WhatsApp could delete your account without notice, you should avoid certain actions

Despite the fact that WhatsApp  is free to download and has a large number of functions, it is important to know that your account could be temporarily or permanently deactivated if you perform certain actions.

Updated version of WhatsApp

First it is important to know what version of WhatsApp you have on your phone, for this you only need to follow a few simple steps:

  • Press the button that is in the upper right part with three points
  • Go to Settings and then select the ‘Help’ option
  • Once you are in Help, press the ‘Info. of the application’ and you will see what version you have.

Whatsapp plus

WhatsApp has an unofficial version, which is called  WhatsApp Plus  and which is characterized by having unique functions such as sending unlimited photos, creating groups with a large number of people (more than conventional chats), adding themes to customize the app, hide statuses and more.

The problem that some Whatsapp Plus users have been facing is that the latest WhatsApp updates have restricted the use of unofficial versions.

What cell phones will run out of WhatsApp from November 2021?

As of November 1, if your device has an operating system Android OS 4.0.4 or earlier versions, WhatsApp will stop working on the following models:

  1. samsung
  2. Galaxy Trend Lite
  3. Galaxy Core
  4. galaxy ace 2
  5. Galaxy SII
  6. Alcatel
  7. OneTouch Evo 7
  8. sony
  9. Xperia Miro
  10. Sony Xperia Neo L
  11. Xperia ArcS
  12. Huawei
  13. Ascend D Quad XL
  14. Ascend D1 Quad XL
  15. Ascend P1S
  16. LG
  17. Optimus L5
  18. Optimus 4XHD
  19. Optimus L7
  20. NitroHD
  21. For iPhone, the models with iOS 9 or earlier that will stop working are:
  22. iPhone 6S
  23. iPhone 6S Plus
  24. iPhone SE

Temporary suspensions on WhatsApp

The temporary suspension means that WhatsApp will not allow you to use your account but for some time, if you committed a not-so-serious infraction, so depending on the ‘seriousness’ it will show you a counter on the screen with the time in which you do not you can use the app .

Among the reasons why your account could be temporarily suspended are using unofficial versions of WhatsApp  as well as an account sending too many messages to recipients who do not have it scheduled or if a user is blocked by too many people in a certain period of time reports Claro Brand.

Now, the permanent suspension means that you will no longer be able to use WhatsApp at least with that number. If you do receive it, this message will appear: “Your phone number is not authorized to use our service. Contact support for help.”

One of the most common permanent suspensions is given to those who carry out massive or automated actions, as well as to users who have registered their account to carry out “suspicious actions”, or, if they have persisted in an unofficial WhatsApp application, after the temporary suspension.

Likewise, if you have already been temporarily blocked several times, this can lead to a permanent suspension.

GB WhatsApp

GB WhatsApp is a ‘clone’ application of WhatsApp that works in the same way but only for Android users . Despite the fact that it has more functions than the original WhatsApp, it is important to know that there is no guarantee that there are security criteria for using the software, since they do not have an official license, so you will not be able to find it on Google Play and its use could cause that your WhatsApp account is suspended.

How to uninstall WhatsApp?

To uninstall Whatsapp you just need to follow a few simple steps: just go to Settings> Applications> WhatsApp> Uninstall.

How to unlock a WhatsApp account that has been suspended?

It is important to note that to unlock a suspended WhatsApp account, it can only be done if it was temporary and for that, all you have to do is wait for the time indicated by the application to be able to use the app again, however, in the event that If you have an unofficial version of WhatsApp, it is important to uninstall it so as not to be permanently suspended.