WhatsApp will quit working on some Samsung phones by the end of the year
WhatsApp is dropping help for older mobile OS versions, including Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich, implying that few Samsung Galaxy cell phones will presently don’t be viable with WhatsApp. Support will be dropped starting November 1.
WhatsApp will apparently stop functioning with Android and Galaxy cell phones running Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0.4) or older versions of Android OS.
Is your Samsung phone on the list?
Fortunately, there aren’t numerous Galaxy cell phones forgot about there that actually run Ice Cream Sandwich or older versions. Indeed, even the original Galaxy Note got updated to Android Jelly Bean numerous years prior, so on the off chance that you’re actually shaking the first S Pen leader, you’ll in any case have the option to utilize WhatsApp, for some time longer.
Galaxy cell phone proprietors among us who might be influenced by this information and will not supplant their phones by November 1 can presently don’t utilize the WhatsApp mobile application. Regardless of whether you use WhatsApp Web on your PC, you’d still need the phone version to use the browser-based version.
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich was released almost ten years prior, in October 2011. Most Samsung clients have upgraded their cell phones at least once since, however on the off chance that you consider yourself as a part of the individuals who haven’t, we’d love to find out with regards to your involvement with recent years.