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Besides the six major platforms that WhatsApp is compatible with and which have been included on the official website, from where the users are able to download the latest updates, this application is also supported by a few Samsung and Nokia devices that run on java. Unfortunately, the users don’t benefit from the voice calling feature, but there are other features that are making this application worth installing.

WhatsApp for java is limited in features, allowing the users to chat with their friends for free, as long as they are connected to the internet and have plenty Mb included in their data plan, also, they can share videos and photos, but the latest emoji characters that are supported by the Android version have low chances to reach the java version.

You will need to search on the internet for the WhatsApp for java mobile devices, so when you find the jad and jar files on a trusted website, copy them to Apps & Games folder on the memory card and open the folder where you save them and press and hold the WhatsApp icon, then select Options, Update version, and if you haven’t installed the latest version, then you will be asked if you want to replace it, so you will choose Yes. Now, you will wait until the application will install the latest update and you will start chatting with your friends. Also, before that, you will need to register using your phone number, because this is the only way to activate your account. Unfortunately, one year later, you will start paying an annual fee of 0.99 dollars, to continue using the application.

The compatible java smartphones on which you can install WhatsApp are Nokia C3-00; C3-01; X2-01; X3-02; X2-00; Nokia Asha: 201; 205 Chat Edition; 206 Single Sim; 208; 210; 300; 301; 302; 303; 305; 306; 308; 309; 310; 311; 515; 500; 501; 502; 503; 230; Samsung BADA etc.