Download Cracked Whatsapp Plus For BlackBerry

Whatsapp plus is the new customizable instant messaging app for Android. It is different from the regular BlackBerry Whatsapp application in that it has more features compared to that on the BlackBerry App World. It is more like a reinforement of the regular Whatsapp application. This app comes with exciting new features like ability to hide your online status and “last seen” time stamp, ability to customize the app environment using various colorful themes, ability to send longer videos and larger files, among others.

This guide will show you how to run the Whatsapp plus for android on a BlackBerry phone and also show you how to transfer your whatsapp chat history from Android to BlackBerry.

To download and install whatsapp plus on your BlackBerry device, simply follow the steps below:

1. Using your PC, download the WhatsApp application from the Google Play Store and install it in your Blackberry mobile phone.

2. Once installed, chat with any of your contacts for about 3 to 5 minutes.

3. Now, do a backup of your whatsapp data and chat history (remember the location where the backup data is stored in your
Blackberry device).

4. Download cracked WhatsApp
Plus v5.12D apk file from here Whatsapp Plus Cracked v5.12D Hide Last Seen.apk.

5. Uninstall the regular WhatsApp in the BlackBerry device and install the newly downloaded WhatsApp PLUS v5.12D but don’t open/run it.

6. Copy the back up file you stored and paste into the WhatsApp Plus v5.12D folder using file manager.

7. Now run the Cracked WhatsApp Plus v5.12D

As soon as you type in your number, you would be notified that a saved backup has been found.
Choose Restore and you are done.

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