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[Google Camera] [AIO Package] [Magisk Required]

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By rkmadotra, Senior Member on 3rd March 2018, 06:56 AM
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Hello friends,
Most of you guys should be familiar with Google camera and it's few awesome features like Portrait mode, Lense blur and HDR+ etc. But there is lots of confusion how to install it on your device. You have to go multiple processes to achieve that properly. But when it comes to beginners, it's kinda impossible for them, I mean quite hard. So on request of some of you guys, I have come with all in one package (AIO) of Google camera. Only requirement is magisk must be installed and working properly. So let's start with the process.

If you don't know how to install magisk, head to this thread.

Step 1: download the google camera zip from here, it's packed as a magisk moudle.

Step 2: Open Magisk manager and swipe from left just as you do in most of the apps to see menu options. Choose "moudels" option and you will see all the modules installed if you have any. Tap the plus button in bottom of the screen and browse
the directory where you have downloaded the magisk moudle in step 1. Choose the downloaded files and it will start installing it in a black window. It may take upto 5-10 seconds to install.

Step 3: when installation completes reboot your device and you will see new app installed "Camera" in your device. That is the google camera. It should work flawlessly now.

Note: You can also flash the module via twrp recovery if you know how to do that.

Hit thanks you like my work.
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3rd March 2018, 08:24 AM |#2  
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Thanks Mate, I am installing it. And will give you feedback.

P.s. . It is working fine. Thanks developer @rkmadotra
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3rd March 2018, 11:20 AM |#3  
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cool, good work OP, this should make it much easier for beginners to install and use the awesome google cam

example picture i just took during dusk attached absolutely amazing picture quality, impossible to get with stock app!Click image for larger version

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3rd March 2018, 11:29 AM |#4  
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Omg
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4th March 2018, 08:53 PM |#5  
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On my device, when i enter settings it always crashes. Other then this, everything is fine. Thank you
7th March 2018, 03:17 AM |#7  
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thats the disadvantage of an AIO package: depending on phone model and firmware, a specific GCam port version will work better or worse. so best to try several different GCam versions and check which one works best in your particular situation.

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Originally Posted by rkmadotra

Hello friends,
Most of you guys should be familiar with Google camera and it's few awesome features like Portrait mode, Lense blur and HDR+ etc. But there is lots of confusion how to install it on your device. You have to go multiple processes to achieve that properly. But when it comes to beginners, it's kinda impossible for them, I mean quite hard. So on request of some of you guys, I have come with all in one package (AIO) of Google camera. Only requirement is magisk must be installed and working properly. So let's start with the process.

If you don't know how to install magisk, head to this thread.

Step 1: download the google camera zip from here, it's packed as a magisk moudle.

Step 2: Open Magisk manager and swipe from left just as you do in most of the apps to see menu options. Choose "moudels" option and you will see all the modules installed if you have any. Tap the plus button in bottom of the screen and browse
the directory where you have downloaded the magisk moudle in step 1. Choose the downloaded files and it will start installing it in a black window. It may take upto 5-10 seconds to install.

Step 3: when installation completes reboot your device and you will see new app installed "Camera" in your device. That is the google camera. It should work flawlessly now.

Note: You can also flash the module via twrp recovery if you know how to do that.

Hit thanks you like my work.

Thank you man everything works perfectly
7th March 2018, 10:01 AM |#9  
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Ah, finally an easy way.
Good job, works great on my Mi Max 2.
8th March 2018, 08:24 AM |#10  
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Thanks a lot. Easier than have to flash again TWRP.
12th March 2018, 09:44 AM |#11  
Thanks mate..it work...
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