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MORE INFO ON THIS: Let me know if you can replicate this (super-creepy) bug. I mean, jeez, who knows how many photos SnapChat has been taking of people in, you know, compromising situations without their knowledge.
Instructions: Leave SnapChat open and then lock your phone. When you unlock you phone, it will instantly take a photo of whatever the camera sees (WITHOUT you pressing the record button) and save it in a data folder. This seems to happen more often if the camera is in landscape mode than portrait mode, for some reason.
To access the folder with the secret photos, use a program like iFunBox. Plug in your iPhone and then navigate to User Applications / SnapChat / Library / Caches / Snapshots / tom.toyopagroup.picaboo / Main.
You can also open that folder with your iPhone plugged in, lock the phone with snapchat open, and then unlock it. Then refresh the folder and you’ll probably find a phone there of whatever the phone was looking at when you unlocked it.
Anyway, let me know in the comments if you can replicate the problem. Also, does this happen on Android?
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