- When you uninstall the app from your phone.
- No account is deleted so any.
- Messages that you send or receive will return when you reinstall Whats App.
- If you’re using Android.
- Open Settings Applications Whats App and hit the Disable App option.
Open the Whats App app and select ‘Account’. Select “Delete account.” After that, go to your phone’s settings under Android Apps > All Apps. Select Whats App and press the three-dot menu button. Select “Force Stop.” Then turn off ‘Background data’ (found in the Data section) before finally revoking all Whats App app permissions.
Visit the phone’s settings. Select data options from the menu. Disable background data and remove all permissions for Whats App from the data options.
Delete your Whats App account. Go to the Settings menu Account and then Delete My Account. Enter your phone number in full international format and pick the Erase My Account option. Choose a reason for closing the account.
Go to Settings More options Account Delete my account. Fill in your phone number using the full international format and then hit the DELETE MY ACCOUNT button. In the drop down, choose a reason for why you’re deleting your account. Select DELETE MY ACCOUNT from the menu on the left.
Even if you remove Whats App, neither will be harmed. This implies that when you reinstall Whats App, your account and privacy settings will remain the same. Similarly, the previously banned phone numbers will continue to appear in the block list.