Some mobile phones will lose access to The WhatsApp From the month of November. Due to the update of the most used messaging system in Brazil, some devices will be incompatible with the new version.
Android 4.0.4 or earlier and iOS 9 or earlier will not be able to run the messenger. About 120 million Brazilians use the app, so the action can affect many account holders who have old cell phones in the personal and professional sphere.
Check the list of mobile phone models that will not be able to access the app from November:
- Apple: iPhone SE, 6S, 6S Plus;
- Samsung: Galaxy S3 Mini, Trend II, Trend Lite, Core e Ace 2;
- LG: Optimus F7, F5, L3 II Dual, F7 II e F5 II;
- Sony Xperia
- Huawei: Ascend Mate e Ascend D2.
In this sense, to continue using WhatsApp, the user will have to update the cell phone with a newer version of the operating system that complies with the criteria for operating the tool.
The messenger is frequently updated, as the company is always looking to improve and implement new features for a better experience for its users. Among the latest innovations is the feature that allows you to send media for only one view.
Wouldn’t accepting the new application terms lead to an account ban?
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In this sense, those who did not accept the Terms of Service will continue to use the platform’s tools. In addition, potential penalties for those who refused the application criteria were suspended.
However, according to the latest versions of the site WABetaInfoFailure to comply with the obligation to accept WhatsApp’s privacy terms may put the App’s Business Profile accounts at risk.
Given the information, professional accounts using Facebook’s cloud providers will not receive messages from users who do not accept the new membership terms. The procedure can negatively affect many organizations that frequently use messenger, such as SAC.
Therefore, refusing to share data with Facebook can reduce users’ access to their business accounts.
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