Check out the 41 mobile phone models that will stop running WhatsApp in April

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In today’s high-tech age, not having a means of communication can be very difficult. However, this is what will happen to thousands of Brazilians if they do not change their cell phones.

Meta recently announced that as of April 30, some mobile phone models will no longer work The WhatsApp. This is because, due to the application update, some operating systems will not be supported.

Check below which Android operating systems it won’t support The WhatsApp:

  • Android 1.0;
  • Android 2.0;
  • Android 3.0;
  • Android 4.0.

Therefore, not all mobile devices with one of the above systems will work The WhatsApp As of April 30, 2022. Check the list of mobile phone models below:

  • Apple iPhone 6S
  • Apple iPhone 6S Plus;
  • Apple iPhone SE;
  • Archos 53 Platinum;
  • Caterpillar Cat B15;
  • Faea F1;
  • HTC Desire 500;
  • Huawei Ascend D2;
  • Huawei Ascend G740;
  • Huawei Ascend Mate;
  • Lenovo A820
  • LG SN;
  • LG Lucid 2;
  • LG Optimus F3;
  • LG Optimus F3Q;
  • LG Optimus F5;
  • LG Optimus F6;
  • LG Optimus F7;
  • LG Optimus L2 II;
  • LG Optimus L3 II;
  • LG Optimus L3 II Dual;
  • LG Optimus L4 II;
  • LG Optimus L4 II Dual;
  • LG Optimus L5 II;
  • LG Optimus L5 II Dual;
  • LG Optimus L7 II;
  • LG Optimus L7 II Dual;
  • Samsung Galaxy Ace 2;
  • Samsung Galaxy Core;
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 mini;
  • Samsung Galaxy Trend II;
  • Samsung Galaxy Trend Lite;
  • Samsung Galaxy Xcover 2;
  • Sony Xperia M;
  • THL W8;
  • Wiko Sync Five
  • Wiko Darkkite
  • ZTE Grand Memo;
  • ZTE Grand S Flex;
  • ZTE Grand X Quad v987;
  • Phone ZTE V956 – UMi X2.
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However, owners of these devices will need to change their mobile phone in order to be able to continue using WhatsApp. If there is a possibility, it is possible to update the operating system by installing the Android 11 Go version.

The new version of WhatsApp is not well accepted

WhatsApp provides a web version so that users can access their accounts from their PC. Although the choice often makes people’s lives easier, the system does not always work as expected.

At the beginning of April, many users complained on their Twitter accounts about the slowness of the browser Messenger, even after the messages appeared, the date of what was sent before on the mobile phone was not present.

According to the company, the issues are related to the new feature that allows simultaneous connection to the same account on up to four devices. The tool has been gradually implemented since last year, but this process has taken its toll on users.

How does WhatsApp Web work

Before the new feature, the cell phone acted as the main device so that messages could be accessed from the computer. It was as if the mobile device only “reflected” the content.

However, all you have to do now is sync your cell phone data with the message history of other devices. Thus, it is possible to access information without the need for a smartphone.

When the additional device [computador] main device [celular] It encrypts a packet of messages from recent conversations and transmits them to the newly linked device.

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In short, it is as if the new device received a “passkey” for downloading, decrypting and storing information on the cell phone. Thus, after processing, the computer erases this key, but it remains connected to the history of the messages.

On its website, the company explains that “other data requires more than just an initial transfer from the phone,” without detailing what that data is.

However, it is important to note that the messenger uses the sync method, which is used when performing an update by cell phone, such as when adding a new contact, silencing a conversation or marking a message as a favourite, in addition to providing the option of stickers or stickers.

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