Whatsapp uses the toast notification feature in Windows Phone.
It uses less battery by receiving a push notification from the Server to show a notification in your phone when you app is not running at all.
As an workaround in this case you can only disable this buzz by disabling the "all other notifications" in "ringtones+sounds".
With the Windows ...
From the Windows Phone WhatsApp app, you can only send messages, pictures from the pictures hub, audio notes and videos you have taken from the WhatsApp app. There is no option to send a song (and I'm not sure if you can receive one unless its recorded using the audio note option in the app).
Having said that, to access any file (picture, audio or video) ...
WhatsApp has been temporarily pulled from the Store (starting the evening of May 17, 2014). A new, improved version has been published on the store on the 31st of May.
I've read that WhatsApp is still available for WP 7.x devices, but can't confirm this myself.
This is not the first time WhatsApp has been temporarily pulled from the store.
With the Windows Phone O.S. 8.1 is possible to disable such kind of notification. Follow this steps:
Go to Settings
Find the app you want to change the way notifications work
Just change the "Notification sound" to "none". Optionally you can disable the banner too in the checkbox you will find just above. You can go wver further and ...
Its an option in WhatsApp settings which lets you send msgs when you hit Enter button in keyboard.
Hit three dots in bottom right corner of screen in whatsapp.
In the menu select Settings.
Choose Chats and Calls in the settings options.
Turn Off Enter Sends a message.
Hope this helps.
What you're referring to is a restricted partner API. And I don't think it's currently available to WhatsApp.
You could request that WhatsApp implement contact tiles, so you can pin contact tiles that open directly in WhatsApp.
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Make sure the time and date on your Windows Phone are correct. If they are not, you will be unable to purchase or download apps.
To change the time and date, look in Settings > Date+Time. You may need to turn off the "Set date and time automatically" option to set the time/date manually.
You could delete all messages in a conversation or messages for set time periods by going to info in the app bar menu for a conversation and then clear chat history in the app bar menu of the info page.
Other than that it appears that selecting more than one message for deletion is currently not possible.
You cannot restore chat history from any other phone type to Windows Phone, or from Windows Phone to another phone type. Read more at WhatsApp Official Website: http://www.whatsapp.com/faq/en/wp/28060005
Click on the very edge of a particular message. This, selects that message and brings up the checklist for other messages as well.
This is the same way as we are used to selecting the messages and mails in their respective applications.
Even if u delete the file from the storage(phone/sd card) the application will have the record of the file stored (as Cache memory), it'll be in blurred state. Best option delete the media through the application.
From the app select the messages - Images, music, videos, and delete them.
Or you an clear the chat history - which will delete all chat ...
It's pretty much a RAM usage issue. I once got that problem on my 520, which has 512 MB of RAM, just as your 630.
So, restart your phone, open WhatsApp, leave it for at least 30 seconds, let the messages be up to date, then start using. Using WhatsApp immediately after opening it causes it to crash sometimes.
Update : The second method was found helpful by the author, so try it first.
You can share your video using the following steps
Method 1 : From inside whatsapp
Click on the attach icon.
Select documents in the list.
Now the "Choose an app screen will appear".
Choose Files app.
Browse to the folder and select the video file.
Method 2 : From ...
This means that if you are currently using WhatsApp on a Windows Phone 7, you will be able to continue to use WhatsApp on that phone during this period.
However, as part of this process, after July 1st, 2016 it will not be possible to create a WhatsApp account on a Windows Phone 7 nor move a WhatsApp account to a Windows Phone 7.
It means that only ...
According to this WhatsApp FAQ article, they will no longer support the app on Windows Phone 8.0. WP 8.1, however, appears to still be supported, per this quote from the same article (emphasis mine):
... we recommend upgrading to a newer OS version, or to a newer Android running OS 4.0+, iPhone running iOS 7+, or Windows Phone 8.1+ so that you can ...
After update 356 of whatsapp, the pictures get saved to Other Pictures folder in Photos. I was wondering why the pictures weren't automatically getting saved to the Whatsapp folder like my old files. On closer inspection, they were just being saved to a different folder. I do not know how to change this setting. But at least there is a backup.
This backup is stored somewhere in the phone's internal memory. You can restore a backup through the WhatsApp application if your phone isn't damaged. Additionally, you can email chats to create a safe backup, but you cannot use it to restore your chats on your phone.
Please replace the <your number> and <country code> tags and put it on your browser. If this gives a bad message / error please contact your internet service provider.
https://v.whatsapp.net/v2/exist?in=<your number>&cc=<country code>
Go to Settings --> Swipe right and choose background tasks --> Block Whatsapp from running in the background --> Once u exit the application, it will be enabled and say goodbye to Toast Notifications!! :D Glad to be of help
Just watched over this link, WhatsApp team made it pretty clear that you cannot delete your backed up messages on device. But there is a workaround.
From application bar, go to >> settings >> chat settings >> backup
Tap back up, a local copy will be saved in your phone storage.
Uninstall and reinstall WhatsApp from the store.
While you open the ...
Couple of things to try before you reinstall whatsapp.
Check Battery Saver and verify Whatsapp is Allowed to run in background.
Restarting the phone once to see if it solves the problem.
If not, try reinstalling Whatsapp once. Dont forget to take a backup of messages in Whatsapp -> settings
Unfortunately there is no Windows Phone settings menu to delete the cache of 3rd party apps. You could try to delete individual (voice) messages, but of course that might be a lot of work.
The easiest way at the moment would be a reinstall.
Also, you should consider contacting WhatsApp directly about this issue - for them it should be easy to offer a ...
WhatsApp have confirmed that this feature is "in the works" for Windows Phone, although no ETA has been given.
WhatsApp Calling for your platform is still in the works. Unfortunately, we cannot comment on any future release timelines but we appreciate your interest in WhatsApp Calling.
Update: Calling functionality is now availably in the ...
If your personal video appears in the Gallery(called as Photos in Windows 8.1 Update), then you can share your videos through WhatsApp. Just go to your chat screen click on the attachment icon, select video button and then choose the video to be shared form Photos(Gallery).
Alternatively, follow the following step if the video is not visible at Photos(...