Are you a Xiaomi user who has recently switched to a new phone and found your WhatsApp account banned for no apparent reason? If so, you are not alone. Many Xiaomi/Poco/Redmi/Mi owners have reported this issue, which affects WhatsApp, WhatsApp Beta, WhatsApp Business, and even the Dual Profile version.
According to WhatsApp Support Staff, the account ban is due to suspicious activities and violations, but many users claim they have not done anything wrong. Even after getting their accounts unbanned, some users face the same problem again after a few hours.
This is a frustrating situation, but don’t worry. In this guide, we will show you how to fix the WhatsApp account banned issue on your Xiaomi device and prevent it from happening again. Follow the steps below to unban your account and enjoy WhatsApp without any hassle.
Solution: Enable Two-Factor Authentication
This method has helped many users to unban their WhatsApp account. You need to wait until the ban period is over (usually 6 hours), then uninstall and reinstall WhatsApp, and enable two-factor authentication before doing anything else. Here are the steps:
- Wait for the ban period to end.
- Go to Settings > Apps > WhatsApp > Uninstall > OK.
- Install WhatsApp from the Play Store and open it.
- Tap on your profile and go to Account > Two-Step Verification.
- Turn it on and enter a new PIN to set it up. Done.
We hope this guide has helped you to fix the WhatsApp account banned issue on your Xiaomi device. If you have any questions or feedback, please let us know in the comments section below.
Disclamer: Please note that this guide is for informational purposes only and we are not affiliated with WhatsApp or Xiaomi in any way. We do not guarantee that the methods mentioned in this guide will work for everyone or that they will not cause any harm to your device or account. Please use them at your own risk and discretion.