WhatsApp is one of the most popular communications apps in the world. With its useful features, such as the possibility to make audio and video calls, chat, send and receive photos, videos, and other types of documents, the application has billions of active users daily.
However, sometimes it can happen to accidentally delete a message you didn’t get to read. Fortunately, there is a way to access those messages on Android devices, and here are a few solutions you can use to do so.
Use the WhatsApp Chat Backup
The backup process on the WhatsApp is performed every night at 2 a.m., which can be helpful if you mistakenly deleted messages in the app. To get your messages back, make sure to follow those steps before the next backup takes place.
• Uninstall WhatsApp and then reinstall it
• Launch the app and go through the agreement process
• Type in your phone number and wait for a few seconds for the app to set itself
• Before you get to use it, the option to restore your previous chats will appear
• Tap on the ‘Restore’ button and the chats will be back
• The deleted messages will also be included in the chats
Use the WhatsRemoved+ App
• Download WhatsRemoved from the Play Store and install it on your device
• Launch the app and hit the ‘Allow’ button for the permissions you’re asked for
• Choose WhatsApp from the app list and tap on ‘Next’
• Confirm to saving files and then hit the ‘Allow’ button
• The app should now allow you to read all the deleted messages
Use the Notification History App
Notification History is another app that can be found on the Google Play Store and can help you read deleted messages on WhatsApp.
• Download the Notification History app install it
• Search for the messages in the notification log
There’s also the option to get to the notification log without an app:
• Launch the Widgets menu
• Navigate to the ‘Activities’ heading
• Search the ‘Settings’ menu there and head to the ‘Notification Log’ option
• You can see there all the notifications you received – find the one containing the WhatsApp messages
Have you tried these solutions before?