Just get an iPad.
That's a funny joke, ain't it?
Sorry, but I don't actually know. Just found an opportunity to make a joke.
I've never actually done this on a Samsung tablet, but the theory should apply.
You're going to want to download Samsung's equivalent of ADB: ODIN. Be careful with google results, as most of the top results are fake... Edit: I remove the link I found on Reddit in case I'm wrong.
With ODIN, you can then reboot the tablet to the bootloader, mount the /system or /data partition, and remove the offending APK file.
I'm sorry I didn't know this site was called Android Source
You have the same tablet as me. Usually what I do when I get these things (aside from just uninstalling the app) is google "how to remove *name of virus*" and if you're lucky someone will have made some kind of custom tools. When antivirus fails (and it usually does) you have to do it yourself.
Since you haven't rooted it you can look into reinstalling a stock android image, or using this as an excuse to install a better custom os since the tab only allows up to android 4. Who knows if the virus already tampered with the "this device has been tampered with" switch.
Do you care about the data on it?
Just reset the entire phone
>Not making backups of your save data for mobile games that are probably stored in your internal storage or SD card anyway
>Not installing a custom recovery to wipe specific partitions to retain your personal data
>Not using ADB to extract your /data/data/ folder in case you're unable to use Titanium Backup
>Not installing a custom ROM because TouchWiz is trash
I have an idea: how about we stop insulting each other and actually try to fix the issue.
Anyway, if you can access the Play Store, try installing Malwarebytes and scanning. I'm not sure if it will work, but it is worth a try.