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How To Retract Whatsapp Messages At Anytime Even After A Week


The whatsapp retract  feature is indeed a wonderful feature. The
introduction of the amazing feature has made whatsapp messaging more
safe and of course fun. With the retract feature you can delete any sent
message within 7minutes of sending the messages. This however, is the
relatively the only “but” to the amazingness of the lit feature.

What
if you discovered there’s a message need to be deleted after a while
you sent them due to some errors or confidentialities but you can’t
because the 7minutes of retract has expired? No cause for alarm!
Syodesk.com is at your rescue! Yes we’re bringing you this lit tutorial
on How to retract your whatsapp messages at ANYTIME!

It sure
feels great to inform you guys that there’s a way you can beat the
short span of retracting messages. With these steps, you can retract
your whatsapp messages at any time no matter how old:

1. Go to the the message(s) you wish to delete:

Here, you need to check the time you sent the message you wish to retract.

As you can see this message was sent 11:09am, today

2. After studying the time you sent the message(s), simply draw down your notification bar and activate flight mode.

3. Go to your settings>Apps>Whatsapp and click and “force stop” your whatsapp

 

4.
Navigate to date and time settings and change your time and date. If
the message you want to retract is on that day, simply change the time
alone. Draw back the time to some minutes more than the the time you
sent the message(s) you want to retract. For instance, if the message
you wan to retract was sent 10:00am, simply change the time to anything
from 10:00am to 10:05am and make sure it’s not 7minutes more than the
time you sent the message(s).

 

Note:

You need to put off your automatic date and time in order to be able to change the time and date
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5. Go to your whatsapp and retract your message(s) without hindrance. Shikenna!

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