WhatsApp for Android bug is annoying for users



NOT. WhatsApp It is one of the most downloaded apps of all time and, oddly enough, it continues to attract users, despite sharing some data with Facebook (main company). Mark Zuckerberg and Will Cathcart recently confirmed one of the app’s most anticipated features: WhatsApp will soon work on four other devices at the same time. While we wait for multiple device support, unlike other messaging services, WhatsApp currently only allows you to register one phone number per account. It basically means that when you log into your WhatsApp account on another phone with that number, you are logged out of the app on your current device.

However, some users WhatsApp for Android They face annoying situation where they get logged out of the messaging app for no reason. When this happens, they get the message:

“Your phone number is no longer registered on WhatsApp on this phone. Maybe it’s because you stored it on another phone. If not, verify your phone number to reconnect to your account.

Error in WhatsApp for Android causes users to shut down

According to staff at WaBetaInfo, a portal that tracks updates and developments related to WhatsApp, this issue is caused by a bug in the instant messaging app and there is nothing to worry about.

“sAnd it recently got separated from WhatsApp, on WhatsApp for Android, don’t worry, it’s a bug. You can reconnect to WhatsApp “, can we read in the tweet of WaBetaInfo. They specify that it is not necessary to change the password or take other security measures.

It is important to note that WABetaInfo specifically states that this bug affects WhatsApp for Android and that the iOS version is not affected. If you have ever been unexpectedly signed out of WhatsApp on your iPhone, we recommend that you change your password.


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