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by accident I discovered you can take a photo of your desktop or what ever photo you have opened on the internet. anything. Just like in DFU mode you press
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    Default take a photo of your screen shot
    by accident I discovered you can take a photo of your desktop or what ever photo you have opened on the internet. anything.
    Just like in DFU mode you press the home button while holding down the off switch, but let go of the power button after a few seconds and the screen will briefly dim. At that point you have a photo in the library of what ever was on your screen. very cool.

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    This has been known since firmware 2.0 first came out.
    So long, and thanks for all the fish

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    its much easier to save a photo from the internet if you just tap and hold on the photo a message will come up asking if you want to save it....its pretty nice....hah
    Sent from my iPad

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    Quote Originally Posted by ltjbigshot View Post
    its much easier to save a photo from the internet if you just tap and hold on the photo a message will come up asking if you want to save it....its pretty nice....hah
    He's talking about a screen shot. Been known for months.

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