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The WhatsApp for Android has added some new features and bug fixes in its latest updates. Earlier, it is fixing a timestamp issue found in the WhatsApp beta version 2.18.109. Now, the messaging app has introduced a new feature that lets the users download deleted media files.
Previously, when the users deleted specific files sent over to WhatsApp by going to the particular folder on the smartphone, they were not able to download it anymore. But now the Facebook-owned messaging app enables you to download such files as well. Separately, a WhatsApp beta for Android update (v2.18.111) reportedly added the vCard indexing feature.
As per a WABeta Info report, WhatsApp now allows users to download deleted media, such as images, videos, GIFs, voice messages, and documents, from its servers again. The report says that the feature was introducing in WhatsApp’s recent updates between version 2.18.106 and 2.18.110.
Gadgets 360 was able to verify the new feature is currently available in the WhatsApp version 2.18.113 on Android. However, the app does not seem to let us download media files that are too old, instead, asking us to send a request to the sender to address the media again.
Interestingly, the new WhatsApp feature also means that the app stores users’ media on its servers even after the files have downloaded, the report says. Earlier, WhatsApp stored ‘downloaded’ media files for 30 days, and when a user downloaded them, the app used to delete it from the server.
However, now, WhatsApp does not seem to delete the data from the server, and that enables users to download it again if it is accidentally deleting.
It is worth noting that if you delete a media file from the folder in your smartphone, you need to have the message where the sender sent you the specific data, to be able to download it again.
This information comes amid criticism over data abuse by Facebook. However, WhatsApp had recently informed its users that their data and communications are securing with end-to-end encryption and nobody in between can read messages and listen to calls – not even WhatsApp itself.
Getting to the vCard indexing feature spotting in WhatsApp beta (v2.18.111) for Android, now, if an unknown user sends you a message, and someone has already sent you a contact card (vCard) for this unknown sender earlier.
You will receive an alert in the anonymous user’s chat asking if you want to view the original vCard to save it. You can discard it if you prefer. We were not able to spot the feature, though WABetaInfo is reporting its existence.
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