facebook – Auto Download of photos working in WhatsApp Desktop App, but not in mobile App

A couple of months back, I was working on a project and all the collaborators were staying in touch via WhatsApp. As it is a fairly large group of about 80 people, lots of photos tend to get generated each day. Since I was working on my laptop, I decided to use the desktop application rather than the mobile app, as it was more convenient. We were required to complete a certain task, within a fairly short amount of time, so everybody was working full throttle at that moment. As the deadline was approaching, the number of photos in the WhatsApp group started to increase. Moreover, as the navigation in the desktop application was becoming difficult, I decided to switch to the android app.

To my surprise, absolutely none of the photos had been downloaded on the app. As per my knowledge, whatever auto-download settings are applied to the mobile app, are also followed by the desktop application. But that didn’t happen.

I’ve checked all my settings and everything seems to be fine. All permissions have been granted. There is no data usage check applied. But still, the auto-download feature didn’t work on my phone, while it did flawlessly on the desktop application.

After that incident, there have been several other instances wherein auto-download was only working on the desktop application, instead of working on both the desktop and mobile version of WhatsApp in tandem. This has begun to worry me a little, as it is affecting my work. Can anyone suggest any tips to fix this?

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authentication – I have been hacked on Facebook multiple times today alone. What do I do?

My Facebook account has had its password changed four times today, and I’m wondering what to do.

The first time, was at 5:02pm. I received an email saying that my password had been changed. I recently moved to Canada (from Australia), but the email informed me that someone from Perth, Australia had changed my password. At 5:08pm, I had changed my password again; nothing particularly secure, but I added five symbols and numbers to the end of my previous password. I figured that putting up some small roadblock might make them stop targeting me. I got facebook to log me out of every device, and checked my recent activity, and confirmed they hadn’t managed to do any other damage.

The second time was 5:35pm. Now the login came from Sydney, Australia (all the way across the country). I responded at 5:43pm. Again, I logged out of every device, made sure they had done no damage. This time I enabled 2-factor authentication, sending messages to my mobile phone. This is a step I have been reluctant to do for a very long time, for a number of reasons. I gave Facebook my brand new Canadian mobile phone number, and it did start sending me codes when I logged in again. I also chose a very long password; it was a sentence, but not a short sentence, and one that nobody would think to utter except me (including one word that is not a word). For good measure, I also enabled two-factor authentication on my device for my primary email, which is with gmail, in case it was being hacked (though Google usually informs me of unusual sign in activity).

The third time was 9:56pm back in Perth. Notably, I never received a text message from Facebook about the sign-in. I did receive a “Facebook account recovery code” to my email, but nothing to my phone. But, I did press the “If you didn’t request a new password, let us know” link in this new email, at which point they locked the account.

The fourth time was 10:18pm. Again, an account recovery code was sent at the time. I don’t know how they managed it, to be honest, because I’m pretty sure I couldn’t log in at that stage.

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