WhatsApp did not support many devices before this season, it requires that your phone is unlocked and always connected to the network, even if you use a network client to send messages.
Although it is no longer required, the app allows you to send messages from multiple mobile devices. If you’ve been hearing about the limitations of “partner” devices over the past few months, there are finally signs that WhatsApp will be receiving more real support.
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According to the WABetaInfo, “Multi-Device 2.0” is under construction. Although you can try it yourself, it has a built-in beta version. With this upgrade, you will be able to unlock the client from another mobile device without any problems.
As per the screenshot below, WhatsApp uses the same initial screen displayed on the web and desktop applications to download your messages to the new device.
According to the report, you do not need to connect your main phone to the network. The app downloads all content directly from its servers, keeping messages encrypted while syncing your inbox.
Unfortunately, WABetaInfo cannot confirm whether it is designed for smartphones or whether the company will limit it to tablets. Although there is no evidence that WhatsApp will not request this update, the company may still want to limit its update count to its users.