How to Take Screenshot on Snapchat Without Notifying Sender

Although there are many reasons why using Snapchat is enjoyable, at its core, it is a photo messaging programme that enables users to transmit self-destructing images and videos. The application was created to ensure that shared images cannot be saved without the sender’s consent. As a result, the software takes sure to notify users whenever a screenshot is taken in an attempt to save a picture. Both you and your friend receive a notification that a screenshot was captured when you take one. On Android, there is a workaround for that that doesn’t require the installation of a third-party software, and it’s simple to screenshot Snapchat without alerting the sender.

Following are some instructions for taking screenshots on Snapchat secretly:

Make sure your phone is not in battery saving mode and that Snapchat’s Travel Mode is not turned on. For this way to function, it is critical that both the modes pause background app activity and that the snaps you receive do not load automatically.

2. Wait a moment before opening the app when you receive a fresh snap that you wish to take a screenshot of. Wait a short while instead to let the snap load on its own in the background. Turn off mobile data and WiFi after that.

3. After seeing the snap, open Snapchat and immediately take a screenshot before the timer expires.

4. After taking a screenshot, exit the application and navigate to Android Settings > Apps > Snapchat > Storage, where you may tap Clear Cache.

5. After clearing Snapchat’s cache, turn on WiFi and use the app as usual. You’ll see that neither your app nor the app of the sender has a screenshot notification. Normally, a message stating “You/Friend took a screenshot” is sent to both the sender and the recipient of the snap when a screenshot is taken.

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This approach has been tested, and it is completely effective. Unfortunately, this approach is only usable with Android cellphones. A third-party programme called Snapchatboothat is available for iPhone users and allows you to stealthily screenshot Snapchat. There are a couple further techniques as well, but those call for jailbreaking your iPhone. So, if you use Android, give this straightforward Snapchat hack a try and let us know if you have any questions.

Update: Alternate method to take screenshots on Snapchat

Another way to download Snapchat photographs to your device without the sender’s knowledge exists. This technique solely relies on Google’s Now on Tap capabilities and doesn’t use any outside applications. How to do it is as follows:

1. This technique makes use of the Now on Tap functionality from Google, which was made available in Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Therefore, you must do so first. The function may be turned on in Google Settings under “Search & Now Now on Tap.”

2.Once you’ve enabled it, simply open the snap you just received on Snapchat and hold down the home button to activate Now on Tap. The screenshot can then be shared by clicking the share button on the left.

3. After that, choose Upload to Photos to upload the picture to Google Photos. The snapshot will be kept and the sender won’t receive any further notifications.

Really cool, no? We repeatedly tested the technique, and each time it was perfect.