How to enter WhatsApp Web with just your mobile number

Unfortunately, it is not possible to enter WhatsApp Web with your mobile number, however, what you can do to get around this situation is to use an Android emulator on the PC; So, you can log into WhatsApp on PC using your number without much trouble.

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So, check out how to download an Android emulator (in this case we will use BlueStacks) and how to enter WhatsApp on PC with just your cell phone number. But before proceeding, you need to be aware of a few factors:

  • This procedure to enter WhatsApp on PC works in the same way as on mobile. As you can only use the messenger on one device at a time, if you log in again, you will lose access to the mobile app;
  • You need to have a device with the chip of the registered number in hand to receive the access code to the platform;
  • If you haven’t done so, back up your WhatsApp conversations so you don’t lose any important content.

Now that you are aware of the pros and cons of accessing WhatsApp (Android | iOS | Web) on PC using an emulator, check out the complete walkthrough below!

  1. Download BlueStacks on your PC and run it;
  2. Click on “Install Now” and wait for the initial adjustments to be completed;
  3. Open the Play Store app, log in with your Google account, decide if you want to keep the account in sync, agree to the terms and choose whether to back up your data to Google Drive;
  4. Back on the Play Store, search for WhatsApp and install it using the emulator;
  5. Configure the messenger as if you were using it on your cell phone. Enter your number, receive the activation code on your cell phone, enter it in the indicated field, download the backup of your conversations and you will be able to use the platform normally.
  6. Use WhatsApp on the PC emulator as normal, but remember that you will lose access to the mobile messenger.

Although it is not yet possible to enter WhatsApp Web with just the mobile number in an official way, now you can get around the situation using an Android emulator on the PC.

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