[Solutions] WhatsApp blocked after update? Here’s how to fix it
The latest version of WhatsApp Beta for Android and iOS brings two critical bugs that prevent the messaging app from being used properly. Here’s how to troubleshoot startup issues
The latest software updates don’t always improve the user experience. As a downside to the improvements and optimizations theoretically made by developers with the most recent versions, there are also problems and bugs that could annoy those who usually use a certain program or even their personal smartphone, with consequences that undoubtedly impact work activity. .
What happens in these hours with WhatsApp captures the initial preamble in the best possible way. As reported by the “usual” WABetaInfo, it looks like the instant messaging app is transaction with a certain critical bugs introduced in the latest beta versions for Android and iOS smartphones. And this is not a secondary problem, considering the massive use of the program (both for professional reasons and for simple entertainment) and the seriousness of the fault: according to the numerous reports that one can read on the web, many users would not indeed be able to start WhatsApp after downloading a new status update or send messages in group chats.
As recalled at the beginning, the bug affects indiscriminately owners of Android and iOS smartphones and, in particular, versions 22.214.171.124 and 126.96.36.199 of the WhatsApp Beta applications respectively for the “green robot” and the iPhone. If you are also having this problem, we show you how to fix it.
First of all, it must be said that there is a miracle solution: a downgrade has a old beta of WhatsApp. IPhone users will be able to use TestFlight, being careful to select WhatsApp Messenger and access the âPrevious Buildsâ section, where it will be possible to download the penultimate beta version of the messaging application. ; However, we recommend that you back up your history before installing the new update, to avoid the potential risks of other issues.