WhatsApp is changing its 'delete for all' feature again

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As WABetaInfo reports, with the introduction of the new feature, it is possible for users to retrieve old media content again even if it has been deleted from their phone.

We have all been through this.

WhatsApp on Android will let users re-download old media messages, including videos and images that might have been deleted from the user's mobile storage.

If you're on the latest WhatsApp version (as specified above), you can start using the "WhatsApp Payment" after accepting the WhatsApp's terms and conditions.

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Just a couple of days after WhatsApp beta for Android was spotted replacing timestamps with ASCII codes, the development team has released a new beta version that fixes the odd issue. Recently WhatsApp had confirmed that the user's data and communications are secured with end-to-end encryption and nobody in between can read messages and listen to calls, not even WhatsApp. The new feature is now limited to Android version 2.18.113 and is expected to be rolled out to iOS users as well. Previously, when users deleted specific files sent over WhatsApp by going to the specific folder on the smartphone, they were not able to download it any more. The app will also check if the file is available in the 'sdcard/WhatsApp/' directory before downloading the file. The report said that the feature has been added between the 2.18.106 and 2.18.110 updates in WhatsApp. WhatsApp released the first beta version 2.18.109 on April 12. The twitter user @FidatoCA first spotted this feature.

In a related development, WhatsApp is testing a new feature which would allow users to customize the shape and size of the WhatsApp icon on the home screen. Due to a mysterious bug, the timestamp on the chat window of users is appearing with numbers.

As per the reports, the timestamps for the chats on the WhatsApp for Android was showing as "89ESTERDAY" and "84ODAY" instead of Yesterday and Today.

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