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Found it. The text and attachments are saved in /data/data/com.android.providers.telephony/app_parts

They are stored in files named something like "PART_1228000671287", with no extension.

To see what type of files they are, you can run this command on the phone (assuming you have RC30 v1.2).

sqlite3 -header /data/data/com.android.providers.telephony/databases/mmssms.db "SELECT _data, ct FROM part;"

The first column is the full path to the file, and the 2nd column is the mime type of the file

Found it. The text and attachments are saved in /data/data/com.android.providers.telephony/app_parts

They are stored in files named something like "PART_1228000671287", with no extension.

To see what type of files they are, you can run this command on the phone (assuming you have RC30 v1.2).

sqlite3 -header /data/data/com.android.providers.telephony/databases/mmssms.db "SELECT _data, ct FROM part;"

The first column is the full path to the file, and the 2nd column is the mime type of the file

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Life360 is a Family Locator App that lets you locate family members and quickly communicate with them. The app is available on Android, iPhone, and BlackBerry for use with popular phone companies such as Verizon, Sprint, and ATT.

The Android Locator App not only lets you know where all of your registered family members are, but can also help locate your phone if you lose your Android device. Stay in touch with everyone in your family network with quick communication and even receive alerts when family members reach specified locations. Setting up alerts in the Android App will allow you to know when family members have made it safely to their next destination.

The Family Locator iPhone App interface helps you quickly locate family members on a map. Open the secure FamilyChannel™ and you can chat with everyone at once. Our iPhone Family Locator App keeps you in sync with everyone in your family network. Constant communication keeps your mind at ease by knowing your family members are safe when they reach their next location.

Found it. The text and attachments are saved in /data/data/com.android.providers.telephony/app_parts

They are stored in files named something like "PART_1228000671287", with no extension.

To see what type of files they are, you can run this command on the phone (assuming you have RC30 v1.2).

sqlite3 -header /data/data/com.android.providers.telephony/databases/mmssms.db "SELECT _data, ct FROM part;"

The first column is the full path to the file, and the 2nd column is the mime type of the file

Found it. The text and attachments are saved in /data/data/com.android.providers.telephony/app_parts

They are stored in files named something like "PART_1228000671287", with no extension.

To see what type of files they are, you can run this command on the phone (assuming you have RC30 v1.2).

sqlite3 -header /data/data/com.android.providers.telephony/databases/mmssms.db "SELECT _data, ct FROM part;"

The first column is the full path to the file, and the 2nd column is the mime type of the file

You can back up your WhatsApp data using Google Drive and/or a local backup. Local backups will be automatically created every day at 2am and they will be saved as a file in your phone.

You can back up your chats and media to Google Drive, so if you switch Android phones or get a new one, your chats and media are transferrable.

WhatsApp will ask you to restore your chats and media from a backup when you verify your number. Simply tap Restore when prompted to. If WhatsApp does not detect a backup, it could be because: