How To Read Deleted WhatsApp Message Without Root

Now you can read deleted WhatsApp Messages on your phone. We all know that in 2017, WhatsApp introduced many features. One of them was the delete sent message option. Within 7 minutes of sending a message, you can delete it. But still, one can read the text message that seems to have been deleted. Most of you may think we need root access to the device to read deleted WhatsApp Messages. But there is no need for that. We can do it by using a third-party application called Notification History.  WhatsApp already mentions how the delete message mechanism works. The messages follow end-to-end encryption.  The messages are deleted from the server end after the sender deletes them.

Below, we have provided the official Play Store download link for the Notification History. We have also mentioned how you can try reading/retrieving a deleted WhatsApp Message. With Notification History, you can sort and group your messages. It lets you know about pop-ups, records messages, etc.

WhatsApp is a super popular cross-platform messaging service. It is an Android application that allows the exchange of text messages, voice calls, video calls, images, etc. Its developer is WhatsApp Inc., based in Mountain View, California. WhatsApp was acquired by Facebook in February 2014. By February 2018, WhatsApp had a user base of over 1.5 billion worldwide. Most recently, WhatsApp rolled out the WhatsApp Payments Feature Version.

How To Read Deleted WhatsApp Message

It might be a bug or glitch, as WhatsApp says a message is gone forever once a user deletes it. Well, that is not the case. It also might vary from version to version of WhatsApp. To read deleted WhatsApp Messages, download the mentioned Notification history.

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Steps To Read Deleted WhatsApp Message

Step-1 Open WhatsApp on your device

Step-2 If a contact sent you a message and he deleted it immediately(within 7 minutes)

Step-3 Go to Notification history App.

Step-4 in the log you will see the message with its content.

Step-5 It will be followed by another auto-log entry that mentions the message has been deleted.

Step-6 You can Copy the message to clipboard

Step-7 Paste it into a text editor to view the quoted message.


  • If you restart your phone, then the entire log entry will be erased.

So, that’s it. You may try this out. Let us know if it works for you or not.

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