How to Install Google Camera on Android Devices?
Google Pixel series is famous for its camera. The Google Camera is well known for its high quality in photographing by its particular arithmetic. It is preinstalled on Pixel phones and can be applied in other types of Android devices. However, as it is unavailable on Play Store, you need to make attempts to install it on other Android phones.
In this article, we will guide you on how to install this excellent camera on your Android mobile through APK files. Pay attention! There is a new version of Google Camera 7.1, but it’s only available on the Pixel series as well as Android 10. Therefore, even if you install the earlier version, it can still enhance the experience of taking photos. Please be patient and follow these steps below:
Check if you have Camera2 API permission.
1 Camera2 API decides whether the Google Camera app has access to the detail functions of your camera system. If it can get all the permissions, it can be used on your device once it is installed. Or, you need to do more to make Google Camera app work. To check whether you have the permission, just download Camera2 API below or from the Play Store.
2 If you have a green checkmark before LEVEL_3 like the picture below, then you already have the permission. Otherwise, you need to follow these steps below
Enable Camera2 API if necessary.
1 If your device doesn’t have Camera2 API permission, download BuildProp Editor app and grant it root access.
2 Download KingRoot or other apps if your device was not rooted.
3 Click the pen icon on the right to edit the build.prop
4 Enter the following line at the end and save.
Choose the right APK file for your device.
1 Since there are various kinds of Google Camera Mods for each type of Android Mobile, you should choose the perfect one for your device from celsoazevedo.com.
2 If your device is Pixel series, just download the latest version of Google Camera from our website: