Snapchat’s main feature is expiration. Send what you send and see what you see, everything has an expiration. You can send photos of all kinds. The bad thing is that you won’t be able to capture it, right? We show you how to take screenshots on Snapchat without anyone noticing.
The world’s greatest thinking minds are spinning ways to try and snap a screenshot of snaps without getting caught. Surely, as it has happened to everyone, you have been tempted to take a screenshot when you have been sent a snap, being hunted, exposed, and possibly with one less contact in your agenda.
But are there ways to take snapshots without getting caught? Is it possible to achieve that level of wisdom without risking a friendship or whatever? Yes, there are several ways to capture a snap without being hunted, and one of them is below.
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It is the simplest, cheapest, and most foolproof way to capture snaps without being hunted. Here all you will need is to take another mobile phone, or your tablet or a camera, and take the photo or recording with this second device, that simple.
To do this make sure you press the record button before you snap or you will have lost a juicy first second. The bad thing in this way is that, depending on the quality of your second device, it is likely that the snap will not be captured with excessive-quality, but something is better than nothing, right?
In itself, we are not facing an infallible form, but it will allow you to delay the notification that the other person receives to prepare a good excuse.
The first thing you should do is wait for the snap they’ve sent you to load fully, and you’ll know this when the square icon is completely solid. Now comes the good thing: disable the Wi-Fi of your phone, also Bluetooth, mobile data and everything that keeps you connected. Now just put it in airplane mode and launch the snap. Capture as much as you can, without fear, don’t be a coward. Wait 30 seconds and reactivate everything on the mobile.
Unfortunately, the other person will receive a notification that you have captured their snap a couple of minutes later. At this time, you can find any excuse to explain this notification, among which are the typical ones of “I have not done anything” or “I just captured the text”.
In case you do not know, QuickTime has an interesting screen capture option of everything that appears on the screen of your iPhone phone. This is the highest quality form possible, and best of all, the other person won’t see a single notification. Yes, it is a somewhat heavy and somewhat complicated form, but that will depend on whether the snap is worth it.
Connect your iPhone to the computer and open QuickTime. Choose ‘File’ and ‘Record New Movie.’ By clicking on the small recording arrow, you will have several options to choose from. Just look for the phone recording as the original source, which is usually at the top of those recording options that appear.
If you have done well, the mobile screen will appear on the computer screen. Now just hit QuickTime and run the snap. To later take the captures, take them directly from the recorded video and that’s it. You will have already managed to make Snapchat captures without anyone noticing.