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Can't see FPS with newest Snapchat release

  • Thanks for reporting this Deb along with all those details. I've informed the engineers to investigate; we will work hard to fix soon.


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  • Just wanted to add on to this too.

    This seems to be happening with newer taller devices. Something to do with UI placement of the "Cogwheel" icon for FPS, and RAM, etc.

    Would love to have this fixed asap! Thanks snap team!

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  • Hello,


    Since the last Snapchat app update on the phone last week, we now see the same problem : the "settings" button is not visible anymore, so we can't test the FPS.

    Is there any other way of testing it ? It's important because a Lens may be rejected if it's too slow.






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  • Hi there,

    Thank you for reporting this!

    We are aware of this issue and working on a fix in the near future.



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