Full list of phones that will be blocked by WhatsApp from November 2021 ▷ Nigeria news

More than 50 phones will not be able to use or download WhatsApp, a major social media platform owned by Facebook, as of November 2021.

According to a report from The Sun, the site claims that phasing out support for older iPhone and Android phone models may help secure the app.

It is one of the ways of the app to maintain security
Source: Facebook

However, the post revealed that phone users can update their Android and iOS versions to at least 4.1 to be able to enjoy the service, Daily Advent added.

A post from express.co.uk noted that these phones range from Samsung, Huawei and many more.

The phones that will be affected

Below is a full list of affected phones:

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1. Galaxy Trend Lite

2. Galaxy Trend II

3. Galaxy SII

4. Galaxy S3 mini

5. Galaxy Xcover 2

6. Core of the galaxy

7. Galaxy Ace 2

8. Lucid 2

9. Optimus F7

10. Optimus F5

11. Optimus L3 II Double

12. Optimus F5

13. Optimus L5

14. Best L5 II

15. Optimus L5 double

16. Best L3 II

17. Optimus L7

18. Optimus L7 II double

19. Best L7 II

20. Optimus F6, Adopt

21. Optimus L4 II dual

22. Optimus F3

23. Best L4 II

24. Best L2 II

25. Optimus Nitro HD

26. Optimus 4X HD

27. Optimus F3Q

28. ZTE V956

29. Grand X Quad V987

30. Big memo

31. Xperia Miró

32. Xperia Neo L

33. Xperia Arc S

34. Alcatel

35. Ascension G740

36. Ascension Companion

37. Ascension D Quad XL

38. Ascension D1 Quad XL

39. Ascension P1 S

40. Go up D2

41. Archos 53 Platinum

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42. HTC Desire 500

43. Caterpillar Cat B15

44. Wiko Cink Five

45. Wiko Darknight

46. ​​Lenovo A820

47. UMi X2

48. Run F1

49. THL W8

50. iPhone SE

51. iPhone 6S

52. iPhone 6S Plus

Reason for Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp crash finally revealed

Meanwhile, apologies have been pouring in since midnight Tuesday October 5 from Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, but what’s missing in the “sorry” notes is why? – why the downtime which took almost 8 hours to repair?

All three social media companies have avoided giving reasons for users’ inability to log into their platforms, offering the usual claim that the system has a “problem.”

This was not the first time that the three applications belonging to Mark Zuckerberg suffered an outage, as they suffered the same fate on March 19, 2021. The reason? – ‘Technical problem’.

Source: Legit.ng

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