Yesterday I was chatting with my ex who apparently chatted me up after ditching me some 8 months ago. But while I wasn’t so surprised by the fact that she was trying to reach out to me, our conversation soon became romantic and I could feel it but then she would delete something after she had sent it.
Asking her what it was, she’ll either tell me “it doesn’t matter” or “don’t worry about that.” that would make me a bit furious and more inquisitive though I wouldn’t want to show that to her by pestering her to telling me what she had said and why she had to delete those messages.
So I went online and try to find a way of bypassing deleted WhatsApp messages and here is what I found which I’ll be sharing with you.
How to read deleted WhatsApp messages
Actually this tutorial isn’t going to walk you through all those earlier deleted messages from your ex… Of course not.
But I’m talking about those messages that are deleted right after you learn this tutorial by simply following all the guidelines. They are simple actually so nothing really big is going on here but a simple hack. Without further ado, let’s get straight into it.
2. Grant Permissions to NotiSave: what’s happening here is that you grant all the necessary permissions to enable the application to be able to read and modify your notifications.
3. Launch NotiSave: The moment the application starts running, whatever message or notification that comes right through your phone will be saved on the application and those notifications includes those coming on to your WhatsApp for Android
4. Launch WhatsApp and chat: This time around, all your conversations are logged on to the NotiSave app since its just a log app that saves all notifications.
With all these said, when next you receive a message but gets deleted almost immediately, just head on to the application and then read through the log and you’ll find those messages right there.
That was how I knew my ex wanted me back but didn’t want to say it because she feels she shouldn’t be the one pursuing me but that’s that about how I read all deleted WhatsApp messages on my Android smartphone as simple as that.
Of course there will be some lags. Since this is like a hack… Though not entirely, the accuracy might not be 100%.
Take for instance, I send a message and was marked only ones then I deleted that message before arriving to the recipients which would usually show double marks as an indication of message delivery, you should know that such message hasn’t yet appeared on the recipient’s device and so it cannot be logged by NotiSave.
This translate to the fact that unless a notification arrives on the recipient’s device, it will not be logged or saved on the application.
But at least it works to some extent especially if the sender doesn’t delete the message before its received (i.e double marks)
But even if you’ve not seen the messages (i.e blue double marks) it will still be logged or saved on the NotiSave application because its been received though not read.
I hope that helps. If you have any other alternative way or want more clarification, don’t hesitate to ask using the comment box below. Thanks guys.