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Camera Roll Upload Tutorial

  • thanks for the tutorial.I was finding it from long time. Best Tutorial.

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  • Thanks, I have been looking for a lot on this

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  • i try to make it but it is rejected by snapchat

    can you tell me whats the problem?


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  • If you\re having issues with the tutorial, try this

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  • awesome bro

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  • randaahmedmaajam

    replacing the whole camera view with a picture uploaded is not allowed by snapchat.

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  • But this is rejected!

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  • hi bro Mikael can you send me the project uploads camera roll right one. Cuz iam tired I always create but company say rejected can you help me send me your project upload camera roll.

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  • Hey Hamoka7,

    I cant do anything about that unfortunately, You will have to find a way to work around that.

    None of of my "camera roll lenses" is available and is taken down. I haven't figured a way to work around it. 

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  • Okay bro thx

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  • Hey. So I followed all the steps and it worked great! When I go to use Ye filter it lets me select the photo and puts the photo on the screen hit when I click the button to take the photo it doesn’t take the photo with my image that was uploaded. How do I fix that?

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