Now that we’ve got the Snapchat SDK set up and integrated into our app, it’s time to start using it! In this section, we’ll learn how to access the Snapchat camera so that we can take photos and videos within our app.
First, let’s add a button to our app’s UI that will open the Snapchat camera when tapped. Open MainActivity.java and add the following code to the onCreate() method:
How to allow snapchat to access camera
If you’re having trouble allowing snapchat to access your camera, don’t worry! We’re here to help. In this article, we’ll walk you through the process of granting snapchat access to your camera and troubleshooting any potential errors. Thanks for reading and be sure to keep an eye out for more great content from us here at Appamatix.
What is Snapchat Camera Access and how does it work
The Snapchat Camera Access feature allows you to take photos and videos within the app using the Snapchat camera. This is a great way to share content with your friends or family without having to leave the app. To access the Snapchat camera, simply tap the button in the UI that we added in the previous section.
Once you’ve tapped the button, the Snapchat camera will open and you can start taking photos and videos. To take a photo, simply tap the shutter button. To record a video, hold down the shutter button. You can also switch between the front and rear cameras by tapping the switch camera button.
How to enable Snapchat Camera Access on your device
In order to use the Snapchat Camera Access feature, you’ll need to enable it on your device. To do this, open the Snapchat app and tap the gear icon in the top right corner of the screen.
Next, tap on “Manage Preferences” and then scroll down and tap on “Allow Snapchat to access my camera.” You should see a message saying that Snapchat has been granted permission to access your camera. If you don’t see this message, make sure that you’ve enabled the feature in the previous step.