Did you delete a message in The WhatsApp? With it, you can share various contents such as videos, GIFs, animated stickers, voice notes and even the funniest memes. But there is a trick that very few users have taken advantage of: it is about recovering a photo that your friend, family member, partner or co-worker has deleted.
and you know The WhatsApp It not only allows you to delete sent messages if they haven’t been read yet, but also allows you to delete photos. Every time someone uses this tool, you will see that it leaves a trace and you will know that the document has been deleted.
Although there are programs that will help you find out exactly what they sent you, a fairly easy trick has been discovered and it is not necessary to use a third-party application that, to a large extent, asks for information or asks for permissions in order to access your personal files.
It should be noted that you have to enable certain functions that are hidden in The WhatsApp. Best of all, it is legal. So we leave all the steps to you so that you can do it calmly.
How to view deleted photos from WhatsApp
- Go to WhatsApp settings.
- There go to Storage and Data.
- In this section you will see the “Auto Download” tab.
- There you must click Download photos and videos using data and wifi.
- With this, when you receive a photo, even if it has been deleted by your friend, it will be downloaded automatically.
- With this there will be no mystery if someone deletes a message.
- You can see this again on your mobile spool.
Do you have a problem with WhatsApp? Do you need to report it? If you have any kind of problem, write to their contact email: [email protected] or [email protected] You can also place the same order from your iPhone through the iOS exclusive service.
Now, if you need to make a general query, you can fill out the form with this Link. There you just need to put your phone number, as well as your area code, then write your message after making your identification.
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