Transferring your WhatsApp conversation from iOS to Android can be a daunting task because of the complexity of relocating the data from one operating system to another. Someone who has switched their phones from iOS to Android can relate that even after spending hours trying to transfer their WhatsApp data they couldn’t do it.
The reason for this is Android backs up your WhatsApp in Google Drive on the other hand Apple uses iCloud. But, WhatsApp now has a cure for this problem, with its next update where you can convert iOS to Android app.
An independent portal that looks for hints related to the upcoming updates for WhatsApp, called WABetainfo expressed that now it’ll be easy to transfer data from iOS to Android with a screenshot on his page.
iOS to Android Possible To relocate your data, you need to make sure that both devices have the latest updated version of WhatsApp.The process of converting an iOS to an Android app and transferring your data is not that easy, it has its own complexities.
A few people who have tried the updated feature of WhatsApp claim that the procedure of transferring your WhatsApp conversation from iOS to Android is complex. WhatsApp has now upped its game as all its rivals Signal, Telegram and others are already providing their users with this feature.
As we already know, users cannot operate WhatsApp calls on their PC or tablet but its new wireless relocation of chats feature from iOS to Android can be a sign of WhatsApp’s new project on its iPad version, which will allow users to go back and forth between their smartphones, Tablets, PC, etc.
You may also know that this feature will only transfer your personal messages and not other chats or payment details.
Also, your transferred data will not go to cloud storage. This is everything you should know about the new WhatsApp feature. For such interesting updates keep yourself hooked to our Tech Updates.
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