Disabling System Integrity Protection in Mac is not recommended doing this, as it’s a great safeguard that protects system-critical files from being modified by other apps. But some times it restricts you to remove apps or install things which you want to use.
Follow this steps:
- Restart your computer and hold down Command+R, which boots you into the macOS recovery mode.
- Click on Utilities, then Terminal, and type “csrutil disable,” hit Enter, type in your password, and hit Enter one more time.
- Restart your Mac.
Once you’re done deleting/installing, repeat the steps for Disabling System Integrity Protection. Only, this time, type “csrutil enable” into the Terminal and hit Enter.