How to fix photos not saving to the Camera Roll on iPhone


In this tech-savvy world, everybody is fond of Apple devices, making it one of the most desired smartphones in today’s market. However, iPhone has its own problems. Just recently, many iPhone users have reported that their photos are not saved to the Camera Roll, and they even cannot send images via iMessages on their iPhone.

If you are among iOS users who have trouble with saving images to the Cameral Roll, there is a simple way that allows you to fix the issue without restoring your device.

In this tutorial, we will show you how to fix photos not saving to the Camera Roll on your iPhone.

Here is how to fix the issue with your images not saving to the Camera Roll

Step 1: The first thing you need to do is to restart your iPhone or iPad by pressing and holding the Sleep/Wake button until the “slide to power off” slider appears. Next up, you need to drag the slider to turn off.

Step 2: Once you have turned back on your device, launch the Camera app from your  home screen.

Step 3: While you are in the app, all you need to do now is to switch to Photo mode. After that, take a picture.

Step 4: Once you are done, you can view the photo that you captured earlier by tapping on the thumbnail located at the bottom left corner of your screen.


Step 5: Tap on the Share button in the bottom left corner and send that picture to your friend using iMessage.


Step 6: Finally, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button again to restart your device. Turn it back on, and all your newly captured pictures will be saved to your Camera Roll on your iPhone.

That’s it! Photos not saving to the Camera Roll is not a serious problem. However, this problem may annoy you. Nothing is worse than the fact that your pictures that capture beautiful moments are not getting saved to your Camera Roll. Hopefully, the above solution works best for you.

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