With the recent influx of new WhatsApp features, Meta has been on a roll. The same WhatsApp account may now be used across four separate devices, according to a recent announcement from Meta, which also included the option to protect messages from deleting. In order to continue providing what is needed, new capabilities, the messaging platform is now developing a function that would greatly simplify conversation transfer for Android users. See the information below for more.
On WhatsApp, chat transfers will become much simpler!
You may soon be able to transfer WhatsApp messages between two Android devices without using Google Drive, according to the most recent tip from WABetaInfo. The newest beta version of WhatsApp for Android, build 220.127.116.11, has this new functionality. By basically doing away with the requirement for Google Drive chat backups, this feature attempts to accelerate the chat transfer procedure.
You may get this latest version from the Google Play Store right immediately if you are an Android beta tester for
A Chat Transfer option will be accessible from the Settings menu. After choosing, a QR code will be made available for you to scan with your new Android device to start the migration process. This function is quite useful and
- In case you forgot, this capability was previously being tested, therefore there is a good possibility it will be available to stable users very soon. If this will only be available to Android users or if iOS users will also be able to use it, is yet to be determined.
Just wait if for some reason this option is not yet available to you.