Back in August, Google carried out the ability to transfer past WhatsApp messages from iPhones to Samsung Galaxy gadgets. This ability to move your WhatsApp history is presently coming to Pixel and any remaining Android 12 phones.
The Android group noticed how “certain types of data were impossible to bring across when switching from an iPhone.” Google says it “worked closely” with the Facebook-owned messaging app to “make it easier to switch from iPhone to Android and take your WhatsApp history with you.”
All you need is a USB-C to Lightning cable to begin. Just interface your phones, and when incited while setting up your new Android gadget, scan a QR code on your iPhone to launch WhatsApp and move every one of your discussions, media and more over to your new gadget.
On the other hand, you can visit WhatsApp for iOS > Settings > Chats > Move Chats to Android. This incorporates text conversations, photos, and voice messages, with the two organizations taking consideration to “automatically make sure you don’t receive new messages on the old device while the transfer is in progress.”
This capability first launched on Samsung phones running Android 10 and fresher. WhatsApp chat history moves are currently accessible on all Pixel gadgets and “will become available on new smartphones that launch with Android 12.” The new OS likewise allows you to more readily transfer data from iOS. This incorporates automatically matching and installing similar iOS applications from Google Play.