If you are a WhatsApp Desktop user who is experiencing difficulties logging in to the messaging app as a result of the latest multi-device upgrade, you should uninstall and reinstall WhatsApp Desktop to resolve the issue.
A flaw that appeared after the recent multi-device upgrade caused the problem, according to WABetaInfo, who shared the information on Twitter.
WABetaInfo is an independent portal that maintains track of the progress of the messaging programme owned by Meta. It has updated on a regular basis. It has caused by a server-side upgrade that has intended to improve multi-device. And also security notifications when a device list has modified, according to the website.
It’s possible to back up your chat history and reinstall WhatsApp to see whether it’s functional again.
According to WABetaInfo, WhatsApp has also released a new Universal Windows Platform application. Some customers are encountering difficulties scrolling through a discussion. And it is possible that the problem has caused by the AMD processor that the user is using. The report said, “However, it is possible that this is a coincidence.”
Some elements of the Universal Windows Platform app, such as status updates, archived chats, stickers, and dark mode, are still missing, according to the business’s website, which also states that the company is working on adding them.