How To Change Font Style In WhatsApp Status, Permanently in iPhone – WhatsApp has offered to back up all your chats and media in case you change (or lose) your smartphone. This is automatically done once every few days/every week in most cases, but you can also make a manual backup if need be.
To manually back up your messages on iOS, open the WhatsApp Settings menu and tap Chats > Chat Backup and tap ‘Back Up Now’ (select ‘Include videos’ if not already checked too). The backup should begin shortly after. It’s slightly different for Android users – go to Settings > Chats > Chat Backup and tap ‘Back Up’ to create a backup via WhatsApp servers, or log in with your Google account and backup via Google Drive.
To restore chats directly from a backup for whatever reason, simply uninstall and reinstall WhatsApp. When you open the app after the reinstall, you should be prompted to restore your most recent backup.
Don’t worry. You can easily recover all your accidentally deleted messages even though you have not taken them from backup. Whatsapp keeps on taking the backup of your chat history regularly.
- First, go to the Settings of your device and head towards the installed apps.
- Tap on Whatsapp and then on Clear Data, after that, it will give you a warning message. Then tap on OK button to proceed.
- Now launch Whatsapp and it asks you to configure your account as you have deleted the complete data of your Whatsapp.
- You first enter the mobile number of yours, as soon as you have entered the mobile number, you’ll be prompted with a message that, “Backup Found”.
- Tap on restore and it will bring back you complete messages of yours. It’s done.
How To Change Font Style In WhatsApp Status, Permanently in iPhone
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