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You can now read deleted WhatsApp messages



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Among the various tricks that WhatsApp allows, this is most likely the one that most users want to know about!

O Whatsapp continues to implement new and very useful tools. Recently, we learned that the Goal prepares to launch a third blue visa, a situation that is not pleasing to users. Furthermore, the possibility of including advertising is being strongly considered, as stated by the company’s president, Will Cathcart.

But it’s not all bad news! This is because a tool for Artificial intelligence which rivals the ChatGPT. Furthermore, it is also already in operation one of the most requested features by more than two billion WhatsApp users.

However, now is the time to get to know a trick which will certainly please the curious! Who has never received one message on WhatsApp that was deleted and you’re wondering what its content is? We’ve probably all been there. However, there is a tool unknown to most users that allows you to recover messages!


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It is important to note that this trick only works on cell phones Android thanks to the ‘notification history’ tool. However, it should also be noted that it can only recover text messages (including emojis) and only works with content that was deleted after you activated this option. Best of all, you don’t have to download any apps!

  1. Open the application and go to ‘Settings’ > ‘Notifications’;
  2. Activates the ‘High priority notifications’ options;
  3. Go back to ‘Settings’ and select ‘Notifications’ > ‘Advanced settings’;
  4. Click on ‘Notification history’ and activate it;

Now, whenever you receive new messages on WhatsApp, they will appear in your notification history. Android. The original content remains intact even if the sender has modified or deleted the “for everyone” message. To access the history, just go to ‘Settings’ > ‘Notifications’ > ‘Advanced settings’ > ‘Notification history’.

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