As soon as a user tap delete for anyone, the message receives deleted both from the sender’s and recipient’s end. But according to a Spanish Weblog, the whatsapp deleted messages are honestly still on the device, and may effortlessly be accessed via settings via the recipient.
So, regardless if the message has been deleted from the sender’s end, it is able to easily be accessed and examine. This will be further defined as a consequence:
“on every occasion a notification comes in to an android widget, it’s saved inside the notification log – whether or now not it is in the end deleted by the sender. Even as the bulk of the data in the log is technical information, the first 100 characters of the notification message is also recorded.”
So while users might not be able to see the message inside whatsapp after it’s deleted, they can still see it in the notification log – which can be accessed in two ways.
How to Access Deleted WhatsApp Messages
This trick currently works only on
Android 7.0. Firstly, users can create a home screen Settings widget:
- Press and hold home screen
- Press widgets icon
- Scroll down to Settings
- Drag and drop onto home screen
- Click on widget
- Scroll down and click on the notification log
- Click on the message you want to see