There are two ways for whatsapp backup.
The Watsapp has given its users the convenience that they can remove it from your mobile phone even after sending a message.
But is that really the same? The truth is that despite sending a message from the sender you can access this message.
According To Expert:
Technology experts say the feature for ‘Delete for Avery’ is not so reliable as it is being told by trusted Watsapp. According to experts, these messages exist only in the user’s device and can also be accessed through settings. Users of Android 7.0 can do this, but it is not clear whether it is possible for iOS users either.
According to Report:
whenever a notification comes from the Watsapp, it is stored in ‘Notification log’, even if the sender delays itself on their own. Although most of the data contained in this log contain technical information, but the first 100 characters of the notification message are also stored in it. So even though you can not see any messaging inside the Watsapp after the delivery, it can still be seen in the notification log.
Android users can choose the following methods:
Make a Home Screen Settings widget first. For this, put a finger for some time on the home screen, then click on the widget. Go to the settings below and bring it to the Home screen. Now click on the widget and click on the notification log from the given list. Click the message you want to see.
Second method for whatsapp backup
Otherwise you can download the app’s notification history that provides all your notification listings available. It already shows a 100-letter message.