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Default Camera apps from xperia m required

I own an xperia sp
But the quality of pics is not as good as xperia m
I am thinking of trying xperia m's camera app in ma xsp
So please any1 can upload xperia m's camera files?(4.1.2)
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I own an xperia sp
But the quality of pics is not as good as xperia m
I am thinking of trying xperia m's camera app in ma xsp
So please any1 can upload xperia m's camera files?(4.1.2)
Thanks
I don't know what files are needed but you could try the Cybershot mod on the Themes and Apps section of the Xperia M Forum.
But i recommend either using the Xperia L camera files or not trying at all because the screen resolutions are different.
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