WhatsApp Rolling Out A New Update, Fixing Deleting Or Forwarding Status Updates Issue Within The App

  • WhatsApp is rolling out a new bug-fix update that addresses a crash, preventing users from deleting or forwarding their status updates.
  • Certain beta testers have been facing this issue, causing frustration and unexpected crashes.
  • WhatsApp released the latest update with the version, which will fix the bug.

WhatsApp, the most popular and widely used instant messaging platform, has always ensured to offer users the most convenient user experience. In contrast, in the recent past, several beta testers have been experiencing certain issues while trying to delete or forward their status updates. With that, WhatsApp has pushed the latest update that will certainly fix the recent bug occurring within the app.

As per the reports shared by WABetaInfo, there are a few beta testers who have been facing issues while trying to delete or forward their status updates, causing unnecessary frustration, unexpected crashes, and interrupting the capability to manage status updates. Whereas, the users who were affected by this issue stated that while trying to delete or forward their status updates, it caused a sudden shutdown of the app. It’s noteworthy that users were still able to delete their status updates without experiencing any crashes, but they were required to navigate it through another section of the app.

Soon after acknowledging the current issue, WhatsApp has started pushing the latest bug-fix WhatsApp beta for Android update with a version, which allows users to significantly delete or forward their status updates without facing any issues. So, users can install the latest WhatsApp beta for Android that has the above-mentioned version number from the Google Play Store.

In addition, this latest build is rolling out for Android beta testers, and do note that you must install the latest build to use the latest version of WhatsApp without facing any bugs or glitches.

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