Xiaomi issues a fix for a bug which declared Whatsapp ‘obsolete’

WhatsApp bug fixed on Xiaomi devices

Xiaomi users were baffled by an absurd problem on their devices. WhatsApp Messenger was the cause of this unrest. Xiaomi users couldn’t open the app due to a warning which said,“This version became obsolete. Please go to the Google Play Store to download the latest version.”

When the users tried to update the app from Play Store, it said that the application was running on its latest version. When enquired, WhatsApp said that it was a third-party issue. The Chinese manufacturer has finally acknowledged the issue and has assured the users that a fix is on its way. 

A Xiaomi spokesperson said that while uploading the beta version of WhatsApp on the Mi App store, this problem occurred. Since the apps get updated automatically in Xiaomi services, users got the beta update and it became obsolete. 

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Xiaomi has apologised for this mishappening and has uploaded the latest stable version of WhatsApp on its App store once again. If you are still facing the issue, you just need to update your messenger and if the problem persists, you can reinstall the application to fix the bug.

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