Samsung has intensified its camera game with the Galaxy S10's dual and triple-lens systems. As impressive as the hardware may be, the native Samsung Camera app, with image processing and video stabilization, is still not as good as the Google Camera app for pixel phones. Luckily, you can get the best of both worlds.
XDA members Arnova8g2 and cstark27 have successfully ported Google Camera to take full advantage of the Snapdragon variant of the S1
Step 1: Install GCam
You must contact Google Camera Port (commonly known as GCam). Tap the link below to download the APK. Please note that the modified app was developed for the Snapdragon variant of the S10, S10 + and S10e.
After downloading GCam, install the app by tapping the "Download complete" message in the notification panel of your S10. Make sure your browser can install unknown apps and tap Install when prompted.
Step 2: Downloading the configuration file
Next, you need to download the configuration files for Google The just-installed camera port ensures that it works optimally with multiple cameras on your S10. Click the following link to download the file to your device.
Now that you have downloaded the file, you must extract it to the correct folder. Therefore, open the My Files app on your S10 (in the "Samsung" folder ") and long press on" GCam.zip "in the" Recent files "tab and press" Move "in the lower left corner of the screen Tap "<" at the top right to return to the main page and select "Internal Memory."
If you are in the "Internal Memory" area, tap "GCam" then "OK". Scroll down to the bottom right of the ZIP file, tap the ZIP file again and select "Extract" from the menu bar below to unpack the file.
Do not worry if You have extracted into the wrong folder as you can long press in the XML files and move them to the original "configs" folder as in the third GIF above.At the end, the path for the saved files should look like this:  Internal memory> GCam> Config> s10csMar2.xml
Set sure the path is exactly as it appears above. Otherwise, GCam can not read the configuration files that will be needed later.
With everything you need on hand, you now need to save a configuration setting in GCam to make sure your S10's cameras are fully utilized. To quickly set up a configuration file, open the app and tap the black area around the trigger to display the Choose config menu. Then select the latest "s10csMar2.xml" from the drop-down menu. Click "Restore" when you're done and done.
After doing everything installed and properly configured, you can now take pictures and record videos with your new Google Camera As can be seen in the photos below, GCam and Samsung Camera work similarly on a sunny day, although the former offers slightly more vibrant colors and offers livelier details compared to the latter.
However, if you want to shoot in dark lighting, thanks to the night vision feature, GCam will undoubtedly win the Samsung camera. As can be seen in the photos below, GCam makes much brighter images in dark environments compared to Samsung Camera and the Scene Optimizer feature. This feature alone should make GCam a must-have if you like taking photos at night.
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