Originally Posted by skurdekar
Phone complains that the old Whatsapp version is too old. Seems to be benign warning and everything seems to work. So not sure if Whatsapp is really being downgraded or what else is going on. Tried on Motorola Droid Turbo and Moto X. Both exhibit same behaviour.
If you are referring to the alert in the notification bar, then this is normal behavior. It will go away when WhatsApp gets upgraded again. If the alert keeps popping up then you must still be on the legacy release, in which case just go to the Play Store or WhatsApp's website and install the latest version. As long as you have extracted your key file then that's all that really matters.
Originally Posted by okunova
Hi I have been testing the script but it gives an error code is as follows
Uninstalling older version
Installing latest WhatsApp version
4916 KB/s (20547242 bytes in 4.081s)
Is there any possible solution
This is an old script that patches WhatsApp and is not the script I posted on this thread. It's failing because the patched version is self-signed and is mismatched against the pre-installed apk; hence the error: "INSTALL_PARSE_FAILED_INCONSISTENT_CERTIFICATE S". You should download the script contained within my original post instead, as it does not use a self-signed apk. If you did download the script I posted in this thread, then you're running the wrong bat file!
Originally Posted by doras100p
After using this tool, whatsapp now crashes everytime I start it. What should I do?
I tried uninstalling and reinstalling whatsapp
If you have uninstalled and re-installed WhatsApp, then the fault is elsewhere and has nothing to do with my tool.