The Snapchat diehard fans and regular users will be shocked to know that Snapchat doesn’t
completely deletes their ‘snaps’ as it promises. For those who are in habit of sexting it’s a
rude shock that their privacy is invaded and their secrecy is compromised to a great extent. A
YouTube video is being circulated on the popular social media network and other groups
which had stated with stunning proofs that Snaps are not completely deleted as expected.
YouTube User Discovers The Pandora Box In Snapchat
A YouTube User name Nick Keck had a uploaded a video which shows with essential proofs
that whatever content you share on the Snapchat messaging platform doesn’t really
disappear. He had affirmed that Snapchat is not habit of deleting any content whether it your
nude pics or shared as a part of sexting habit.
Decipher Cleverly Brings Back The Extinct Pictures
Few weeks before it was reported that a digital forensics company named Decipher was
actively extracting the Snapchat snaps which were thought to be extinct by cleverly
manipulating the file extension ‘.NOMEDIA’. Decipher had charged the consumers with a
whooping $300 to $500 for extracting their pictures by doing a simple change in file
extensions. Keck’s videos has helped in disclosing this ‘evil stunt’ casted by the Decipher
upon the honest and humble Snapchat users. Now the users could easily save their hard
earned money and could also extract their snaps by themselves.Wanna Bang Lorena So Bad Yo It Hurt
Snaps Could be Extracted from within the Device
Snapchat users had grown in manifold in past few months due to its disappearing messaging
service which makes the pictures and snaps disappears within a short while. This means that
the snaps could never be resurfaces by the sender and even the recipient can’t view the image
for more than a few seconds before such snaps self-destructs.
But this doesn’t seem to be case as per the video proof present on YouTube. Keck’s video has
revealed that Snapchat doesn’t actually deletes the photos but it buries within the depth of
the device. This video also makes it clear that the normal users could extract their snaps
without using any data-mining or file-extracting software or without even using a computer.
Keck Reveals the Path For Extracting In Simple Manner
Keck has formulated a simple path for iPhone users wherein users are required to go into his
iFile app to find the root of the data. Then click on ‘var’, ‘mobile’, ‘application’ in this order.
Finally a series of folder appears, users should look for the ‘20D’ named folder which keeps
all the deleted videos within ‘tmp’ folder.
Snapchat has happened to store every photo (in Android OS) in a folder named
‘RECIVED_IMAGE_SNAPS’ and an extension ‘.NOMEDIA’ is added before each photo
file which makes its extremely hard to find but not impossible. This is shows that the
Snapchat has deceived its users by claiming that they delete the content within a short while
but with this it was found they were actually saving the snaps. The best thing is that it is
saved within the device and could be extracted with ease.