How to chat on WhatsApp without using Internet

Users can converse using this WhatsApp function even if the internet is not available.

Users may now interact on WhatsApp even if the internet is down thanks to a new feature that was just announced! WhatsApp has expanded dramatically since its debut in November 2009. Nearly 2 billion people utilize the instant messaging service globally. WhatsApp releases frequent upgrades and new features like audio and video conversations, messages that vanish, and vanishing messages in an effort to prevent users from moving to competing apps. As a result, users of the instant messaging software can benefit from additional new features.

On January 5, WhatsApp made a feature available that enables users to send and receive messages even when the internet is down.

‘Proxy support for WhatsApp’ is a feature that allows you to connect to WhatsApp using servers set up by individuals and organizations around the world that are committed to promoting free speech. The business said that even though this function would allow users to connect without any limitations, it upholds WhatsApp’s degree of security and the messages will still be end-to-end encrypted. WhatsApp unveiled this feature in a blog post. Therefore, the communications you have with another person are private.

How to chat on WhatsApp without using Internet

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WhatsApp said in the blog,” Our wish for 2023 is that these internet shutdowns never occur. Disruptions like we’ve seen in Iran for months on end deny people’s human rights and cut people off from receiving urgent help. Though in case these shutdowns continue, we hope this solution helps people wherever there is a need for secure and reliable communication.”

A server with open ports 80, 443 or 5222 and a domain name pointing to the server’s IP address can be used by users to set up the proxy. Both the comprehensive documentation and the source code are available on GitHub.

How to connect to WhatsApp proxy

Step 1: Go to WhatsApp Settings.

Step 2: Tap on Storage, then data and tap on Use Proxy.

Step 3: Enter the proxy address and Save to connect.

Step 4: A check mark will be displayed if the connection is sucessful

Step 5: If you are still unable to send or receive WhatsApp messages using a proxy, that proxy may have been blocked. Try again using a different proxy address.

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