May 28, 2023

Trick reveals how to use WhatsApp on two phones at the same time

a WhatsApp It is an instant messaging application available for smartphones and other devices. It allows users to send text, audio, picture, and video messages to others who have the app installed on their devices.

The app still cannot be used on two cell phones at the same time, however, there is a simple trick available in the Linked Devices function that can make this possible.

WhatsApp trick

For this to be possible, smartphones must have an Android operating system and one must have a screen with a resolution of more than 600 dpi (dpi, or “ppi”, in direct translation).

The idea here is that the system recognizes them as a tablet.

There is the ability to use the iPhone (iOS) as the main device and mobile phone android as a secondary. However, daily backup of messages and files can only be done on the main device.

Step by step to add Whatsapp on two devices

To get started, the first step is to access Developer Options on Android. Under Settings, go to the About Phone field and tap on Software Information.

Next, you need to click on Build Number to enable the configuration. The user also needs to set the DPI on the screen for the chart to work.

This can be done under the Settings field and then under System. You need to click on Developer Options and change the minimum width, leaving it at 600.

On the other device, install the WhatsApp application. Next, the app will ask for the QR code available on the main device.

Then, on the main device, open WhatsApp and tap on Settings. Next, click on Associated Devices and press Link Device to read the code displayed on the secondary device.

After synchronization, you need to change the display settings of the secondary phone.

Go to “Settings”, then “Developer Options” and “Minimum Width” to restore the original value, that is, to the appropriate dimension, which makes WhatsApp work as if it was on the “virtual” device.

This entire procedure will make the two devices work simultaneously.