WhatsApp It has become a more complete application with each update it presents, since now calls and video calls are also encrypted, you have the possibility of sending single-view photos, it allows you to change the language of the settings, etc., it has undoubtedly much improved in the last three years, since previously it was a simple platform where you could only send text messages with emojis, multimedia files and post statuses.
Now, according to information released by the technology portal wabetainfo, it was learned that the application belonging to Meta added a text scanner, which will help you copy the words or complete phrases that are printed or painted anywhere, such as: an advertising poster, the page of a book, newspaper , among other objects. Do you want to know how to use the aforementioned tool? from Depor we will explain it immediately.
The guide to scan and copy the texts of a book or image with WhatsApp?
- First, download WhatsApp Beta For users with iOS 16, don’t worry, we’ll tell you how to do it later.
- Now, open the application and enter a personal chat (which you use as a notepad of preference).
- Click on the camera icon located in the lower right corner.
- The next step is to take a photo of any object that contains text, such as a book page.
- Touch the “send” key so that you can then expand the photo. You can also send yourself a picture from the gallery.
- There are two ways to scan and copy texts: first, by clicking on the words and dragging; and second, by clicking on the icon located in the lower right corner (Detect text).
- Artificial intelligence will highlight the words or phrases in a lighter color, click on one and the “Copy” or “Select all” buttons will be enabled.
- Finally, paste the text wherever you want.
How to be a WhatsApp beta tester on iOS?
- The first thing you should do is download TestFlight on the App Store.
- When you have installed it, simply open this link to apply for a position in WhatsApp Beta for iPhone
- You should now be redirected back to TestFlight.
- Press Accept to get the position and it will not take long for WhatsApp beta to be installed on your cell phone.
- It should be noted that on iPhone the participants of the WhatsApp beta are a little more limited.
- Remember that every time you enter the WhatsApp beta, it may take a while for the latest version to download.
This happens with your WhatsApp account if you remove the SIM card from your cell phone
- Remember that WhatsApp It is an application that works with internet connection.
- It is true that WhatsApp asks you for a cell phone number to create an account, but if you receive a phone call you will not respond through the application.
- It only asks you for the number to verify that it belongs to you, it is a very important security filter, how does it know this? Because the app sends you a “verification code” via SMS text message, this is required for you to create an account.
- After this, the app will never use your number again, unless you change your smartphone.
- If you remove the SIM card you will be able to chat normally, as long as you have internet access, however, if you use the mobile data of your contracted plan, then when you remove the chip you will no longer be able to chat, make or receive calls and video calls .
- Nor will it allow you to link your account in the WhatsApp Web or Desktop versions, and if they were open they will close automatically because they depend on the mobile (something that will change soon with the “Multi-device” mode).
- It is recommended not to remove the chip or block it if you lose it, since this way cybercriminals would have access to all your account information.
Why can’t you send messages on WhatsApp?
- They changed number: when one of your contacts changes their phone number, either because they stopped using the old one or left the country, the messages you send will appear next to a gray check and will never arrive because there is no account associated with that cell phone number.
- you have been blocked: In the same way, a gray dove will only appear when you want to send a message to someone who has blocked you, however, if both belong to the same WhatsApp group, you will know that that person has read what you shared, even if you disabled the tick function.
- No Internet access: if you are not connected to a Wi-Fi network or your mobile data is turned off, when you chat with your contacts, the messages you send will not be shared, and instead of one or two doves, you will see a charging clock icon This happens when you don’t have an internet connection.
- whatsapp is down: the same case occurs when the messaging platform has crashed globally, nobody here will be able to share messages, the only solution is to wait for the Meta servers to work normally again, this can take minutes and hours in some situations .
- The device has no signal: Another reason to take into account is that on certain occasions mobile devices do not reach the expected signal or it is very weak, this will clearly depend on your location. Calls and video calls may also be affected.