If when entering WhatsApp you came across the message that your account is temporarily suspended It means that you have violated a policy of the courier service. Although there are various reasons for this, the most common is the use of an unauthorized version of the application.
Tools like WhatsApp Plus GB WhatsApp and others that claim to be able to move your chats from one phone to another are altered versions of WhatsApp. Therefore, the company does not endorse its use because it is not possible to validate its security practices.
If you have used any of these alternative platforms, stop doing it. The company warns that if you do not start using the official version of WhatsApp after your account has been temporarily suspended, it could be permanently blocked.
Before you start using the original application, it is recommended that you make a backup of your chat history. Also, keep in mind that the name of the rogue service you used will determine if your conversations need to be transferred.
To identify its name, go to More options> Settings> Help> App info. Then, follow the instructions below depending on the app you have installed on your device: WhatsApp Plus or GB WhatsApp.
Wait for the temporary suspension end (a timer will show its duration) and do the following:
Once you have installed the instant messaging service, verify your phone number to access your account. When the “Backup found” screen appears, click Restore and wait for it to load all your conversation history.
If you previously saved your chats, they should automatically transfer to the official version of WhatsApp. Therefore, the only thing left for you to do is install the application from the Google Play Store, perform the initial configuration and restore your history.