Since its launch, the WhatsApp messaging app has become everyone’s favorite way of keeping in touch with their family and friends. WhatsApp also provides you with the feature to make voice calls and video calls over the internet without charging you for it. Additionally, you could also upload your pictures and moments in the form of WhatsApp status.
Currently, WhatsApp Messenger is always for a number of mobile platforms such as Android, iPhones, Java phones and more. Before proceeding to see how to install WhatsApp Messenger on Java devices, first we should take a look at what Java Software is and how it is used in Mobile devices.
Java Software for Mobiles
Object Oriented Programming language forms the base for Java to be extensively used as a platform on Mobile devices. Using this OOP language, a new platform named Java Micro Edition or Java ME was formed which was being installed on PDA’s, mobile devices and more. This Java ME Code has been provided with a GNU General Public License which means that anyone could use the software to study, share, modify or use for commercial purposes.
Installing WhatsApp Messenger on Java Phones
In the present environment, it is very easy to download and install WhatsApp app and updates for Android and iOS mobile devices. It is because their app repository contains the latest version of WhatsApp at all times. But, presently such feature is not readily available for Java Mobile Phones.
Installation of WhatsApp on Java mobiles phones might differ in each devices depending upon the device but the basic installation process would nearly remain the same in each case. Currently, you can find Java OS used by companies such as LG, Nokia and Samsung to create devices. All you need to do is to search and download the specific WhatsApp jar file compatible for your device.
Follow these steps to install WhatsApp messenger on your device:
1. Download the specific Jar file compatible with your mobile phone.
2. Once you are able to see the WhatsApp icon copied to your device, turn off the phone.
3. Now, restart the device and head over to the Apps folder on your mobile phone.
4. Select the WhatsApp icon and begin the installation process of the app.
5. When the app is completely installed, restart your device once again and you will find that the WhatsApp messenger app is installed on your device.
All the steps mentioned above can be used to download and install WhatsApp messenger app on Samsung Bada Phones, PhoneKy, Java Mobile9 Phones, and Nokia Asha devices.
The Last Words
Once you have installed WhatsApp on your device, open the app and agree to the terms and conditions to proceed further. Select the country to which you belong to and enter your mobile number. Enter the verification code you will receive on your registered number and once verification is complete you would be able to use WhatsApp on your Java Mobile phones.