New WhatsApp bug deletes all photos on its own

Maintain on! Do not hit the replace button for brand new options on WhatsApp.

In accordance with experiences, there’s a new bug on WhatsApp model 2.19.66 inflicting photographs to vanish. WhatsApp beta customers are getting affected by this bug and updating to WhatsApp 2.19.66 would possibly lead to deletion of WhatsApp chat photographs. Fortunately, for group chats, the photographs are saved in Gallery.

A person reported about this challenge on Twitter and cautioned others from downloading this model as there are not any additional options on this.

Some customers additionally instructed that WhatsApp has already mounted the issue, however some customers complained concerning the challenge getting continued.

A number of different customers additionally reported that they’re going through problem to see WhatsApp statuses. The bug is popping WhatsApp statuses gray making person assumes that had been blocked by their pals.

Within the meantime, to repair the difficulty WhatsApp has just lately rolled out an replace on iPhones that enabled anybody to go previous the Face ID lock and browse chats.

Just lately WhatsApp launched a brand new characteristic on iOS by way of which customers can lock WhatsApp through the use of Face ID or a password. This native WhatsApp lock was in demand from a very long time for privateness goal. It will assist customers to guard WhatsApp chats if their cell is being utilized by another person. This characteristic is predicted to reach quickly in Android telephones too.

To be able to oppose abusive behaviour and hate messages, Division of Telecom (DoT) has introduced that folks can formally file a criticism towards undesirable behaviour from strangers.

The sufferer simply wants to supply a screen-shot of the message, together with the cell quantity and e-mail it to this deal with, [email protected]

“If anybody is receiving abusive/ offensive/ loss of life threats/ vulgar WhatsApp messages, please ship screen-shots of the message together with the cell numbers at [email protected]

DoT Controller Communications, Ashish Joshi, has tweeted, “We’ll take it up with the telecom operators and police heads for crucial motion.”

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