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  1. #1081  
    Was trying to with my Android "home phone". But after deleting the account and reading it, it didn't reverify for some reason, just went straight into the interface. Even tried re-installing WhatsApp completely.

    I'll try again since I need to reflash that phone anyways... Skype is running like crap on it.
    Last edited by ToniCipriani; 12/13/2012 at 06:52 AM.
    Palm IIIc -> Sony CLIÉ T650C -> Sony TJ-37 -> Palm TX -> Palm Centro -> Palm Pre Bell -> Palm Pre Plus Bell/Verizon Hybrid -> HP Veer -> HP Pre 3 NA -> BlackBerry Classic -> BlackBerry Priv

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  2. #1082  
    Put another device on this phone number with whatsapp and when I came back again to the Pre3, tried to use the 6 digit code from an iphone and Pre3 has been telling me for the last day that it is a mismatch

    When I try to get a code unique for the Pre3 it says Fail--too many tries or something like that, on the iphone it says to come back within a certain period of time but still doesn't work.

    Too bad, was a nice service while it lasted.
  3. #1083  
    I checked the WhatsApp changelogs, it seems like this change was in place Nov 28 in version 2.8.8491. So I downgraded my Android back to 2.8.7268, the version before the "registration service change".

    WhatsApp Messenger Android Information

    Indeed my SMS responses started to become 3-digit again, and I could register my Veer, though I'm working on why I'm getting "login failed" now, tried the 8-character alpha only password and it didn't work, and conveniently I'm starting to get the infamous too recent timeouts again.

    So if anyone in the meantime needs help obtaining a code, you can PM me and I can try to request a code for you (please, don't hammer me every 5 mins if I don't get back immediately, I don't carry my Android device with me to work.)
    Palm IIIc -> Sony CLIÉ T650C -> Sony TJ-37 -> Palm TX -> Palm Centro -> Palm Pre Bell -> Palm Pre Plus Bell/Verizon Hybrid -> HP Veer -> HP Pre 3 NA -> BlackBerry Classic -> BlackBerry Priv

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  4. #1084  
    Turns out the Wazapp guys tackled this already, here's the Python code:

    https://github.com/tgalal/yowsup/issues/23
    https://github.com/tgalal/yowsup/com...143e613bfdb097

    **hits self for not paying attention in algorithms class...**
    Palm IIIc -> Sony CLIÉ T650C -> Sony TJ-37 -> Palm TX -> Palm Centro -> Palm Pre Bell -> Palm Pre Plus Bell/Verizon Hybrid -> HP Veer -> HP Pre 3 NA -> BlackBerry Classic -> BlackBerry Priv

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  5. #1085  
    Quote Originally Posted by TheMARTPre3 View Post
    Problem with Android SMS verification is that Whatsapp starts charging those users for Whatsapp, maybe that is why they changed the 3 digits into 6 digits, while the iPhone Whatsapp (still free) uses still 3 digits like how Mojowhatsup likes them too.

    Seems to me, that if the Whatsapp server thinks the request comes from an iPhone, it still sends the 3 digits code... But got to say, no clue if it can be done making the Pre3/Mojowhatsup disguise itself as an iPhone.
    Actually to rebut your other point, we do impose as iPhones during logon, and Lumia 800 during registration.

    See the User Agent headers:
    https://github.com/amoralico/mojowha.../src/Account.h
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  6. #1086  
    Quote Originally Posted by ToniCipriani View Post
    Turns out the Wazapp guys tackled this already
    Ouch! That's great research, thankyou Tony! Let's hope Antonio is aware of the problem (he got registered long ago, when the problem didn't exist), and this solution.
    Pre 3 on GSM Jazztel: UberKernel, Muffle logging & friends, Mode Switcher, Advanced System Menus & Prefs, and then some more.

    Proudly choosing the loser side since 1982: Commodore VIC-20, C-64, Amiga 1000 & 3000, bPlan Pegasos & MorphOS, Psion Revo, Palm Pre...
  7. #1087  
    EDIT: I forgot Antonio didn't release the code for 1.4.3... the code I was looking is for 1.4.0.

    --

    I want to have a crack at porting it, but I'm a bit mystified with the code:

    • Found 2 pieces of equivalent code between wazapp and MWU: CodeRequest, RegisterRequest
    • 2 pieces I can't find the equivalents: ExistRequest and ResponseParser
    • My guess is I also need to change the UI code to accept the 6-digit ones, but there's no reference to that in the Python code (or I haven't found it yet)


    Hope some wizard can come along and help out... I'll try to dig more.
    Last edited by ToniCipriani; 12/13/2012 at 01:40 PM.
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  8. #1088  
    I installed the 2.8.7268 version of Whatsapp on my X86 Android and managed to register on my Pre3 and Pre+, but login failed on both...just have to wait i guess?

    BTW. Using on my Pre3 and Touchpad with same mobile-number is impossible right?
  9. #1089  
    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroZorro View Post
    I installed the 2.8.7268 version of Whatsapp on my X86 Android and managed to register on my Pre3 and Pre+, but login failed on both...just have to wait i guess?

    BTW. Using on my Pre3 and Touchpad with same mobile-number is impossible right?
    I don't think you can use duplicate devices. Also seems like the password must be alphabets only.
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  10. #1090  
    Quote Originally Posted by ToniCipriani View Post
    I don't think you can use duplicate devices. Also seems like the password must be alphabets only.
    Strange thing is that i managed to register on my Pre3 and Pre+ but login failed. On my Pre3 i registered the same number i have on my Touchpad Whatsapp, accepted and my TP Whatsapp still works.
    And i read this forum, so my passwords are 8 characters, alphabets and lower case only
  11. #1091  
    I just tried on my Veer, got SMS code, lower case 8 alpha password, didn't work. Even tried the reverse IMEI MD5 password, that didn't work either...

    Something smells fishy here. Another theory is that they completely turned off the old authentication system. The number I used was authenticated once using the 6-digit system, and somehow it doesn't work backwards with the 3-digit system.
    Last edited by ToniCipriani; 12/13/2012 at 09:24 PM.
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  12. #1092  
    Also this is interesting:

    https://github.com/tgalal/yowsup/pull/32

    Seems like in the new registration process, the WhatsApp server assigns the password rather than using client supplied ones (IMEI, our own typed ones, etc.)
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  13. #1093  
    Quote Originally Posted by ToniCipriani View Post
    Also this is interesting:

    https://github.com/tgalal/yowsup/pull/32

    Seems like in the new registration process, the WhatsApp server assigns the password rather than using client supplied ones (IMEI, our own typed ones, etc.)
    hhm perhaps they finally get the security holes filled on other platforms where 'passwords' were rather worldwide unique constants then variables.
  14. #1094  
    Quote Originally Posted by ToniCipriani View Post
    What's that? I admit I stopped lurking at Wazapp long ago, since Antonio got his admirable client working for us.

    It turns out that Tarek extracted his network code from Wazapp, and made a standalone project, called "Yowsup", which is brilliant, as it allows anyone with Python knowledge to build his own WhatsApp client!

    Then, there's that minimal, command line client, called Yowsup-cli. I'm going to try it on this XP box, but first I have to get an adequate Python runtime environment.
    Pre 3 on GSM Jazztel: UberKernel, Muffle logging & friends, Mode Switcher, Advanced System Menus & Prefs, and then some more.

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  15. #1095  
    I think that means during the registration process, the server generates a password and sends to the client and use that as authentication as opposed to hashing device IDs. Which also explains why we're getting the login failures, so instead of a free-for-all login after initial SMS, then device provides a password, the server already has a password set that was sent in the confirm.

    I might be wrong... so any subject expert please chime in.
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  16. #1096  
    1. Find friend with iPhone
    2. Make him put in your cellphone number in his whatsapp and send SMS code to your number/phone/Pre3
    3. Fill in SMS code, make up a password preferable 8 letters (no capitals, just low case) and no numbers
    4. Register
    5. Login

    All said the pages before already
    Hello there!

    Is my first post and I have read all the pages before, even before purchasing my second-handed palm pre 2. I sent my sms code request 48 hours ago but it didin´t came. I have a friend with an iPhone but can´t understand this above guide. What is to make my friend put in my cellphone number in his whatsapp and send SMS code to my number? Any screenshots to show it? I´m not sure if it means him to type my number e.g. 123456789 in his whatsapp and send me a message or what.

    Thanks for the help and for the support to all "application makers".

    Greetings.
  17. #1097  
    Quote Originally Posted by Albergar View Post
    1. Find friend with iPhone
    2. Make him put in your cellphone number in his whatsapp and send SMS code to your number/phone/Pre3
    3. Fill in SMS code, make up a password preferable 8 letters (no capitals, just low case) and no numbers
    4. Register
    5. Login



    Hello there!

    Is my first post and I have read all the pages before, even before purchasing my second-handed palm pre 2. I sent my sms code request 48 hours ago but it didin´t came. I have a friend with an iPhone but can´t understand this above guide. What is to make my friend put in my cellphone number in his whatsapp and send SMS code to my number? Any screenshots to show it? I´m not sure if it means him to type my number e.g. 123456789 in his whatsapp and send me a message or what.

    Thanks for the help and for the support to all "application makers".

    Greetings.
    Give YOUR mobile phone number to your friend (keep your SIM in your own phone). Your friend puts your phone number in whatsapp request for SMS code. The SMS code will then be made by whatsapp servers and send back to YOUR phone number/YOUR sim in YOUR phone.

    Then you use that SMS code send in Mojowhatsup on your Palm Pre 2 to register. After registering, login.
  18. #1098  
    Quote Originally Posted by TheMARTPre3 View Post
    Give YOUR mobile phone number to your friend (keep your SIM in your own phone). Your friend puts your phone number in whatsapp request for SMS code. The SMS code will then be made by whatsapp servers and send back to YOUR phone number/YOUR sim in YOUR phone.

    Then you use that SMS code send in Mojowhatsup on your Palm Pre 2 to register. After registering, login.
    Problem is, when your friend puts in your phone number he will be removed from any existing group he was in and all messages will be deleted. So make a backup of whatsapp on the iphone/android first so it can be restored afterwards? (i am not sure if this works, on android X86 it did using Titanium Backup/restore).

    Second: you don't have to try this method right now cause you can't register with 6 digit code and you will have to use an older version of whatsapp ( 2.8.7268) to make register work (3 digit).
    And still...you won't be able to login after registering succesfull (yet!).
  19. #1099  
    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroZorro View Post
    Problem is, when your friend puts in your phone number he will be removed from any existing group he was in and all messages will be deleted. So make a backup of whatsapp on the iphone/android first so it can be restored afterwards? (i am not sure if this works, on android X86 it did using Titanium Backup/restore).

    Second: you don't have to try this method right now cause you can't register with 6 digit code and you will have to use an older version of whatsapp ( 2.8.7268) to make register work (3 digit).
    And still...you won't be able to login after registering succesfull (yet!).
    The older version of whatsapp is needed indeed to get the 3 digit code that Mojowhatsup needs and not the new 6 digit one.

    Actually the group messages are stored on an iphone, when the number that is attached to those, they will pop up again. The stuff getting deleted was the 1 on 1 chats as far as I know.

    But yes, if one can make a backup, that should be best.
  20. #1100  
    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroZorro View Post
    Problem is, when your friend puts in your phone number he will be removed from any existing group he was in and all messages will be deleted. So make a backup of whatsapp on the iphone/android first so it can be restored afterwards? (i am not sure if this works, on android X86 it did using Titanium Backup/restore).

    Second: you don't have to try this method right now cause you can't register with 6 digit code and you will have to use an older version of whatsapp ( 2.8.7268) to make register work (3 digit).
    And still...you won't be able to login after registering succesfull (yet!).
    Thank you all for the help. I now understand it all, but will wait until this thing about the 6 digit code would be fixed. Now what would be your advice? Maybe to send again de request?

    Thanks again.

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