After the update, WhatsApp began to discharge the smartphones Samsung, Xiaomi, OnePlus and Google

WhatsApp recently updated its application, after which complaints from users began pouring in

with Android smartphones.

What happened

After updating to version 2.19.325 application began to rapidly consume battery power. Users write about this on the Reddit forum and in comments on Google Play. Owners of Samsung, Xiaomi, OnePlus and Google smartphones have already encountered the problem, including Samsung Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S9, Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 4, OnePlus 6, Redmi Note 5 Pro, etc.

According to one user, his smartphoneshowed that WhatsApp was running for 1.5 hours, although it was actually used for a few minutes. On another smartphone, the service lowered the charge from 79% to 19% in the background. For many, WhatsApp consumes about 30% of the charge, even if users have only responded to a few messages.

How to be

To solve the problem, you can removeand reinstall the application. The second option is to revert to the old version of the application 2.19.291. A more radical way is to completely delete WhatsApp and switch to other instant messengers.

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