WhatsApp Will Soon Allow Users To Move Their Conversation History To New Android Devices

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WABetaInfo has reported that in the next version of WhatsApp, users will be able to wirelessly share their WhatsApp conversations between two Android devices in their immediate vicinity. People will no longer need to back up their conversations to the cloud service Google Drive in order to move them from one device to another, according to this new functionality.

WhatsApp Beta versions and were discovered to include the new conversation transfer capability via a local network. The skill is simple to acquire. WhatsApp requires the smartphone’s camera to be opened so that a QR code may be scanned while importing conversations from another device. Now, on your second device, open WhatsApp, tap the gear icon, and choose “Export to another device.” This will show up a QR code. Now, all you have to do is scan the QR code with your new handset, and the two phones will automatically connect to each other across a local area network and begin exchanging data.

Transferring conversations will be considerably easier and quicker with WhatsApp’s new functionality, since data sent via a local network is often lot faster than data downloaded from a cloud service.

The new function is presently being worked on, and it may soon be made available for beta testing. The new function will be made available in the stable version of WhatsApp after WhatsApp has finished testing it. However, there has been no official word on when this feature would be available. Switching between the two most widely used smartphone platforms is now lot simpler thanks to WhatsApp’s year-old feature that lets users move their conversation backup from Android to iOS and vice versa.

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