2 WhatsApp accounts in one phone: How to use dual WhatsApp on the same Android smartphone

2 WhatsApp accounts in one phone: How to use dual WhatsApp on the same Android smartphone

Over the course of the last few years, WhatsApp has become one of the most loved messaging services in the world. With over a billion active users, the platform is loved by many across the globe. And understandably so! After all, the app brings with it unrivaled features and promise of end-to-end encryption of messages.


These features make WhatsApp so appealing that many users even handle more than one accounts of WhatsApp running over multiple phones. This is usually to help users keep their work and personal life separate on WhatsApp. However, it’s not the most convenient thing always. So what do you do if you have to run two different WhatsApp accounts on a single device?

Well, there can be various reasons why you’d need to run dual WhatsApp accounts, but whatever your reason is if you are looking for a guide on ‘how to use two WhatsApp accounts on one smartphone’, here is everything you will ever need to know.

How to use Dual WhatsApp

If you are looking to use dual WhatsApp accounts, there are several Android smartphones which come with a feature known as App cloning or App twin. Most of these smartphones are from Chinese brands along with some new smartphones from Samsung and LG. This is the feature you need to use dual WhatsApp on your phone or any other app. Apart from this, you also need either a dual SIM phone with two working connections or at least a second phone connection to receive a login text from.

Once you have all this in place, here’s what you need to do to enable dual WhatsApp on your phone.

Step 1: Install WhatsApp from Google Play Store and then register your number.

Step 2: If you already have a WhatsApp account running on your phone, skip step 1 and go to your phone’s setting.

Step 3: Navigate to Dual App/Clone app/App Twin and tap on it.

Step 4: You will now see a list of apps that can be cloned, tap on the WhatsApp option and then select install

Step 5: Set up the second WhatsApp account and open the secondary app.

Step 6: Now tap on Agree and Continue while also allowing WhatsApp to access your files as well as contacts.

Step 7: Now, you will be asked to register your contact number. Just remember to add your secondary number and then, you will be able to run dual WhatsApp accounts on one smartphone.

What if you don’t have Dual App on your phone?

For users who don’t have Dual App/Clone app/App Twin on their phones, they can also download a third-party app called Parallel Space from Google Play store in order to use two WhatsApp accounts on the same smartphone.


Source:- timesnownews