The new Snapchat update has caused some excitement, leaving some people a little bored by the changes made by the social media platform. Some people are not happy with the significant changes to the app’s layout, as the Friends, Discover, and Stories sections have all been redesigned.
Instead, you can see your Snapchats mixed with buddy content on the Friends screen. Also, on the Discover page, you can see content produced by brands, publications, or professional content creators. Cats and stories from your friends can be seen while sweeping, while stories from ‘publishers, creators and the community’ can be seen on Discover by swiping to the left. If you are one of those people who are not happy with the latest update, Android and iOS users can follow these steps to demote.
The uninstall on Android Tech Advisor has provided these helpful instructions to Android users who wish to return to an older version. One way to go back to a previous version of an application is to find the installation file of the prior update and install that version. Android uses files called APKs (that is, Android apps) for apps. You can search the web for the application name, version number, and APK file. You should have a copy of the APKs for each version of an application you have updated.
If you have a previous version of the application on another device, you would be able to extract the APK file from it. If your device is rooted, you can plainly get the APK file from the / data/app/folder. Once you have downloaded the file, you can uninstall the new version of the application on your device, and then copy the old APK that you found on the phone or tablet using Windows Explorer (File Explorer ). Then you need to copy it to a new folder or download the folder. Then you will need to download or purchase an Android File Explorer application to find the file on your Android device, how much you can tap and install it.