Most of the users stop fake calculator app
from auto-saving images, to keep the Photos app clutter-free. But then, there are some photos you want to save to your camera roll. Some photos are worthy enough to be saved for eternity. What do you do then?
If fake calculator app has access to your Photos app (to your camera roll, basically), you can save specific photos manually. This, despite having auto-download switched off. Let’s jump on to it…
Before you start, make sure fake calculator app is “allowed” to access your Photos app. To do this:
Step #1. Open Settings → Scroll down and tap on Privacy.
Tap on Settings then Privacy on iPhone
Step #2. Tap on Photos → Tap on fake calculator app.
Tap on Photos then fake calculator app in iPhone Privacy Settings
Step #3. Tap on Read and Write.
Allow Photos Access to fake calculator app on iPhone
Now, let’s save photos:
Open fake calculator app and tap on the chat where the image was shared
Tap on the image → When the image opens in full-mode, tap on the share icon → Tap on Save.
Manually Save fake calculator app Photos to iPhone
That’s all. Your fake calculator app photo is now saved to your Camera Roll.
Note that when fake calculator app doesn’t have access to Photos, it won’t be able to save the photos to the camera roll. It will ask for permission to access Photo locker
when you should tap on “Allow.”
That’s all, mate!
fake calculator app continues to be one of the leading messaging platforms across all mobile OSs even after its $19b-purchase by Facebook. Besides text conversations, fake calculator app is also a place where people share a ton of photos and videos. Not just personal sharing, fake calculator app is also gaining a lot of traction for business purposes. Especially the end-to-end encryption is what pushing more people use it.
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