'WhatsApp' will not work on these smartphones from Nov 1, company's big announcement – News Track English

WhatsApp will reportedly stop working on some smartphones from November 1. Facebook, the parenting company of the messaging app, announced last month to end WhatsApp services from select devices. The reason for terminating services on these smartphones is that WhatsApp will no longer support old versions of Android and iOS to ensure that the app’s security and users’ privacy are maintained. According to WhatsApp, users with smartphones that support Android OS 4.1 and iOS 10 and subsequent versions will run without any problem. However, those using smartphones with old operating systems are all set to run out of access to WhatsApp.

WhatsApp users can also go to the WhatsApp FAQ section to check the list of operating systems that are not able to run WhatsApp from November 1, 2021. These operating systems include Android 4.0.3, iOS 9 and KaiOS 2.5.0. Some smartphones include Samsung, LG, ZTE, Huawei, Sony, Alcatel and other devices. If you’re not aware of which Android version is running on your smartphone, you can go to smartphone settings. You can check the Android version in the Settings section.

Complete list of smartphones on which WhatsApp will stop working from November 1:-


iPhone 6S

iPhone 6S Plus

Apple iPhone SE


Samsung Galaxy Trend Lite

Galaxy SII

Galaxy Trend II

Galaxy S3 mini

Galaxy core

Galaxy Xcover 2

Galaxy ace 2


LG Lucid 2

Optimus L5 double

Optimus L4 II Double

Optimus F3Q

Optimus f7

Optimus f5

Optimus L3 II Double

Optimus f5

Optimus L5

Optimus L5 II

Optimus L3 II

Optimus L7

Optimus L7 II Double

Optimus L7 II

Optimus f6

Optimus f3

Optimus L4 II

Optimus L2 II

Optimus Nitro HD and 4X HD


ZTE Grand S Flex

Grand X Quad V987

ZTE V956

Big memo


Huawei Ascend G740

Ascend D Quad XL

Mate Ascension

Go up P1 S

Go up D2

Ascension D1 Quad XL

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