If these files were sent over WhatsApp, you might be pleased to learn that they might not be lost completely because according to WABetaInfo, Android users of WhatsApp will now be able to redownload delete files.
Earlier, a user could not download the filed if they were deleted from the phone. Instead, WhatsApp used to ask the user to ask the sender to resend.
WhatsApp for Android has introduced a new feature allowing users to re-download media files that were deleted from their devices.
The report further states that the version between the 2.18.106 and 2.18.110 updates has got the new feature, which will let you download deleted media from the servers.
WhatsApp's Payments feature is still stuck in the beta phase right now, with the brand constantly testing and adding new features to the platform. In the past, If any user accidentally deleted his Whatsapp media folder, it was not possible for him to retract those files again. But, it is important to note that the message is not deleted from WhatsApp otherwise it will be impossible to retrieve.
However, within the latest beta, it appears that images from several months ago will be available to re-download.
Bankers reportedly say that there are various security concerns that first need to be addressed before the integration, especially with regard to data of bank customers.
So, how does the new feature works? Additionally, WhatsApp fixed a timestamp issue found in the beta version 2.18.109. To confirm this, go to the app's settings to check for the version. Gadgets 360 has been able to verify the new feature is now available in the WhatsApp version 2.18.113 on Android.
Since the Request Money feature is still in the Beta phase, only those who are registered WhatsApp Beta users may test it.
The media files are still encrypted end-to-end, meaning only the sender and recipient are able to view what has been sent between them, with no third party intervention.
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