the Beta versions of the apps they are used to test the new functions and not always everything works perfectly. The users who are reporting in these hours know this well continue crash its WhatsApp Beta, after downloading the latest version of the app released this week. To solve the problems, it is worth doing a downgrade to the previous version, much more stable. Here’s how to do it on both Android and iOS.
WhatsApp: how to avoid continuous app crashes
If you have downloaded the 126.96.36.199 of WhatsApp for iOS, you may have noticed that the app keeps crashing after uploading a new status or after sending a message in a group chat. Who downloaded the build 188.8.131.52 for Android may see continuous crashes if you are using Android 12, making it impossible to use the app.
To solve the problem, iPhone users can rely on the app Test flight, a really useful tool for developers and those who want to test new apps in Beta. Just open the app and:
- To select WhatsApp Messenger (o Business)
- Tap the option Previous builds
- Finally, choose Install the previous beta
If you downloaded the update from the App Store, the conversation backup should be updated to when you downloaded the update.
Those who use Android, on the other hand, will have to uninstall the app and manually download a version from APKMirror, if you made a backup before downloading the Beta. If, on the other hand, you haven’t made a backup and you don’t want to lose your data, you can only downgrade via terminal (but you need the permissions of root). We leave you this link for instructions, but only follow them if you are an expert. Alternatively, you can wait for the next app update which should arrive very soon.
With the downgrade you should solve your problems. In any case, it is always advisable to make a backup before updating with unstable updates.