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It might probably due to permissions error in KitKat (and Lollipop) running Android phones. ♦ Layman Solution : The most common way is to reboot your android phone and try taking the screenshot. If it doesn't cut it, try going into safe mode and come back to normal mode back. ♦ Professional Solution : Wipe dalvik cache in recovery mode. ♦ For Xiaomi users ...


So basically, when you are putting something in the file system (like when you are taking a screenshot) you have to broadcast ACTION_MEDIA_SCANNER_SCAN_FILE so that other applications are aware of it (otherwise android photo gallery can not display your screenshot). So Snapchat has to wait for that broadcast and when it receives the broadcast it just has to ...


Even with development tools, screenshots are only of the pixel size of the device. You could try running the app in a emulator with higher resolution but all of those pixels may cause the emulator to lag. Or get a device like a Nexus 10 which runs at the higher resolutions.

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