Last Month on October WhatsApp introduces Recall or Revoke feature. Basically, WhatsApp let you delete or Revoke messages that you have sent by mistake to someone. This is one of the best WhatsApp features that we have seen in a while. This works on all chats including Group messages and personal conversation. Is this is an effective feature by WhatsApp, well I can say there are ways to see deleted Messages. So here I am going to share How to Read Deleted WhatsApp Messages without Root.
Yes, it is possible to Read Deleted WhatsApp messages. This is possible due to Apps which let us save the messages immediately to see it later. This leaves the WhatsApp Revoke feature useless, I am sharing so that you can know about it. This method does not require to Root your phone, you can accomplish in few simple steps.
How to Read Deleted WhatsApp Messages
- First of all Download, an App called Notisave (available on Play Store).Price: Free
- It will ask for Access to notification when you open it for the first time. Provide access to it.
- Remeber you can customize show and save options for each App. You can also set a Passcode to unlock Notisave.
- Now when someone sends you a message Notisave will save the notification as fast as it reaches to your phone.
- If the sender deletes messages from WhatsApp, you can always go back to Notisave App to see what was the message.
- I tried it on different phones and accounts and it worked in all the cases.
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