New trick to access the photos and videos that your partner sends by Whatsapp to other people...
Although the title of this article is put in the worst case we can think of, any habitual user of WhatsApp at some point has had to face the awkward moment of having to delete videos, photos, voice notes, text messages... from your account is because of the painful memory problems. The cursed message of "full memory" appears inviting us with an odious kindness to free space from the storage of our device.
This makes us face a delicate process of erasing many of these files which, honestly, we only pay attention to the first few times. As of the third occasion when our device forces us to erase elements of our memory, we tend to be more abrupt and careless, and we get to situations where we sometimes eliminate things that we end up needing in the future. And that is right when you feel the loss of the whole world!
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But this is going to change thanks to this revealing article. A new feature has already come out and is fully available for Android users, specifically those who are users of the versions that correspond to the lapse that begins with 2.18.106. (Another reason for the ios users to just throw their phone away!) Thus, from this version onwards, all the models that have been progressively innovated could have this new function in a very short time. Salvation has come for many and so we explain why.
If you are one of those who like to play with their romantic partners and flirts with their backs using mainly the telephone, it is time to think twice. If it is not your own conviction that you need, a change that directs you towards this necessary transformation in your behavioral patterns, then it is at least the fear that leads you to consider yourself to be different. The possibility of downloading files that were previously deleted puts in check this type of emotional villains.
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As we were saying, it is now possible to download more than once files, GIFs, photos, audios,... and other documents that can be sent via WhatsApp. This is due to an application that is going to take care of keeping them stored in its numerous servers, and not only when they are downloaded on the first occasion, but they will remain there even after it has already taken place. Even after deleting them from WhatsApp.
Up until now, when a file was shared on WhatsApp, the application kept it for no more than 30 days on its servers. Then it erased them. Downloading files for the second time that have already been removed by us requires that the WhatsApp message has not been erased by means of which this item was sent for sharing. This means that the logic of many must already have deduced, that in order for this function to fulfill its objective, the deletion must have been made from the file folder of the application.
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Indeed, miracles do not exist, and obviously, although enormous progress has been made, the scope of these functions is still limited. Now WhatsApp deals with your files in a different way and keeps the ones that have been downloaded in your database in a successful way for a period that reaches 90 days in total. And all this despite what has been said about the discharge may have occurred at some time in time.
Regarding the operation of this novel modality, the pertinent tests were carried out thanks to some users of edition 2. 18. 113 of WhatsApp in the Android operating system. After an average of two attempts, the application allowed the users to download videos and photos that had an antiquity of a limit of two months again. Subsequently, the period lasted until three months to perform new tests, but in these cases, only results were obtained after numerous attempts.
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