The WhatsApp It has undergone a drastic change since it was first launched in 20009, since it started as a simple platform for instant messaging, then they added calls and video calls, and later added the ability to share multimedia files, however, the most used functions are “countries”, where users can Post texts, links, photos and videos.
The negative detail of “States” is that you can only post videos up to a maximum of thirty seconds in length, which is a very small amount for many users, so what happens if I want to upload a video that exceeds this amount? Simple, manually trim and sync until there is a good continuity, however, it is normal to make mistakes when doing this. On this occasion, we will teach you from Depor to implement the perfect cuts that will give flawless synchronization to your videos. Make a note so you don’t skip any part.
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How to post long videos with perfect cuts in WhatsApp statuses?
- First, check it out The WhatsApp You have no pending updates.
- Now through the Google Play Store, download the application called “Video uploader and status downloader“.
- Open it and click on “Netxt” > “Allow”, here it will ask you for gallery permissions, grant it so it can work without problems.
- The next step is to click on the section called “Status Uploader”.
- Your phone gallery will open for you to choose a video longer than 30 seconds.
- Click on the arrow pointing up, located in the lower right corner.
- “Video Uploader” will open WhatsApp.
- Finally, you have to click on My Status and post the video.
- The video will be published without deleting parts.
This happens with your WhatsApp account if you remove the SIM card from your cell phone
- First, remember that The WhatsApp It is an application that works with internet connection.
- It is true that WhatsApp asks you for a cell phone number to create an account, but if you receive a phone call you will not answer through the app.
- It only asks you for the number to verify that it belongs to you, it’s a very important security filter, how does it know that? Since the app sends you a “Verification Code” via SMS, this is required for you to create an account.
- After that, the app will never use your number again, unless you change your smartphone.
- If you remove the SIM card, you will be able to chat normally, as long as you have an internet connection, however, if you are using mobile data for your contracted plan, when you remove the SIM you will not be able to chat, make or receive calls and video calls.
- It will not allow you to link your account on the WhatsApp Web or desktop versions, and if opened it will automatically close as it is mobile based (something that will soon change with the “multi-device” mode).
- It is recommended that you do not remove or block the chip if it is lost, since in this way cybercriminals will gain access to all your account information.
What to do if you did not receive the verification code from WhatsApp?
- Verify that the entered number is correct: WhatsApp automatically validates your number, so check if you entered the numbers correctly, otherwise the code will never arrive and you may have registered someone else’s number.
- Wrong SIM card inserted: Check your operator’s network, if you don’t get the full signal, there may be a coverage problem, otherwise if an X (x) icon appears instead of the signal, then your SIM card has been inserted incorrectly, to check or call with your number or try calling other people.
- Choose the call, not the SMS: If everything is fine and you haven’t received the verification code yet, change the option to send by message and choose the phone call. When they call you, you have to write the code and enter it manually to register your WhatsApp account.
- Unstable internet connection: It sounds obvious, but remember that WhatsApp requires an internet connection to work, so check if there are problems with your home WiFi or if you’re out of mobile data.
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