WhatsApp Android beta fixes the mysterious timestamp bug

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But now WhatsApp is testing a new feature on its beta app for Android that will let you re-download deleted photos, videos, GIFs, voice messages, documents.

WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging application in the world.

As per the report from WABetaInfo, the feature was introduced in WhatsApp's updates between version 2.18.106 and 2.18.110. Currently, this feature is only available for Android users and not for the iOS users. But now the messaging app enables you to download such files as well. The new feature lets users download deleted media files, WABetaInfo, a fan website that tracks upcoming WhatsApp features has reported. WhatsApp assures that with end-to-end encryption in place the data transferred between two users, who are on the latest versions of WhatsApp, are secured by unique secure code that only the two users can access.

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An earlier report from the same source had claimed that WhatsApp's latest beta version 2.18.109 was affected by the "mysterious bug" that replaced timestamps with ASCI codes.

Earlier, when users deleted media files stored on the WhatsApp folder of their devices, they were no longer able to download those files again. However, the app does not let download media files that are too old, instead, it asks to send a request to the sender to it again.

The new "Change Number" feature update is now available in the 2.18.97 Android beta update on Google Play Store.

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WhatsApp reportedly appears all set to change its "delete for all" feature again. For instance, Yesterday became "89ESTERDAY" and Today became "84ODAY".

Previously, when users deleted specific files sent over WhatsApp by going to the specific folder on the gallery, they were not able to download it anymore. Moreover, Whatsapp fixed a timestamp issue found in the beta version 2.18.109.

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