How to install GCam 8.4.6 mod in all Android smartphones

Years go by and smartphone cameras are constantly advancing. We’re seeing the emergence of Periscope units with incredible magnification capabilities. In the same way, the resolution goes up with the advent of the first smartphone with a 200MP camera this year. While the numbers are getting more impressive, Google still maintains a modest profile when it comes to Google Pixel cameras. The Pixel 6 Pro has brought significant upgrades but is still not technically the same as what the major companies offer. Despite this, the phone is still capable of delivering top-notch photography. the secret? Google Camera app, the so-called GCam. Through this article, we will help you to install GCam 8.4.6 Mod.

Google Camera’s algorithms are made using Ancient Magic. Well, it’s a joke, but it makes perfect sense. The camera is one of the highlights of Google Pixel smartphones. After all, the algorithms behind the app, are responsible for the great photos taken by these devices. Google has been keeping its great photos with the same device for more than three years. The Pixel 6 brings some changes, but the software is still the secret. The Pixel 7 will likely bring upgrades, but Google will still rely on the software.

Google Camera has become popular in recent years, and like anything on Android, it can be ported to almost every device via the right-hand phone. GCAM has a strong community of developers and fans who are constantly working to improve the app and expand compatibility to third-party smartphones. BSG is one such talented developer. After multiple iterations of GCam, it keeps working with the latest GCam 8.4.600 mod.

We expect a new GCam mode to come soon with the release of the Pixel 6a series in May. Until then, you can try to shake the GCam 8.4.600 from BSG on your phone.

What is gcam?

In short, Gcam is a mod that aims to bring the Google Camera app to many smartphones and make sure that all the features work with them. There are many variations of Gcam. Some are for multiple Android devices, while others are specifically designed for a single smartphone. Currently, there are many developers working on Gcam and an active community of users who are using the Mod. To date, a large number of smartphones can easily work with GCam, since they run on recent versions of Android and also have support for the correct APIs. Don’t expect this MOD to run on a very old device without the necessary APIs. However, the developers are working to provide “global” compatibility with this MOD. Perhaps not all features will be available for your device. But you can still enjoy simplicity like HDR + or Night Mode.

Gcam 8.4 Key Features and Changelog:

  • – All changes moved from MGC_8.4.500_A10_V6 mod to google camera version 8.4.600
    – “Hard Level” has been added to Settings
    – Bugs were found in the modification work that have been fixed.

Tested on the following devices: OnePlus 3T, OnePlus 5T, OnePlus 6, OnePlus 7 Pro, OnePlus 7T Pro, OnePlus 8 Pro, OnePlus 8T, Samsung S20 Ultra, Poco x2, Poco X3, Redmi Note 7 Pro, Asus Zenfone, POCO X3 Pro, OnePlus 9, OnePlus 9R, OnePlus 9RT, OnePlus 9 Pro, Redmi Note 10, Redmi Note 10 Pro, Note 11 series and more.

How to download and install Google Camera 8.4.600 on your Android device

The new mod is available for almost every Android smartphone. However, there are some limitations, but the main one includes camera2 API support. Furthermore, you will need to make sure that your device is running at least Android 10. After all, Gcam 8.1 will not work with devices running Android 9.0 or below, but you can try your luck.

Download Gcam 8.4 by BSG

  • In the BSG Repository, click Download And install the APK provided (it’s a trial version [work-in-progress] So it may have some errors)
  • Select and install it (You will be asked to allow installation of the app from external sources, don’t worry that the app is safe).
  • Open Google Camera as soon as the icon appears in your launcher
  • Finished!
  • If you are running an older version of AndroidYou can try to download Gcam 7.3, 7.2, 7.1 or any mod compatible with your version. There are some device specific versions of GCam, you can refer to CelsoAzevedo repository for more information.
  • Make sure your device has camera2.API enabled. If you don’t know what this is, just type “camera 2 API checker, in Play Store. Download the respective app to make sure your device supports it”.
  • For more details, support and feedback, you can check out BSG in the GCam repository. You can also report potential bugs in our Telegram group focused on BSG GCam. For news and updates about the BSG GCam mod, you can refer to our Telegram channel. We can only thank this talented developer for his tremendous efforts to improve this platform.

If you have followed the whole process, feel free to leave your impressions in the comments section below. Good luck and God bless you!

Not giving an opinion: APK is from popular Gcam mod repository BSG. It is a beta version, so it may carry some bugs. All credits go to him and his partners.

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