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Default [Q] Whatsapp messages reader

i have my old whatsapp msgstore.db.crypt files.

how can i retrieve the message from the file?

Also if there is no software for it then buying new phone and installing the

whatsapp will retrieve chat?
 
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i have my old whatsapp msgstore.db.crypt files.

how can i retrieve the message from the file?

Also if there is no software for it then buying new phone and installing the

whatsapp will retrieve chat?
Maybe installing whatsapp on a new phone and connecting it to your old phone number should work. If a backup is present on SDCARD/Whatsapp/databases, then you should be asked in the last step of the install procedure if you want to restore the old messages in the backup.

Currently, there is no way to decrypt the db.crypt files without using Whatsapp itself. However if you already have whatsapp installed, you can extract the stored messages in plaintext and show them on the PC using the
[TOOL] Whatsapp Database Analyzer / Messages Extractor / Chat-Backup
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=24800293
 
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i can decrypt your chats, contact me on whatsupdecrypter@azet.sk
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