If you are owning a dual SIM phone, ones like Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21 Plus/Ultra, you must already be familiar with the amazing experience such phones can provide you with. But even after such benefits, there are still some mobile applications out there that do not really recognize the number of benefits of the dual SIM use case, one of these apps is Whatsapp. Previously, it wasn’t traditionally possible to use two Whatsapp accounts on a single Smartphone, but in today’s time with people’s needs increasing day by day for having multiple accounts in every social media network, many smartphones now include built-in features such as app cloning. It proves to be very useful as many people like to keep their professional and personal life separate and now, they can easily access the two instances of the single device on their device.
Several Smartphone manufacturers (like Samsung Galaxy S21 &S21 Plus/Ultra) in the present scenario, has natively inherited their devices with the solution of this Whatsapp non-duality problem as they let people free to use two accounts with the same messaging app. The compatibility of this duality will depend on the phone’s brand, model, and even the software version. But if you are the owner of Samsung Galaxy S21 &S21 Plus/Ultra, then you are totally free to access the dual Whatsapp, Messenger method. This method is known as native app cloning. With this method, your notifications of the messages will be given to you separately, and the device will automatically identify the secondary account with a clasp. Now before going into the below-provided information regarding this method, make sure that you have the Whatsapp application pre-installed on your device and properly running already on the phone.
How to enable it:
So if you have a Samsung phone with One UI, you may have probably noticed that when you installed the Whatsapp, it asked you whether you wanted you to use a secondary Whatsapp account, well if you denied that request, no worries because it’s really simple to enable again the second copy of the Whatsapp.
All you have to do is that just go to your phone’s settings -> advanced features -> then onto the Dual Messenger.
Now you will have access to clone your selected apps as per your choice, which will be displayed on your home screen with a bit of a small badge in it so that the user can tell them apart. Samsung Galaxy S21 &S21 Plus/Ultra’s implementation is properly completed, as now you can use a completely separate contact list for your cloned app, which seems to be a convenience as it would avoid the chances of texting someone from the wrong account.