There are various camera packages and apps available today, but the best camera package of all by far is Google Camera app. Everyone wants it on their device.
Today, we will teach you how to get that on any android device.
Below are the instructions to successfully install Google Camera (GCam).
1) Download the free Camera2 API Probe app from the Play Store and open it. In the Camera2 API Page, look at the “Hardware Support Level” section. It must be any of the following:
LEGACY: These phones support only Camera1 API. No Camera2 API features are available here.
LIMITED: These phones support some, but not all, Camera2 API features.
FULL: These phones support all of the major capabilities of the Camera2 API.
LEVEL_3: These devices support YUV reprocessing and RAW image capture, along with additional output stream configurations.
If it shows “LIMITED”, “FULL” or “LEVEL_3” then you are good to go.
2) Your device must be on Android Pie or the latest Android 10 version because almost all the modded APKs are based on the newer APIs.
Steps To Install
1. Download the distinct Google Camera 7.0 APK for your device from the links below and install it.
- Poco F1 (Download, by san1ty)
- Redmi K20 / K20 Pro, OnePlus Devices (Download, by Parrot043)
- Redmi Note 5 Pro / 6 Pro / 7 / 7S / 7 Pro, Mi A3 / A2, Zenfone Max Pro M1 / M2 (Download, by Parrot043)
- Realme Devices (Download, by BSG)
2. The system may obstruct the installation as the file has been downloaded from a third-party source. However, to continue, tap on “Allow”.
3. Now the app is successfully installed, and you can use it.
Note: The APK might work on other smartphones but not tested.
How To Enable Astrophotography Mode
1- On some devices, this mode may not show up right away. To enable it manually, swipe down on the viewfinder and tap on Settings. Now, scroll and go to “About”.
2. Here, go to Advanced Settings, and look for “cuttle” and make sure it is flagged on.
3. Now, whenever you switch to Night Sight, it will ask you to initiate the astrophotography mode.