Officially you can only install a WhatsApp application and use an account by phone, but there are methods to use two accounts of WhatsApp at the same time in the same phone, with third-party applications or with pre-installed utilities.
Today we will see how you can have two WhatsApp in the same Android taking advantage of the functionality included in some phones (for example, Samsung) and through free applications available in Google Play.
Does your mobile feature duplicate apps?
With the boom of mobile phones with several SIM support, Android manufacturers have had to get down to work to make sure you can take advantage of these two SIMs that presumably have two different phone numbers. And with two phone numbers, you probably want to use two different accounts in the messaging applications.
Dual messaging – or duplication of applications – is not currently a standard function of Android, so it depends on whether the mobile manufacturer wants to include it or not. In fact, the same manufacturer as Samsung includes it in some phones yes and in others no.
This function of creating clones of an application to use more than one account in Samsung is called Dual Messaging, in OnePlus it is called Parallel Apps, in Huawei mobile phones it is called App Twin and in Xiaomi phones it is called Clone Apps, to name a few.
It would be impossible to explain the operation of all these different methods of different brands, but if your phone already includes the factory function I recommend you use that instead of a third-party application. We will use as a base for the implementation of Samsung, Dual Messaging, which should be similar to the rest. If you have any doubts, consult the manual of use of your phone.
In a Samsung phone with Dual Messaging, the process is quite simple. First, you must open the Settings application from the application drawer or the desktop if you have configured the mobile to show all the applications there.
The Dual Messaging configuration is partially hidden in the mobile settings. You should do some vertical scrolling in the list until you find Advanced functions. Tap on it to go to the next step.
Here you must find and touch on Dual messaging. If this option does not appear on your Samsung mobile phone, you may not have it included. Try using the options search in the upper right corner, in case you were in another submenu, but if it does not appear you should use the following method, with a Google Play application.
In the section on Dual Messaging, all you have to do is activate the function for the messaging applications that interest you: in our case, WhatsApp. The list shows the compatible applications that you have installed at that moment.
Before activating the function you must accept an exemption of responsibility. Basically says that the function can stop working at any time if the person responsible for the messaging application so requests in the future. Press Confirm
After the first confirmation comes the second. This time you must confirm that you want to install another copy of WhatsApp, which will be the one you can use with another account. This new copy will have a different icon so you can differentiate them. Press Install.
Said and done, you will have a new WhatsApp on your mobile, with a small logo superimposed on its lower right corner. This copy of WhatsApp works totally independent of the original, so you can set up a different WhatsApp account, linked to another phone number.
If it does not come from the factory, use Parallel Space
If your phone does not include the function to duplicate an application so you can have two instances of WhatsApp, in Google Play there are a good number of applications that can help you like App Cloner or Parallel Space, to name just a few. We recommend Parallel Space for having better compatibility. You can download it from
Parallel Spaces literally creates a “parallel space” where you can install applications without interfering with those outside. In this way, you can install a copy of WhatsApp inside, having another copy of WhatsApp installed outside. The first time you open the application creates the space itself, in a process that lasts less than a minute. When finished, press Start.
The next step is to choose which applications you want to install in that parallel space. Parallel Spaces preselects a few applications, but if you are only interested in WhatsApp, it is best to select only WhatsApp and deselect the rest, to improve performance. Press Add in Parallel Space.
Congratulations! You already have your copy of WhatsApp installed. Tap the icon to open it and you’ll see that you can sign up with another account and use another WhatsApp on the same phone. You will need, as always, to verify your phone number by SMS or with a call before starting to use your other WhatsApp.
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