Originally Posted by 1337phillip
How did you enable USB debugging
Go to Settings > About phone > Spam the middle button on Build number > it will then say You are 5... 4.... etc steps away from being a developer, keep pressing it until it says You are now a developer! > Press the return button and you should see Developer Options on the settings page, open Developer Options. > Enable developer options with the toggle switch on the top > Scroll down till you find USB debugging > click the check box and click OK.
There ya go, mate!
(btw this is my first forum post ever lol)
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Originally Posted by Taah3r0
Hi did you find a workaround for that. I would like to buy a mobiwire sakari. Something I maybe would try is to rename other apks to e.g. "whatsapp_4.5.6..." I'm not sure if this phone supports what's app updates?
Hey mate, heres how I got whatsapp on my Vodafone NZ Mobiwire Sakari:
Download the apk of WhatsApp from somewhere (just google 'whatsapp apk', sorry mate, im not allowed to post links yet XD)
Enable USB debugging on the phone (look at the reply I left to 1337philip down below to see how)
Copy the downloaded apk to the phone (internal storage or sd card, anyone you choose ¯\_(ツ)_/¯)
Go to file manager on the phone and go to the location where you saved the apk and click it and follow the install process
When done click 'Open' and walla!
WhatsApp on your phone! (it should also be on the home screen)
Glad to be a help, mate