Searching for how to use one WhatsApp number or account on two different devices including phones, tablets, desktops, etc. Well, you’ve come to the right place then. Here, we’ll guide you on “How To Use Same WhatsApp account on two different devices”. It’ll be an easy method to be honest. All you’ll be needing is the WhatsApp Web. If you don’t know how that works, we’ll guide you through the entire process. So without any delays let’s get started.
Before we begin the process, let me clear that you need to have a WhatsApp account obviously. The whole procedure is quick and easy and works on many different mobile platforms (Android, iPhone, Windows Phone, etc). A quick note before moving on to the guide. The “trick” works both on smartphones and tablets of any kind.
When you actually make a WhatsApp account on any phone, you’re prompted to sign up using a single phone number. And that’s what keeps any user to not to use same WhatsApp account on another device. Anyways, there’s no official way to do it so we’ll take the help of WhatsApp Web here.
Step 1: Update your WhatsApp app to the latest version available on your first device.
Step 2: On the Second Phone – on which you want to use your WhatsApp account, open Google Chrome (or any other browser).
Step 3: Type in www.web.whatsapp.com in the address bar and tap on ‘Go’. You will be redirected to www.whatsapp.com. Don’t worry.
Step 4: Tap on the three dots located at the top right corner and select the “Request Desktop Site” from the menu.
Step 5: Now, the browser will redirect you to web.whatsapp.com and you will see a QR code on the page.
Step 6: Take your first device and open WhatsApp on it. Once opened, click on the menu option with three dots on the top right and select “WhatsApp Web” option.
Step 7: Now it’ll ask you to scan the QR code. Take your first device and scan the QR code on the second phone.
Tada! You can now use the same WhatsApp account on both smartphones. It isn’t a hard trick to do but very useful in some situations. Maybe spying over someone LOL. We would never recommend you to do that anyways. So that was it for this tutorial and if you have any questions, write down in the comments below.