WhatsApp to stop working on these phones from March 31.

When it comes to messaging apps, WhatsApp is the most popular one. It has billions of people who use it every day from all over the world. 

In most cases, the messaging app is compatible with most smartphones today.

 However, the platform is sometimes unusable because the companies don’t want to use the old software versions that they used to.

Until March 31, any phone with any Android, iOS, or KaiOS version won’t be able to use the messaging app.

How do we know which versions of Android and iOS will no longer work with WhatsApp after this date? WhatsApp has answered this question on its FAQ page so that we can see it for ourselves.

Some phones won’t be able to use WhatsApp from March 31

Android Phones: If your phone doesn’t have Android 4.1 or higher, WhatsApp won’t work on your phone at all. You’ll need a phone number or an SMS number to ensure your account is real.

Apple is now selling iOS 15, which works with iPhones three to four years old. It’ll be possible for people who have iPhones that run iOS 10 or later to use WhatsApp on their phones and tablets. Not to use iPhones that have been “jailbroken.”

Whatsapp needs KaiOS version 2.5 or higher if your phone runs the KaiOS platform. It is possible to use JioPhone, and JioPhone 2 is one of them.

On Meta’s official list, Xiaomi, Samsung, LG, and Motorola are some of the brands on there. This is a list of the phones that no longer have the WhatsApp app.


There are two versions of the LG Enact: one with Optimus L4 II Dual and one with Optimus L4 II. There are also two versions of the LG Optimus F7: one with Optimus L3 II Dual and one with LG Optimus F5.


 Motorola Droid Razr 


Xiaomi HongMi, Mi2a, Mi2s, Redmi Note 4G, and HongMi 1s 


Huawei Ascend D, Quad XL. Huawei Ascend D1, Quad XL, and the Ascend P1 S 


Samsung’s Galaxy Trend Lite, Galaxy S3 mini, Galaxy Xcover 2, and Galaxy Core 

WhatsApp makes these changes regularly to make sure that its app is always up to date with new technology. 

WhatsApp also removes older Android or iOS versions that are no longer supported from the list. This is how it works.

WhatsApp keeps adding new features for people who have the most recent Android and iOS. People who have the beta version can try out new things.