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Discuss HowTo: Take screenshots using built-in SpringBoard hidden feature at the Free Toolchain Software (Cydia App's) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by silenc3 I installed the enabler app through installer, but the images were ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by silenc3 View Post
    I installed the enabler app through installer, but the images were always blurry regardless of how long I waited to view them in camera roll. After restarting, the images started to turn out good. Whenever I click on the picture in camera roll, it would look great. However, if I browsed through camera roll (to view other screenshots), they would again be blurry. If I exit the photos app (by pressing home), and then going back in, the first screenshot picture that I click is always clear, the others blurry.

    For example, let's say I have 2 screenshots, pic1 and pic2. If I open camera roll, and click on pic1, pic1 would be clear. If I then scrolled to pic2, pic2 would be blurry. If I exit camera roll, and then open it again and click on pic2 first, pic2 would be clear, but if I scroll to pic1, pic1 it would be blurry.

    Really awkward.
    But they do look great on your computer, and that's what matters, isn't it? If you want to look at the screen of your iPhone, you don't need to start Camera Roll...
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    noob question: how do you take screenshots on 2.x ?

    Never had to, and now that I need it, doesn't seem to work.
    (I edited the plists mentionned in this thread)

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    You just hold down the power button and then press home, its one of 2.0 features, no hacks required

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dhalilahma View Post
    You just hold down the power button and then press home, its one of 2.0 features, no hacks required
    Just found out ! lol

    I kept pressing Home+mute ...

    Thanks !

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    On 2.1 hold HOME Button and Then press the power on/off button you get camera sound and Flash effect snapshot then lands in the camera roll


 

 
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