WhatsApp already offers two options if you want to delete the message but there is no easy method to recover that. If you have deleted an entire chat, the Delete for Everyone option won’t make the message accessible on the recipient’s end.
Here are 2 ways to read
WhatsApp chat notifications are logged in your phone’s memory and can be accessed until the device restarts. The post says that the recipient can access the deleted messages, even if the sender has deleted them for both. This isn’t an exploit, rather it is a workaround that utilises your Android device’s properties to ensure you get a hold of the deleted messages.
Steps to read the deleted messages on Whatsapp :-
Process 1 – Go to Google Play store and install an app called Notification History. Run it and give it all the required permissions to access your device’s system settings.
Process 2 – Now, you can search the message in the notification log for the WhatsApp message. This is essentially a log of all the notifications that you receive on your phone. You’ll have to segregate the ones received on WhatsApp.
Process 3 – That’s it. You can use the settings available on launchers such as Nova Launcher. However, some Android phones allow you to check the notification log.
You can only check only those WhatsApp notifications that have not been attended. This means the WhatsApp notification that you have either swiped or cleared won’t be shown in the log. While this can be one of the limitations of this method, it isn’t actually one because swiping a notification means you have seen it, at least partially.
In the second process :- you have to make sure you have turned on chat backup on WhatsApp. Usually, WhatsApp begins the backup process during the night, so all the chats before this time are saved in the local memory, as well as in your Google Drive. Now, if you have accidentally deleted a chat or a chat message, you can restore the chats from either of the storage options.
For the above process :- uninstall WhatsApp on your phone – you can also go into the dual mode to create an instance of the app. The latter is available on a large range of smartphones as they support creating a duplicate of any app. The idea is to start from the scratch so that you can restore chats. Post the authentication, app will ask you to choose to restore the chats. Tapping on
he Restore button will begin the process from the local memory and your Google account simultaneously. After this is done and you reach the chat screen, you can jump to the particular chat to read the message.
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