WhatsApp recently released their new update that includes two new features. In the recent update, one of the features is Delete for Everyone and another one is Recover Account. Let’s talk about how to recover your blocked WhatsApp account in today’s article. How to Recover Your Blocked WhatsApp Account
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You can now recover your blocked WhatsApp account following these simple steps:
1. Go to the Settings tab in the app.
2. Tap on Account.
3. Select Privacy.
4. Find the Blocked Contacts option and tap on it.
5. You will see a list of numbers that you have blocked. Tap on the number that you want to unblock.
6. A pop-up will appear, asking if you are sure that you want to unblock the contact. Tap on Unblock.
7. The contact will now be unblocked and you will be able to message them again!
Just follow these steps
Reset your phone number and app
You can now recover your blocked WhatsApp account by resetting your phone number and app. To do this, go to Settings > Account > Change Number. Enter your new phone number and click Done. Then, go to WhatsApp > Menu Button > Settings > Chats > Chat History and select the conversation you want to restore. Finally, click Restore. If your chat history has been deleted from both the phone and the server, it will be restored from the server. If chat history is only on your phone or only on the server, restoring won’t work.
Log into your phone number’s Google account
To recover your blocked WhatsApp account, you’ll need to log into your phone number’s Google account. Once you’re logged in, go to the Security tab and scroll down to the Two-Step Verification section. In the Two-Step Verification section, you’ll see a list of all the apps that are registered with your Google account. Find WhatsApp in the list and click on the trash can icon next to it. This will unblock your WhatsApp account. If there is no option for two-step verification or if you have any other questions, contact the app developers. They should be able to help you find out how to recover your blocked account.
Delete your WhatsApp data, without reinstalling the app
If you’re looking to delete your WhatsApp data and start fresh, there’s now an easy way to do it without having to reinstall the app. Here’s how:
1. Open WhatsApp and go to Settings.
2. Tap Account > Delete my account.
3. Enter your phone number in the full international format and tap Delete my account.
4. Confirm your decision by tapping Delete my account again.
5. Once you’ve deleted your account, you can create a new one by following the on-screen instructions.
6. When prompted, enter your new phone number and tap Continue.
7. That’s it! You’ve successfully deleted your WhatsApp data and created a new account.
Log back into your Google account and install WhatsApp
If you’ve been blocked on WhatsApp, there is a way to recover your account and start using the messaging service again. Here’s what you need to do -Log back into your Google account and install WhatsApp.
-Open Settings > Security > Screen Lock > and choose None.
-Open WhatsApp from the Play Store or App Store and enter your phone number in order to verify it.
-Open Settings > Privacy > Read Receipts (make sure this is set to Everyone) and then turn off Broadcast Recents as well so that nobody can see when you last used WhatsApp for yourself.
-Reboot your phone by holding down power button until phone turns off completely, then turn it back on (doing this will remove all notifications of WhatsApp messages).
Check if your problem was solved!
If you were recently blocked on WhatsApp, you may be wondering how you can get your account back. Well, there’s good news! WhatsApp has a new feature that allows you to recover your blocked account. Here’s how it works go to the contact list in WhatsApp and scroll down until you see Recover your account. Click on this link and enter the email address and phone number linked with your account. Then just confirm by clicking Start recovery. Now, if the person who blocked you had set a password for their own WhatsApp account, then they will need to provide that before they unblock yours; otherwise all they need is their phone number linked with the account. In either case, after they unblock your profile they’ll receive an email from WhatsApp confirming that your request for recovery was successful.