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Top 3 Ways to See Private Facebook Photos

author_icon Cody Walsh time_icon Last updated Feb 21, 2020 05:23 pm tips_icon Mobile Spy

Being one of the most popular social media websites in the world, Facebook gets flooded by numerous photos, videos, and posts every day. So Facebook has come up with strict privacy settings in order to protect the privacy of every account holder. Using these settings, users can make their accounts "Private". It means only a handful of people will be able to view their account details, let alone their photos.

facebook private settings

So, it will be very difficult to view photos from a private Facebook account without the account holder's consent. In order to get access to those data you will need the help of an effective Facebook private photo viewer, then and only then you will have unwarranted access.

Way 1: See Private Facebook Photos by KidsGuard Pro

Using a professional Facebook private picture viewer is the most efficient way to view photos from a private Facebook profile. There are several such programs available, which comes with the promise of doing the same but most of the time, they are false advertising for sale. So, we took the privilege and chose a great Facebook viewer for you and it is called KidsGuard Pro.

The app is capable of monitoring all the albums on the target device. If the owner of the target device downloads any pictures from Facebook, they will be stored inside the image folder. Besides that, an automatic screenshot feature is also available but it only works via Wi-Fi. This feature will help you to check the current screen activities on Facebook, so you can also take advantage of this feature to check the uploaded private Facebook photos.

Here are some major advantages of choosing KidsGuard Pro instead of other spy apps:

  • First of all, KidsGuard Pro is budget-friendly and available at a significantly cheaper price than its competitors.

  • The app works in stealth mode after the installation on the target device. There is no chance of detection.

  • The setup and operation are also very simple and can be completed within 3-5 minutes.

  • The app records data and captures screenshots in real-time.

  • You can check Facebook data remotely via its web-based control portal.

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Now, it's time to take a closer look into the operating procedure of Facebook private picture viewer- KidsGuard Pro. As mentioned that KidsGuard Pro is easy to operate. The app is readily available online and once you have access to the target device, you can immediately download and install it. The detailed steps on how to see hidden photos for Facebook are display below.

Step 1: You should register an account with KidsGuard Pro. Then, you can select a pricing plan that works best for you.

Step 2: After that, you have to anyhow get access to the targets mobile and open it. Open a browser and visit Download KidsGuard Pro Assistant.

download the app on the target device

Step 3: Now, tap on the downloaded APK file and begin the installation of KidsGuard Pro Assistant. After completing the installation, log in to the same account and type the basic info. Then, the on-screen setup wizard will be launched and you have to configure the device by providing the necessary permissions.

install the app

Step 4: Now, you can leave the target device and sign into KidsGuard Pro online dashboard throught another device. You will be able to monitor all the activities happening on the device, including the access to the private Facebook photos associated with that mobile number.

view facebook photos

This is the most effective way to view photos from a private Facebook account. Using KidsGuard Pro won't requir you for Facebook account password, and you can spy on Facebook without others knowing. There are other ways to do the same. They may not be as effective but you can have a look .

Way 2: View Private Facebook Photos via Source Code

This procedure is quite different from the previous one and difficult too. But it can help you to view those private photos. In order to do that, you have to open the target account and use an internet browser to view the source code.

So, open the Facebook account and right-click on it. A drop-menu will appear and click on "View Source Code" option.

Immediately a page containing all the source code will open, click on the page and then tap "Ctrl + F" on the keyboard. A blank box will appear on the top of the source page.

In this black box, you have to type the codes provided below one by one. You are not required to use all of them, start from the beginning and keep entering until one of them works and you get to see private Facebook pictures on the screen.

private photos source code

  • Poke­_target=

  • Profileid="

  • Profileid=

  • Profile_id:

  • actorIDs:

  • data-referrerid=

  • data-profileid=

  • profile_id":

  • feed_subtitle_

  • actorid:

  • ownerid:

  • author:

Way 3: View Private Facebook Photos using Findmyfbid

Findmyfbid is a website that you can use to see private Facebook photos. You just have to open the website:

Then, open the target Facebook account and copy the URL and paste the in the website's blank box and click on the "Submit" button. Now you just have to wait for the website to provide you with the results.

The website will provide you with the results, which is the Facebook owner's ID.

Now, open any browser you prefer and paste the following:

Now, after receiving the results from Findmyfbid website, you need to paste the results between the /…………../ place.



We know that it is very difficult to view photos that belong to a private Facebook account. Facebook privacy settings are really strict and they are very hard to overcome. This is the reason an effective program is required that is capable of breaking through that security with ease. For this purpose,KidsGuard Pro is recommended. It is reliable, effective and can be used very easily by even a novice user.

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By Cody Walsh

Posted on Sep 12, 2019 ( Updated: Feb 21, 2020 )

An experienced technology blogger and editor who has spent more than a decade writing about software, gadgets, and computing etc all over the Internet.