Hello Guys, I hope you are enjoying our Tricks, Today in this Post I am gonna Share Some Useful information for everybody regarding Whatsapp. Whatsapp is banning accounts who are using Gb Whatsapp or Whatsap+ so Uninstall them Asap read the complete news below.
WhatsApp has begun to inform users that the use of modified clients can cause a temporary ban on the account. On Android, specifically, you can install modified apps, such as GB WhatsApp and WhatsApp Plus, which allow you to add new features and customization possibilities not yet introduced on the official client. For example, some of these have the Auto-reply mode, allow you to save stories locally, download or install new visual themes, and much more. The practice, however, is no longer supported (and endured) by the development team.
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The company has in fact published a new note on the official website in which it explains that the accounts of users who use unsupported clients can be “temporarily suspended“. The company also explains what to do in case of ban: “If you received an in-app message advising you that your account is temporarily suspended, this means that you are probably using an unsupported version of WhatsApp instead of the official client. If so, you need to download the official app to continue using WhatsApp “. We must, however, wait for the duration of the ban to continue using its services.
How to switch to the official WhatsApp app
You might need to back up your chat history before moving to the official WhatsApp app. The name of the unsupported app you’re using determines whether you need to transfer your chat history. Locate the name of the app by tapping More Options > Settings > Help > App info. Follow the steps below based on the name of the app: WhatsApp Plus or GB WhatsApp.
If you’re using an app other than WhatsApp Plus or GB WhatsApp, we recommend saving your chat history before downloading the official WhatsApp app.
We recommend following the steps below to save and transfer your chat history. Failure to follow these steps could result in lost chat history. Please note that we can’t guarantee this will be a successful chat history transfer because WhatsApp doesn’t support unofficial apps.
- Wait for your temporary ban to end. The timer will show you the length of the ban.
- In GB WhatsApp, tap More options > Chats > Back up chats.
- Go to Phone Settings > tap Storage > Files.
- Find the folder GB WhatsApp and tap and hold to select it.
- In the upper right corner tap More > Rename and rename the folder to “WhatsApp”.
- Navigate to the Play Store and download the official WhatsApp app. If you can’t access the Play Store, download the app here.
- In WhatsApp, verify your phone number.
- On the Backup found screen, tap Restore > Next.
- WhatsApp should load with your existing chats.
- Navigate to the Play Store and download the WhatsApp app. If you can’t access the Play Store, download the app here.
- Verify your phone number.
“WhatsApp does not support this type of third-party app because the team cannot validate their security practices,” he continues, advising them to back up conversations before returning to the official client from a fake app. With WhatsApp Plus the procedure is essentially automatic: just backup with the modified app and then download the official WhatsApp client on Google Play Store. In this case, the conversation history will also appear on the standard WhatsApp variant.
With GB WhatsApp the situation is a bit more complex if you are suspended from the service: you must first wait for the end of the ban, with the timer shown in the warning message. Once the ban is over, to export the history you need to go from the app to More options, then Chats and then Back up chats, and then rename the GB WhatsApp folder of the terminal to WhatsApp . At this point, it is necessary to install the official WhatsApp client and restore the conversation history, with the latter having to return without problems to the client’s chat list.