Based on my experience, if you send a message under no interent connectivity (a clock sign appears), it shouldn't go to the Whatsapp's servers, and if you use "delete it for everyone" the message whould immediately get deleted. But what happens is if you now turn your net later on, the message is sent to the Whatsapp's servers despite the user already had it deleted using the aforesaid delete option.

How do I change this behavior so that an unsent deleted message during no internet connectivity never gets sent to anyone?

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  • Hello Vishal. I agree with @AndrewT. that the question as it was written was not clear. I would have gone and closed it too along the same lines. However, since you are adamant that you actually wrote your post as a question I made an assumption and edited it to clarify the issue. Please review the edited post and let me know if this is what you wanted. If this is not, I might have to close it too, because we can't solve that which we can't understand from a simple reading. :( – Firelord Dec 12 '19 at 13:48
  • Also, it is best if you mention which whatsapp version you are using and is it the official app or an unofficial/modded whatsapp app? – Firelord Dec 12 '19 at 13:50

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