To fix Snapchat filters not working, follow these steps based on the provided sources:

  1. Enable Snapchat Filters: Ensure that Snapchat filters are enabled in the app settings. In Snapchat, navigate to your profile, tap the gear icon (settings), scroll down to "Additional Services," and toggle "Filters" on.

  2. Update Snapchat: Install any available updates for Snapchat. On iOS, go to the App Store; on Android, visit the Google Play Store. Look for Snapchat and update if needed.

  3. Clear Snapchat Cache: Delete cached data to resolve potential issues. On Android, go to your Snapchat profile, tap the gear icon, select "Account Actions," and choose "Clear Cache." On iOS, open the Settings app, tap "General," then "Storage & iCloud Usage," locate Snapchat, and tap "Offload App" or "Delete App" (if offloading doesn't solve the issue).

  4. Reinstall Snapchat: Uninstall and reinstall the Snapchat app if the previous steps don't work. Be aware that you may lose saved data during this process.

  5. Check Location Services: Make sure that location services are enabled for Snapchat on your device. For iOS, go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services, ensure that Location Services is turned on for Snapchat ("While Using the App" or "Always"). For Android, open Settings, tap "Location," set location mode to "High Accuracy" or "Battery saving" (Android versions prior to 11) or "Device only"/"Battery saving" (for Android 11+). Find Snapchat in the app list and grant permission to access location.

  6. Restart Device: Sometimes, simply restarting your device can resolve temporary glitches. Power off your device completely, wait a few seconds, and then start it again.

  7. Contact Snapchat Support: If the issue persists, reach out to Snapchat support via the app itself or their official channels for additional guidance.

Remember to test each step before moving onto the next one, as trying different approaches sequentially increases the chances of solving the issue efficiently.