WhatsApp trick: You can read deleted messages; here is how
WhatsApp trick: Ever wished for a boon that would grant you the power of reading deleted messages? Well, there is no feature like this right now, but a simple WhatsApp trick allows you to read messages that might have been deleted from the platform.
WhatsApp trick: Ever wished for a boon that would grant you the power of reading deleted messages? Well, there is no feature like this right now, but a simple WhatsApp trick allows you to read messages that might have been deleted from the platform. To pull this off, 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.
Here’s how you can read deleted WhatsApp messages:
- Go to Google Play Store and search for WhatsRemoved app.
- Download the app on the smartphone you have the WhatsApp account logged in.
- Open the app and set it up by accepting all terms and conditions. The app contains lots of advertisements.
- The app has support for many platforms. From the list, select WhatsApp to read the deleted messages.
- The WhatsRemoved+ app will then ask you whether it should save files or not and then take to a page that will show all deleted WhatsApp messages.
- Click on WhatsApp option next to the Detected option on top of the screen.
- Enable the setting and you will be able to read all deleted WhatsApp messages.
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While this trick allows you to read deleted WhatsApp messages, third-party apps come with their own set of risks. It is not advised to use them unless you need to recover a very important piece of information.
Meanwhile, WhatsApp is working to bring multiple device support to the platform. According to WhatsApp tracker WABetaInfo, the initial support added for the app will allow WhatsApp to run on four devices simultaneously. This, of course, is likely to be separate from WhatsApp’s desktop and web apps, which can already mirror your account on to laptops.
The feature is still under works and is being tested by WhatsApp so is not available for public use. But, the latest leak suggests that we are closer to getting multiple device support than ever.
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