Technology Twitter cautions Android users against downloading latest update, reports unexpected crashes
Android 10 is finally starting to roll out for Galaxy S10 and Note 10 devices
When Samsung started rolling out its Android 10 beta for the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 earlier than expected, everyone speculated that the final Android 10 upgrade might come sooner than ever before -- maybe even before the end of 2019. Then, a leak a few days ago said Samsung might do the unthinkable and update several Android devices to Android 10 in early January, including 2019 flagships and other popular phones. That sounded just like aThat sounded just like a regular schedule for Samsung, with the added benefit that a bunch of different devices would run Google’s Android 10 as early as next month. And then Samsung started quietly rolling out the final Android 10 update to Galaxy S10 and Note 10 owners in several markets.
If you were thinking about updating your Twitter app, Android users, you might want to sit tight.
Twitter stated Tuesday it was investigating a problem with its newest update for Android. The latest version causes crashes within seconds of launching the app once installed.
“If you use Twitter for Android, we suggest not updating it until we let you know it's fixed. Sorry for the inconvenience!,” Twitter Support shared in a.
Android users looking to prevent the issue can do so by temporarily turning off automatic updates. Open the Play Store app and then head to Settings, click Auto-Update Apps and then select Don't Auto-Update Apps.
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If you have already installed the latest update, Android users on Reddit and Twitter have suggested this quick fix in the meantime: Open Settings, click Apps and Notifications, then select Twitter, locate the storage and cache menu, then clear your storage and cache.
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