Google’s camera app is one of the best-known in the tech world for good reason. The Google Camera, as it is known in the Play Store, (or also Gcam) works the software like no other.
However, the installation is not always simple. To install the same application from Google you must have the Android smartphone with root, however, there is always a way to get things around. That’s why I love the Android system.
This Gcam APK is basically the same from Google’s camera but developed by another developer who replicated the code and took the lines that prohibit it from installing on non-root or “non-Google” smartphones. That is, it is exactly the same thing.
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Which smartphones can you install this Google Camera
So far I have had no problems installing the Google Camera on the Huawei P30, Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S, Mi Mix 3 and OnePlus 6T. That is, this indicates to me that most smartphones will work without a problem.
However, not all versions work on all devices. For example, in the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S, the version is not the same as the Huawei P30 Pro. The Huawei P30 Pro can get the latest version, in the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S already gets the penultimate. That is, it’s a matter of trying which version will work on your smartphone.
How to install Google Camera on your Android smartphone
2. Choose the version most suitable for your smartphone.
3. Install the APK on your device
4. Open the application and try and confirm that it has no bugs.
Go Experimenting and Comparing
Google Camera is not always perfect for your smartphone. For example, as much as you enjoy Gcam’s design more than Huawei’s, the versatility of the Huawei P30 Pro’s manual mode conquer me. So, in this case, I prefer the Huawei camera instead of Google Camera. But take pictures with both and compare the difference.
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