WhatsApp tips: Want to read deleted messages? Here's how to do it
WhatsApp tips: Facebook-owned instant messaging app WhatsApp is the most popular messaging services and people visit the app so many times in a day.
WhatsApp tips: Facebook-owned instant messaging app WhatsApp is the most popular messaging services and people visit the app so many times in a day. Its popularity clubbed with the various amazing features which keep users stay on this app. One such feature that WhatsApp launched earlier is Delete Messages feature.
The feature allows you to delete messages even after they have been sent, saving us from situations when a message was sent across accidentally. However, we'll show you one WhatsApp trick that allows you to read messages that might have been deleted from the platform. To read the deleted WhatsApp messages, you need to download a third-party app from Google Play store. Also, the trick is applicable only for Android smartphone users. The app doesn’t allow the same for iOS users.
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According to a report from the Zee Media Bureau, to read the WhatsApp messages that have been deleted, you need to follow these simple steps: First, open Google Play Store. Then download the WhatsRemoved+ app. Upon installing the app, set up the app and grant the app the required app permissions. After giving permission, go and select the app whose notification you want to save. For example, if you want to save WhatsApp notifications, select WhatsApp. Then tap on the Next option.
Additionally, the app will ask whether or not you want it to detect and save deleted files and you need to select the ‘Yes, save files’ option. Once all the permissions have been granted, the app is set for you to read deleted messages. Although you will also see ads in WhatsRemoved +, if you want to remove them, then you have to pay Rs 10. After this, you will not see advertisements.
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