Recently WhatsApp had confirmed that the user's data and communications are secured with end-to-end encryption and nobody in between can read messages and listen to calls, not even WhatsApp. However media which is more than three months old, can not be downloaded again.
WhatsApp has added an interesting new feature in version 2.18.113 of its app for Android, allowing anyone to redownload an image, GIF, document, or voice message which they deleted from their phone. But this new feature if rolled out officially will give users the option to do so. The report said that the feature was introduced in WhatsApp's recent updates between version 2.18.106 and 2.18.110. It was found that the bug was only affecting the WhatsApp beta version 2.18.109 that was released on April 12. Also this seems to be a feature only available for Android and not for iOS users, at least not yet. Only if the file has been deleted in sdcard/WhatsApp/ and you have the message in the chat, you can successfully download it again. The undownloaded files were stored on WhatsApp server for 30 days and once it were downloaded, WhatsApp immediately deleted it from its folder.
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This is not the case anymore as the app lets you download deleted media from its servers with the latest update. And as a beta tester, you have the opportunity of trying the upcoming features before anyone else and give your feedback to WhatsApp about any bug. Once the user deleted that particular content from the WhatsApp folder on their device, there was no way to retrieve it. Addressing the issue, the latest update now allows a user to re-download content from the app.
With the new feature, WhatsApp has essentially extended the amount of time it stores the data on its servers.