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23rd December 2012, 06:55 PM |#11  
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I updated the step 4 in thread,

Verify your are connected over internet with BlueStacks wait sms code to your phone

You must setup whatsapp first in bluestacks and wait 3-digit code in your phone numbers (something the sms take time to get)
if do not work use call verification and save the 3-digit listened in the call! (please be patient something take more time to get sms or call)

I passed again your instructions and I connected to the Internet...
I just do not get the message
About an hour...
 
 
23rd December 2012, 07:15 PM |#12  
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I passed again your instructions and I connected to the Internet...
I just do not get the message
About an hour...

If you do not get sms you are doing something wrong or wait for use call method that work too!

Please make sure your phone number is typed on international format (no body had problem in get sms or call)
23rd December 2012, 07:17 PM |#13  
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AnonFBI many many thanks mate! It works like a charm!

Happy holidays!!!
23rd December 2012, 07:22 PM |#14  
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AnonFBI many many thanks mate! It works like a charm!

Happy holidays!!!

You wellcome, happy holidays to you too, i will update the links when i can posted
23rd December 2012, 08:29 PM |#15  
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Works amazing, thanks
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Works amazing, thanks

You welcome, remember say to your friends before this version get obsolete, we need whatsapp in our tablets lol!!
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24th December 2012, 09:05 AM |#17  
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Worked like a charm! Thanks so much
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Worked like a charm! Thanks so much

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24th December 2012, 04:01 PM |#19  
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You wellcome, happy holidays to you too, i will update the links when i can posted

One last question which I forgot to ask... Now that WhatsApp works, should I keep AppGuard installed on the tablet and Blue Stacks on the laptop or I can uninstall them? I have unchecked the auto-update function, so I guess it will work without any risks?
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I installed whats up using titanium back up from my phoen and installed the restore. Only thing bad about this is that sometimes you will get messages to either tablet or phone but not both at the same time
24th December 2012, 05:20 PM |#21  
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One last question which I forgot to ask... Now that WhatsApp works, should I keep AppGuard installed on the tablet and Blue Stacks on the laptop or I can uninstall them? I have unchecked the auto-update function, so I guess it will work without any risks?

I tested now, is secure, i uninstalled AppGuard from my tablet and i reboot, WhatsApp stay get messages and work.

Whatsapp in BlueStacks is not need it now, you can uninstall if you wanna, this is secure and better remove of bluestacks.

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