Facebook owned WhatsApp has as of late rolled another new feature that enables the clients to deleted media files. To be more clear, WhatsApp will let android clients re-download old pictures and videos that may have been erased from the client’s mobile stockpiling.
The main condition is that the message, which had the media attachment ought not have been erased by the sender, generally the download won’t conceivable. Before the update, clients couldn’t recover erased records or download them.
WABetaInfo said that the deleted media files extend from images, videos, GIFs and even voice messages. The report said that the feature has been included between the 2.18.106 and 2.18.110 updates in WhatsApp.
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“Recently, WhatsApp has modified this behavior: when a media is successfully downloaded, WhatsApp doesn’t delete it from the server, allowing the users to download it again if the file was accidentally deleted in the path where WhatsApp saves media”, said WABetaInfo.
Before, WhatsApp used to store ‘undownloaded’ media files for one month and when a client downloaded the information, the application erased it from the server. Be that as it may, WhatsApp now won’t erase the information from the server and will enable clients to re-download it on the off chance that it has been erased inadvertently.
WABetaInfo found that they could recoup files erased two months back. The report likewise includes that every one of the media records saved on the server accompany end-to-end encryption, so there’s nothing to stress over. WhatsApp guarantees that with end-to-end encryption set up the information exchanged between two clients, who are on the most recent version of WhatsApp, are secured by novel secure code that lone the two clients can get to.
The organization has revealed this new redesign for Android up until this point however it is relied upon to be propelled for iOS soon. Remember downloaded media messages implies videos, photos, etc on which the client clicked and these were downloaded on the application, and therefore spared to the smartphone stockpiling.