It's Easy to Save Videos From Facebook P

January 09 [Wed], 2013, 3:09
Apps likeandlet users send short messages, photos or videos that automatically self-destruct after a few seconds. However, it's actually very easy for a recipient to save some of those messages permanently -- and without the sender knowing.

Both apps will alert the sender if the recipient takes a screengrab of whatever was sent, of course, but by connecting your phone to a PC or Mac, the messages can be secretly offloaded without the sender knowing -- a possibility firstby BuzzFeed. For an , all you'll need is a third-party file manager like .

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For Poke, only videos can be permanently stored in this manner, and only videos that you haven't already viewed. But it's very easy. Once you've installed your file manager, connect your iPhone and you should see a list of your apps. Select the Poke folder, then navigate to Library>Caches>FBStore>315_14_>MediaCache. There you should see every Poke video that you haven't yet watched. (See screencap below.)

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From there, all you need to do is drag and drop the files to any other folder on your computer to copy and store them. After that, you can open the file in Poke, let it self-destruct, and the sender will be none the wiser.

Although permanent storage only works for videos in Poke, performing similar steps for Snapchat will let you save both videos and photos.


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