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WhatsApp Obsolete Error: WhatsApp users across India hit by unusual bug

WhatsApp Obsolete Error: WhatsApp users across India hit by unusual bug

Facebook-owned WhatsApp is experiencing yet another outage in India and some other countries, blocking users from opening the application on Windows Phone, Android and iPhone.

News of WhatsApp not working for some users took the internet world by storm on January 13.

It appears that only select handsets were affected by the bug.

It may be mentioned that as per users' complaint, they are unable to find the update in the Google Play Store, DC reported. Please go to the Google Play Store and download the latest version.' But, according to users, even after going to the Google Play Store, they are not able to download the latest version of the app, as there are no updates available. And, there is no respite on tapping this option, claim the users.

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According to a report on WhatsApp has acknowledged the problem faced by its users and said that the problem is being fixed. Also, the problem is reportedly faced by many Xiaomi smartphone users. "It was a problem with how our [WhatsApp] app is distributed, which is not under our control".

If the above steps fail to fix the issue for your device, you need to uninstall the app and download the latest version of the app from WhatsApp's website. You can follow the steps given here to resolve it safely without losing your WhatsApp data or uninstalling the application. Make sure that you have enabled the "Allow installation of apps from unknown sources" option under Settings on your smartphone.

The error message also goes on to advise people to check if their date settings are correct and then restart WhatsApp.

Once WhatsApp is updated, keep in mind to disable the option that lets installing apps from third-party sources for security purposes.