Did one of your friends block you on WhatsApp? What did you do? Well, whatever it was, we’ll show you how to unblock yourself from somebody else’s WhatsApp account without notifying them. In order to unblock yourself, you’re going to have to know for a fact that you’re even blocked to begin with. So how exactly do you check to find that?
First of all, go through your contacts list and check to see whether your various contacts’ “profile pictures”, “last seen”, or “whatsapp status” data are actually, in fact, visible to your or not. If you find that they’re not, then, congratulations, you’ve been blocked.
A second way to check is by sending a text message to that particular account. If it shows only one checkmark sign, meaning that the particular message at hand has been sent but it’s not actually delivered, then there’s a possibility that you might’ve been blocked.
So what are the necessary steps for unblocking yourself from somebody else’s WhatsApp account? First, you’ll obviously have to open WhatsApp, but you totally knew that. Next, go to “Settings”, go to “Account”, and then click on “Delete My Account”. You’ll be able to run it again later.
Now, enter your phone number as you’ve used to register with WhatsApp, and then delete your account. At this point, you’ll have to uninstall WhatsApp messenger from your phone (or whatever device you’re using). Once you’ve fully uninstalled WhatsApp, restart your phone (or, again, whatever device you’re using). Access the Google Play Store and then reinstall WhatsApp.
The app will then ask you to enter the necessary details in order to restart with it, and you’ll be using your own phone number that you were using before.
And that’s it! Congrats! You have now unblocked yourself from somebody’s WhatsApp account without notifying them in any way.