WhatsApp might let Android users log in from another handset

WhatsApp Working on new chat Sync Feature for Android and this Could Let Users Log in From Another Handset
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In recent months, WhatsApp has been experimenting a lot of new features. According to the most recent rumor, WhatsApp is developing a feature that would allow users to sync their chat histories across devices. The Facebook-owned messaging app has long been rumored to be working on multi-device functionality. Once the testing phase is complete, the feature will be formally made available to users.

The capability of the feature, which was discovered by a feature tracker on Android beta version, is anticipated to be expanded in a future release that improves WhatsApp’s multi-device features. The messaging service, which is owned by Meta, has not yet provided specifics on how the functionality will operate or an estimated launch date. Previously, the corporation was seen developing a “companion mode” that was anticipated to facilitate chat synchronization across devices.

Feature tracker WABetaInfo reported that WhatsApp has begun distributing the beta version upgrade for Android phones. The company may be working on a feature that would let users connect two smartphones so that their chat history is synced across devices, the publication learned from the update.

According to reports, the functionality is currently being worked on, and a future update of the Android app is expected to include its integration. According to the source, WhatsApp is trying to include the same system message as on WhatsApp Web, which informs users that messages are synchronizing between devices but may take some time.

The Web version of WhatsApp currently allows users of iOS and Android devices to connect their handsets with a laptop or computer. That will change with this new mode.

Currently, under development, this companion mode for Android is reportedly going to be added later on via an update to the Android app. According to reports, WhatsApp is attempting to add the same system message that is present on WhatsApp Web. If you’re not familiar with this system message, it’s the one that appears when you launch the program on your computer and says that messages are synchronizing between devices. This seems sensible given that the procedure does require some time.

When reregistering the companion device for the main account, users will reportedly see a full-screen prompt warning. Users are apparently logged out of the default WhatsApp account set up on the companion device when they attach a secondary phone with another registered account. This companion mode will be able to delete any locally saved messages and data, according to the report. This mode is presently being developed for Android-based smartphones.

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