Pixel is the best smartphone for cameras, and is largely software-based. While the hardware is solid, Google's machine learning abilities and general coding technique are the main reasons why pixels are especially good for taking pictures and taking videos. This means that if you get the camera software from Pixel, you can replicate the Pixel Camera experience on other phones.
Thanks to some unflinching developers of XDA, you can use the same Google Camera app that uses almost any Android pixel ̵
There are several versions of the Google Camera connector that have been developed for different phones. To get started, go to the Google Camera Mod XDA download page and find your device in the list. When you find it, tap the top link in the "Google Camera Port" column to download the APK installation file.
Step 2: Install the Google Camera app
After you have downloaded Google Camera APK. You can now install it by tapping the "Download complete" warning in the notification panel of your phone. From there, click "Install" when prompted, followed by "Done" to complete the process.
For some devices, such as the Galaxy S10, you may need to do this to download and set a Google Camera Port configuration file to work optimally. Please continue with the instructions below for more information on this process. Note, however, that the guide only covers downloading and setting up configuration files, and does not affect other files or mods that you may need to set up on some devices, such as Magisk modules, API activators, and so on.
Full Run: Install Google Camera on your Galaxy S10
Step 4: Test Google Camera
When you launch Google Camera for the first time, you need to grant some permissions , Once you've done that, you will be greeted by the main interface, which has basic camera settings such as "HDR", timer and flash at the top of the viewfinder, and the ability to change the camera mode tapping the bottom tabs to modify.
All in all, the app is very pretty Uncomplicated, check all available modes to get used to the UI, and you'll be well equipped to take better pictures – just use the Google Camera app instead of the standard You'll notice that pictures and videos you take simply look better .  If your Android device does support it, be sure to look for Night Sight to take noticeably brighter photos at night and in dark places. As you can see from the photos below, this feature makes a big difference when you take photos in poorly lit areas, and it seems that you're taking in all the available light to get a more vivid picture.
Google Camera has even more sleeves. There's also Google Playground, which lets you show AR stickers that come to life in your photos and videos. Watch our guide to this chic feature by clicking the following link:
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