Are you tired of your Snapchat photos and videos automatically saving to your camera roll? This can take up a lot of storage space on your device and also compromise your privacy. Fortunately, there are ways to stop snaps from saving to camera roll. In this article, we will guide you through the steps.
Step 1: Open Snapchat Settings
The first step is to open your Snapchat settings by tapping on your profile icon and then tapping on the gear icon in the top right corner of the screen.
Step 2: Select Memories
Next, scroll down until you see the “Memories” section and tap on it. This is where you can manage your saved snaps.
Step 3: Turn off Auto-Save
In the Memories section, you will see an option called “Save To…”. Tap on it and select “Camera Roll Only” or “My Eyes Only” instead of “Memories & Camera Roll”. This will turn off auto-save and prevent your snaps from automatically saving to your camera roll.
Step 4: Delete Previously Saved Snaps
If you have previously saved snaps in your camera roll, you will need to delete them manually. Go to your camera roll, select the snaps you want to delete, and tap on the trash can icon. This will remove them from your device.
Step 5: Clear Snapchat Cache
If you continue to have issues with snaps saving to your camera roll, you may need to clear your Snapchat cache. Go to your Snapchat settings, scroll down to the “Account Actions” section, and tap on “Clear Cache”. This will remove any temporary files that may be causing the problem.
Step 6: Update Snapchat
If none of the above steps work, you may need to update your Snapchat app to the latest version. Go to your device’s app store, search for Snapchat, and tap on “Update”. This will ensure that you have the most recent version of the app with the latest bug fixes.
By following these steps, you can stop snaps from saving to your camera roll and preserve your privacy. Remember to regularly clear your cache and update your app to prevent any future issues.