Jakarta – WhatsApp will no longer support multiple versions of Android and iOS, meaning users can no longer use messaging services on their phones.
On the Facebook Service FAQ page, it is written that users who do not meet the minimum operating system version requirements will no longer be able to create a new account or recheck an existing account from February 1, 2020.
The operating system version in question is all Android phones running Android OS 2.3.7, also known as Gingerbread, and iPhones with iOS 8 and earlier, as mentioned. detikINET of Livemint, Tuesday (10/1/2019).
"We recommend that you upgrade (the mobile operating system) to a newer version," wrote WhatsApp on its support page.
"We do not explicitly prohibit the use of devices that have been unlocked or unlocked. However, modifications such as these may affect the functionality of your device, so we cannot provide support for devices using the modified iPhone operating system," added WhatsApp.
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