Social media has changed our lives in ways that none of us would’ve ever expected. While there are some good consequences, most of them have only made our lives more complicated in one way or the other. These bad consequences are a gift of nature; if there’s going to be change, then you need to work for it, too. For example, some might argue that we had better lives when we lived as cavemen, from one day to the next. There was no stress, anxiety, feminism, discrimination, loans, rent, taxes, pollution, politics, crime, or money.
However, don’t you think the lives we’re living today are how they should be? Even though existence is meaningless, we can add meaning to our lives with problems, however weird it might sound. Solving one problem and moving to the next while enjoying those moments is how we give meaning to life while we’re here.
In today’s blog, we’ll discuss what “This message couldn’t be displayed on your device sue to copyright infringement issues” mean on Telegram.
What Does “This message couldn’t be displayed on your device due to copyright infringement” Mean on Telegram
We’ll discuss your initial query first; let’s talk about what this problem is.
When you see this error message, it’s the last message on the channel because the bots shut it down afterward. This occurs for many reasons, all of them content related. It means this channel was showing plagiarised content, pornographic, gory, banned, features terrorism, satanism, or any other category of problematic content.
So, as you can tell, you probably don’t want to see what it was anyway, right? However, on the off-chance that you did, there’s one hack you can use.
Here’s how to see messages that “could not be displayed on your device due to copyright infringement”
Step 1: Launch the Telegram mobile app on your phone.
Step 2: Locate and tap on the banned channel due to copyright infringement issues.
Step 3: Try long-pressing on that error message and see if something happens. If a menu does appear, tap on copy.
Step 4: Now go to another channel/chat and paste the link. It’s possible that you might see what video that link contained.
That being said, we still don’t know if it works. While a few users said this worked for them, most claimed it was a hoax. Apparently, it’s a loophole on the platform that might work on a few devices, but overall, it’s not a reliable technique.
Moreover, do you think it makes that big of a difference since that content was probably not meant for watching anyway?
If you wish to block your friend who recommended this movie/series/content, we won’t be the ones to stop you. Even if you end up unblocking them in the future, it’s good to give them some tough love and express your annoyance.