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How to take screenshot on Snapchat without others knowing?

19.12.2021 02:50 AM
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How to take screenshot on Snapchat without others knowing?
When Snapchat first launched, you could take a screenshot without anyone knowing, but it wasn't long before the app added a feature that would automatically send a notification to the person you're shooting. Over the years, there have been a variety of ways to get around this notice.
 
And some third-party apps can take a screenshot. But there are other ways to do this without the need for any application, according to the American newspaper Business Insider:

Use another camera

Using the built-in screenshot feature on your iPhone or Android device to take a screenshot of someone will send a notification to that person, and the same is true if you use the built-in screen recording feature, meaning that the best way to take a screenshot of someone on Snapchat is to use a camera other.

1- Open Snapchat on your phone and view the Snap you want to take a screenshot of.

2- While the screenshot is on the screen, use another phone's camera to take a picture of the first phone's screen.

 
Using the built-in screenshot feature on your iPhone or Android device to take a screenshot of someone will send a notification to that person, and the same is true if you use the built-in screen recording feature, meaning that the best way to take a screenshot of someone on Snapchat is to use a camera other.

1- Open Snapchat on your phone and view the Snap you want to take a screenshot of.

2- While the screenshot is on the screen, use another phone's camera to take a picture of the first phone's screen.
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