Today uses of Android smartphones are getting increased and many people are connected to the internet with the friend, family, and their Relatives. Now a day’s most of the Smartphones are two or Dual Sim device, It means now peoples need more than one or two things whichever it is like Facebook Account, Dual Whatsapp Number or other Multiple Account of any Whichever we are using our daily life.
If you are using dual sim phone, then you've ever wondered how to install two WhatsApp accounts on one phone, there are a few different ways to do this, and some phone-makers are offering this as a built-in feature.
In other cases, you'll have to resort to third-party apps instead, but it's actually pretty easy to run two WhatsApp accounts on one Android phone. WhatsApp uses the phone number as your identity and detects this via an SMS or call, so it has to be a phone with two SIM cards
Many Chinese manufacturers allow you to create clones of apps, which can then be used with a dual-SIM setup. For example, on Honor's EMUI skin, the feature is called App Twin. On Xiaomi phones it's called Dual Apps. Vivo calls it App Clone, while Oppo calls it Clone App.
If you have an Oppo, Xiaomi, Honor:
If you have one of these phones, then the steps you need to follow are incredibly simple, and they're also very similar across all three manufacturers. In all three cases, you'll start by installing WhatsApp on your phone via Google Play. After that, you can clone the app in the phone's settings.
Setting up Dual WhatsApp
Setting up your second WhatsApp account is extremely simple, just like setting up the first one. In case you've got any doubts though, here are the detailed steps:
Now, you have to verify your phone number. This is the crucial part - remember, it has to be the second SIM phone number if you type your primary number you're just shifting WhatsApp access from one app to the next.
Once you've typed in your number, tap Next, then confirm the number by tapping on OK. WhatsApp will then send a verification code to check the number, which it will auto-read if you've granted permissions.
Otherwise, just type in the verification number, and you're good to go. In case you don't get the SMS, you can also tap the Call button on-screen to get a verification phone call.
What if my phone doesn't support app cloning?
If your phone doesn't support app cloning, there's still a couple of ways to go ahead and install a second copy of WhatsApp. You'll still need a dual-SIM phone, in order to send and receive messages from two accounts. There are a few popular apps, best is an app called Parallel Space.
As the name suggests, this app creates a parallel "space" where you can install apps, which allows you to clone different apps. Here are the steps to using this app:
That's it, you can use WhatsApp and other apps by accessing them through the Parallel Space app. The app is free but ad-supported, although ads can be removed with a subscription available as an in-app purchase; it's Rs. 30 per month, Rs. 50 for three months, Rs. 80 for six, and Rs. 150 for a lifetime subscription. Once again, this can also be used for apps like Facebook.