A key attraction of Snapchat is its photo-centric approach for communicating with your friends. With Snaps, you can easily keep your contacts updated with what you're up to, increase your Snapscore, and even maintain Snapstreaks with close ones. Snapchat may not allow you to send Snaps directly to friends in certain situations. Here are eight effective solutions to Snapchat not sending Snaps.

Snapchat Not Sending Snaps (2022).

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You should check first if you have the recipient on your friends list before going into the solutions to Snapchat not sending Snaps. Snaps cannot be sent if someone deletes you from Snapchat. To view your friends list, click the Bitmoji or profile icon in the upper-left corner. Select "My Friends "."


Now you will see the list of your Snapchat friends. To search for the username of a person, you can use the search field at the top. It is possible that they removed you from Snapchat if it doesn't show up. This also happens to be one of the easiest ways to know if someone has blocked you on Snapchat.


2. Snapchat Down?


Snapchat server problems could also be a reason you are unable to send Snaps. Snapchat does not have a live status page you can visit to check if it is down.

Having said that, you could always rely on third-party sites like Downdetector (visit) to know if Snapchat users are reporting outages. Furthermore, you could also check Snapchat's official Twitter support account for updates on server-related issues.

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You may be seeing an "Allow Snapchat access to your camera and your local storage to take photographs and videos, detect screenshots and more" error while opening Snapchat's interface. This is likely because you have either not allowed Snapchat access to your camera, or you have removed the permission. You can allow Snapchat access to your camera by pressing the "Turn on" button. The confirmation prompt will then ask you to allow Snapchat permission. Snapchat also allows you to check permissions via App Info-> Permissions.

Permissions for Cameras on iPhone

You can verify that Snapchat has permission to your iPhone camera using the following steps:

Click Settings > Snapchat. You will see the permissions Snapchat requested and whether you have allowed Snapchat to access them. If you don't have the toggle, enable it and it will be activated.


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You can check your internet connection to determine if you are experiencing problems with your Snaps. You should ensure that Wi-Fi is enabled and mobile data has been activated. While you are at it, you could also fire up a quick speed test to ensure that the network is reliable enough to send a Snap to your contacts.

5. Force Close Snapchat

Snapchat can be restarted if Snaps stop being sent. *To close Snapchat forcefully, hold down the long-press button and then press the "i". Press "Force Stop" when the page "App Information" appears.


Once the confirmation prompt displays, you can tap OK to confirm. Now, your phone will force you to quit Snapchat. Then, you can open Snapchat like normal and send Snaps again.


6. Clear Snapchat Cache

Snapchat can be cleared from its cache to avoid any glitches. Long-press Snapchat to clear Snapchat's cache. Next, press the "i” icon and view Snapchat's "App Information" page. After you are there, press "Storage and cache "**.".


To clear Snapchat's cache, simply tap on Clear cache. To test if the issue has been resolved, you can open Snapchat and send a Snap again.


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Try logging out and then logging back in to Snapchat. This will cause Snapchat to sync all your chats once again. It could fix the issue. Tap on the Bitmoji or profile icon to sign out. Next, press the Settings gear icon in the upper-right corner.


Scroll down to the bottom and click "Log out "**.". Next, click on "Log Out" in the popup to log out Snapchat. Then, sign back in using the credentials you have created for your account.


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It is not uncommon for major updates to server-side modifications to cause app features to be broken. This can be avoided by making sure the Snapchat app has the most recent version on the App Store and Play Store. Check again after updating Snapchat to verify that Snapchat continues sending Snaps.

Commonly Asked Questions

Q: Snaps are not sending data to you? **

If Snapchat does not send Snaps over mobile data, then you might try switching airplane mode to reconnect to the network. You might also try disabling VPN.

Q: Why isn't Snaps sending me pictures even though I have WiFi? **

You can check whether the Wi-Fi network is accessible and make sure that Snapchat has data access if you experience problems sending Snaps.

Q: Why is my Snap not being sent to one person? **

Snapchat may have blocked or unfriended you, causing you to be unable to send Snaps.

Snapchat Snaps Fixes: Save Snapstreaks

These are steps to take to fix Snapchat if it stops sending Snaps. Meanwhile, if you are facing other issues with Snapchat, head to our dedicated article on how to fix Snapchat. You might also find our article on recovering Snapchat Streaks helpful.