Thursday, March 5, 2015

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 My friend got a new Nexus 7 tablet and have been spending the last night while transferring books,music,app and everything else over to it.However ,one of the apps he use the most,Whatsapp,was little trickier for us to get then others. By default WhatsApp isn’t compatible with tablets, but there are work arounds that you can do to make it work and while some involve some complex stuff (such as rooting your device), I found one method that works relatively good. Other than downloading another app and installing an .apk file yourself, this one is pretty straightforward. 

  • Download the WhatsApp .apk from the  WhatsApp website. In order to do this and to not be redirected straight to the Google Play Store, either use Chrome or Firefox as your browser and then request the Desktop site. From there, click on the Android download and the .apk file will be downloaded to your tablet.

  • Ensure that you’re able to install Unknown Sources. To check if you are, go to Settings > Security > Unknown Sources. This will allow .apks that aren’t downloaded directly from Google Play to be installed on your devices. ALWAYS make sure you know what you’re downloading and installing.
  • Install TextPlus to your tablet (or a comparable app that is available in your region). This will allow you to get SMS messages on your tablet which will be required to authorize your tablet to use WhatsApp.
  • Send out a text message to your own phone (or a friends) from TextPlus to get your devices number. Alternatively. You can head to Settings > Contact Info and find out the number for yourself.

  • Install the WhatsApp .apk.
  • Follow the instructions. When it asks for a number to authorize the application, enter in your TextPlus number. While it won’t authenticate automatically, you will receive a text message with a code that you can use to authorize the app.

  • Once authorized, set-up your WhatsApp account as per normal.
  • Yo!! Whats app on your tablet!

There are different methods of getting around using a WhatsApp on your tablet, but most involve having a rooted tablet and rooted Android phone. I found that this one was simple, worked quite easily on  Nexus 7, and allowed us to get one of my favourite apps.

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