No doubt, WhatsApp is king when it comes to instant message application most smartphone like Google Nexus 7 Cellular users use in this mobile age that we are now. Far from just giving users that best experience they deserve while chatting with their family and friends using. New features are being rolled out to make the app even more amazing to use like voice/video call or group video call. So far, this has made app grown to over two billion monthly active users.
Usually, essential application like WhatsApp comes preinstalled on new Android smartphones like Google Nexus 7 Cellular along with other apps like Facebook etc except for devices that were announce WhatsApp won’t be rolling out update for.
If for any reason it starts malfunctioning (which rarely occurs) or was not added after a factory reset or firmware flashing then, you will need to get it back.
There are three ways to download and install WhatsApp on your Google Nexus 7 Cellular:
1. Before you consider doing anything else to get your WhatsApp fully installed on your Google Nexus 7 Cellular you need first of all logon to your Google account on Google Play Store. Next, type “WhatsApp” without double quote in the search bar to pop up list of related apps. Most times the application you are looking for will be among the first three displayed. Simply click install and wait few seconds or minutes for download and installation of WhatsApp to be successful.
2. This option is when you tried installing directly from Google Play Store and it isn’t working (because of your version of Google Play Services). Search for WhatsApp using a browser and download it from a secured website directly from your Google Nexus 7 Cellular. After that, you will have to allow unknown source installation before installing the app.
3. Finally, you get the app installed by asking a friend who have the version of WhatsApp that works on your Google Nexus 7 Cellular to send via Bluetooth.
After trying the above methods to get WhatsApp installed on your Google Nexus 7 Cellular and it wasn’t successful. Then, you might want to consider doing a hard or soft reset or follow our guide on how to flash Google Nexus 7 Cellular back to its factory state when you purchased it during which all the apps were functioning correctly.
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