Today’s most of Android smartphones enable dual-SIM, enabling customers to utilise two separate phone numbers on a single handset. One smartphone with two phone numbers increases the likelihood that you’ll want to run two instances of WhatsApp for each number.
Businesses like Xiaomi, Samsung, Vivo, Oppo, Huawei, and Honour now provide ‘Dual Apps’ or ‘Dual Mode’ features, which let users operate two individual accounts of the same chat app.
To use two WhatsApp accounts, you do not need to carry two cellphones. Who knows how? This is a ready-to-use manual.
Let’s begin by discussing the name and location that each manufacturer uses for this feature:
- Samsung: Dual Messenger
Settings > Advance features > Dual Messenger
- Xiaomi (MIUI): Dual apps
Settings > Dual Apps
- Oppo: Clone Apps
Settings > Clone Apps
- Vivo: App clone
Settings > App clone
- Asus: Twin apps
Settings > Twin apps
- Huawei and Honor: App Twin
Settings> App Twin
- On our smartphone, select the dual apps setting.
- Choose the application you want to copy (in this case, choose WhatsApp).
- Await the procedure’ conclusion.
- Go to the home screen now, and then tap the second WhatsApp logo that appears in your app launcher.
- Configure using another phone number and get going.
Please be aware that some smartphones, including Android One and’stock’ Android models, lack the dual app feature. On the Google Play Store, there are a number of apps for this, including Parallel, Dual App Wizard, DoubleApp, and more. To run two accounts of the same Chat app on their phones, users only need to download these apps.