WhatsApp is the most popular instant messaging app for cell phones and now desktop computers, thanks to WhatsApp Web. WhatsApp has become an indispensable part of daily life for subscribers who use their data allocation to send messages, photographs, videos, phone calls, and audio messages directly through the app.
That means WhatsApp must be operational at all times without fail, although as is customary, WhatsApp will occasionally go offline without warning. And one such problem was faced by users today as well.
The New WhatsApp Beta
Mark Zuckerberg revealed on Facebook last month that WhatsApp would be giving the option to move talks to iOS. Even if the statement was legitimate, it appears to have been under testing, as many people have been unable to migrate their conversation history from Android to iOS until today, according to the report by wabetainfo.
Connecting your gadgets to a power source and the same Wi-Fi network is how the procedure works. If you match all of the criteria and WhatsApp appears in the Move to iOS app, the feature is now available for your account.
The latest version was made available via the Google Play Beta Program. The latest version of the update is 18.104.22.168, which includes a few bug fixes and improvements, although some users are reporting platform problems.
Users started noticing that their WhatsApp is stuck with a bug that led to several issues. Users are reporting crashes in which the programme simply stops working. This occurs when users attempt to open the app or send media, such as photographs and videos. While some users also complaining about being automatically logged out of their applications and their messages not being delivered and them not receiving any as well.
Worry not, though, as WhatsApp has just made available a version, which includes a remedy for the aforementioned issue. There was no explanation of why the app crashed, but there appears to be a workaround. The report then gives users a step-by-step set of directions to try to solve the problem. Transferring all of your chat backups to Google Drive before installing a beta build version is recommended. Users could even revert to an earlier build in case something goes wrong.
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