Facebook Corrects Bug That Caused Messenger to Drain Batteries

Facebook vice president of messaging products David Marcus announced in a response to a tweet that a bug causing the Android application to drain devices’ batteries has been resolved.

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Facebook vice president of messaging products David Marcus announced in a response to a tweet that a bug causing the Android application to drain devices’ batteries has been resolved.

According to Marcus’ tweet (embedded below), restarting the app should remedy the issue.

Marcus suggested in another tweet response that users currently on beta versions of Messenger should use the standard version.

Readers: Have you noticed any battery issues on your devices due to Messenger?

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