can you help me for remove or disable “KNOX MANAGER” from my device Samsung Tab A7?
    I’m face many of issues from it, because I could not send or receive any files from to the other devices or systems.


  5. a friend gave me a samsung galexy xcover pro phone cause its been reset but it has knox protection and cant get threw the wifi to connect to a wifi cause keeps showing knox protection on it? can some one help me

    • It can be reset using MTP, I heard these tabs were primarily in Germany(caren.io) and Brazil.
      If not successful reach me at telegram


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