WhatsApp will soon allow you to transfer your chats from Android to iOS, but it'll require another app - SoyaCincau

Transferring WhatsApp chats from iOS to Samsung or Pixel phones has been available for months, but they are now finally working on Android to iOS transfers.

23/1/2022 5:43:00 PM

Transferring WhatsApp chats from iOS to Samsung or Pixel phones has been available for months, but they are now finally working on Android to iOS transfers.

Transferring WhatsApp chats from iOS to Samsung or Pixel phones has been available for months, but they are now finally working on Android to iOS transfers.

by the head of WhatsApp Will Cathcart for months.Thanks to these screenshots from WABetaInfo, we can finally see what the feature will look like. The app will ask for your permission to restore your chats and warns you that the import cannot be done later if you skip the step. Once you start the transfer, the app will ask you to keep your phone unlocked and the app open.

It’s reported that the chat history transfer will require using the‘Move to iOS’app. This is an app that Apple put on the Google Play store that allows users to transfer their data over from Android to a new iOS device. Knowing this, we can assume that transferring your chat history can only be done with an iOS device that has been reset.

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teased by the head of WhatsApp Will Cathcart for months. Thanks to these screenshots from WABetaInfo, we can finally see what the feature will look like. The app will ask for your permission to restore your chats and warns you that the import cannot be done later if you skip the step. Once you start the transfer, the app will ask you to keep your phone unlocked and the app open. It’s reported that the chat history transfer will require using the ‘Move to iOS’ app. This is an app that Apple put on the Google Play store that allows users to transfer their data over from Android to a new iOS device. Knowing this, we can assume that transferring your chat history can only be done with an iOS device that has been reset. Even though it requires another app to work, this feature will be extremely useful for new Apple users migrating from Android. Currently, the only way to transfer your WhatsApp chat history from Android to iOS is through third-party services like Dr. Fone. Even though these could work, I still recommend using a native feature, especially when dealing with important files. The feature is not available right now, but it will hopefully be released to the public soon. [