After this date.. “WhatsApp” for millions of phones: goodbye forever

The app will stop support for a range of older models

WhatsApp will stop working on a handful of older smartphones within two months, leaving millions of people unable to view their messages.

From November 1, WhatsApp will stop supporting a range of older Android and iOS smartphone models.

And the British newspaper, The Sun, said: phones with Android 4.0.4 and earlier will no longer be compatible with WhatsApp’s requirements, which also applies to devices with iOS 9 and earlier.

It added: The list of phones includes Samsung with “Galaxy S3 Mini”, “Trend II”, “Trend Lite”, “Core” and “Ace 2” versions, and for “LG” phones, the list will be Includes “Optimus F7” models. and “F5”, “L3 II Dual”, “F7 II” and “F5 II”.

And the newspaper said: “WhatsApp will not work on Sony Xperia phones, as well as for Huawei Ascend Mate and Ascend D2.”

And it continued, “iPhone” models “SE”, “6s” and “6s Plus”, would not be able to run the application.

And WhatsApp has recently launched a new service that will help people who change their phone from time to time.

And tech news site “The Verge” said that when users switch their phones from iOS to Android, they’ll be able to transfer conversation logs, including voice messages, photos and videos.

In the first phase, which will take place in the coming weeks, the service will cover the transfer of records from “iOS” phones to new “Samsung” phones, “Zee Flip 3” and “Zfold 3”.

In the second phase, the service will cover transfers between phones from the two systems, but it is unclear when the service will be available for all phones.

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The service addresses some negative issues in WhatsApp, as in the past it was not possible to transfer conversation records between different phones in the operating system.

Users stored backups in the “iCloud” program for “iOS” systems, while users of “Samsung” phones, for example, stored backups in the “Google Drive” program for “Android” devices.

After this date.. “WhatsApp” for millions of phones: goodbye forever


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WhatsApp will stop working on a handful of older smartphones within two months, leaving millions of people unable to view their messages.

From November 1, WhatsApp will stop supporting a range of older Android and iOS smartphone models.

And the British newspaper, The Sun, said: phones with Android 4.0.4 and earlier will no longer be compatible with WhatsApp’s requirements, which also applies to devices with iOS 9 and earlier.

It added: The list of phones includes Samsung with “Galaxy S3 Mini”, “Trend II”, “Trend Lite”, “Core” and “Ace 2” versions, and for “LG” phones, the list will be Includes “Optimus F7” models. and “F5”, “L3 II Dual”, “F7 II” and “F5 II”.

And the newspaper said: “WhatsApp will not work on Sony Xperia phones, as well as for Huawei Ascend Mate and Ascend D2.”

And it continued, “iPhone” models “SE”, “6s” and “6s Plus”, would not be able to run the application.

And WhatsApp has recently launched a new service that will help people who change their phone from time to time.

And tech news site “The Verge” said that when users switch their phones from iOS to Android, they’ll be able to transfer conversation logs, including voice messages, photos and videos.

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In the first phase, which will take place in the coming weeks, the service will cover the transfer of records from “iOS” phones to new “Samsung” phones, “Zee Flip 3” and “Zfold 3”.

In the second phase, the service will cover transfers between phones from the two systems, but it is unclear when the service will be available for all phones.

The service addresses some negative issues in WhatsApp, as in the past it was not possible to transfer conversation records between different phones in the operating system.

Users stored backups in the “iCloud” program for “iOS” systems, while users of “Samsung” phones, for example, stored backups in the “Google Drive” program for “Android” devices.

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The app will stop support for a range of older models

WhatsApp will stop working on a handful of older smartphones within two months, leaving millions of people unable to view their messages.

From November 1, WhatsApp will stop supporting a range of older Android and iOS smartphone models.

And the British newspaper, The Sun, said: phones with Android 4.0.4 and earlier will no longer be compatible with WhatsApp’s requirements, which also applies to devices with iOS 9 and earlier.

It added: The list of phones includes Samsung with “Galaxy S3 Mini”, “Trend II”, “Trend Lite”, “Core” and “Ace 2” versions, and for “LG” phones, the list will be Includes “Optimus F7” models. and “F5”, “L3 II Dual”, “F7 II” and “F5 II”.

And the newspaper said: “WhatsApp will not work on Sony Xperia phones, as well as for Huawei Ascend Mate and Ascend D2.”

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And it continued, “iPhone” models “SE”, “6s” and “6s Plus”, would not be able to run the application.

And WhatsApp has recently launched a new service that will help people who change their phone from time to time.

And tech news site “The Verge” said that when users switch their phones from iOS to Android, they’ll be able to transfer conversation logs, including voice messages, photos and videos.

In the first phase, which will take place in the coming weeks, the service will cover the transfer of records from “iOS” phones to new “Samsung” phones, “Zee Flip 3” and “Zfold 3”.

In the second phase, the service will cover transfers between phones from the two systems, but it is unclear when the service will be available for all phones.

The service addresses some negative issues in WhatsApp, as in the past it was not possible to transfer conversation records between different phones in the operating system.

Users stored backups in the “iCloud” program for “iOS” systems, while users of “Samsung” phones, for example, stored backups in the “Google Drive” program for “Android” devices.

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