My ROM is Codename Phoenix, but the front camera does not work. Can you confirm or do I have something wrong? The Fix Module in Magisk I have installed.
Stable settings for Arnova's Pixel2Mod v6.
» In order to enable all features on the 3/3T front camera, you'll need the front camera fix.
» If you don't have the front camera fix, go to Settings > Advanced, enable the "Disable front HDR+" option and restart the app.
» After changing something, restart the app so the new settings are applied.
"Pixel2Mod" apks don't require configuration, but on top of the usual options (camera sounds, video resolution, etc) there are a few things you can change:
Settings > Advanced:
» Config camera HDR+:
-- "Auto": The best setting. Uses "Nexus 6 Auto" for the rear camera and "Pixel 2017" for the front camera.
-- "Nexus 6 Auto": Stable, enables a the ZSL option that doesn't seem to work.
-- "Pixel 2017": Quick, ZSL enabled by default, less stable on "hard" conditions (eg: may crash on bright conditions).
» HDR+ parameters: "Default" is enough for most people. Higher settings may produce better photos, specially in hard conditions, but it takes more time to process.
» Improved Sharpness: Sharper images and better details. Downside: more noise.
» Disable front HDR+: In case you don't have the front camera fix installed, fixes the black viewfinder issue.
» Enable Lens Blur: Replace Portrait Mode with the old Lens Blur.
» HDR+ image quality: Change the jpg compression (a lower value results in smaller files, but quality is worse).
» HDR+ RAW+JPG: Save RAW files.
» Android Oreo users: if you can't see your photos from inside Google Camera, go to "Debugging and tools", uncheck "camera.use_photos" and restart the app.
» ZSL: Photos using ZSL may not look as good as the ones taken with normal speeds.
» Options/options names can be changed/removed depending on the version.
» Troubleshooting post.
» Android 8+;
» Google Photos app installed;
» Doesn't work when HDR enhanced or flash is enabled;
» Back camera photo resolution: (16:9) 12.1 megapixels (or any other 16.9 res)
Limitations and downsides:
» Motion photos don't work with the normal 4:3 (16.1) resolution.
» Since you selected a 12.1 resolution, normal photos will be saved using the same resolution.
» Motion photos only work on Google Photos. Other gallery apps only display a still image.
» File sizes are bigger than regular images (it contains the picture + video).
This is not a stable feature. Check the following links to learn how to enable AR stickers:
» Enable Google Pixel AR Stickers on the OnePlus 3/3T
» APKs from Arnova8G2
Dots don't show up in raw images, but they're a pain to deal with.Hey guys, this app is better than the stock one but I have the issue with the dot pattern.
Is there any settings where this pattern is not noticed? It's really annoying and I am thinking in returning the phone because of the camera, I don't mind to be a minor downgrade from my Nexus 5X but unfortunatly it has been more than that.
Dots don't show up in raw images, but they're a pain to deal with.
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Congratulations for your outstanding work on this.
I have the ultimate version of Gmod5 (version 1.7) and the portrait mode works for the rear camera, but when i enable the HDR+ for the front camera the app doesn't work, because the screen turns black.
I don´t have a custom ROM. There's any solution for this?
2017/01/04 – GCMod5 based on Mod By B-S-G
- Add toggle for portrait mode or Lens Blur
- AutoFocus enhancement and faster
- Support level override back in ZSl, front in ZSL_REPROCESSING and Level_3 for OP3/OP3t, MI5,Mi5s
- Black screen fix test
- Add 4K for devices that do not have it
** Please mention me in the thread of your device with a logcat or screenshots.
I use the latest Version that has the fix for the 5T (V7.7) and also have the V2 of the fix for the OP5T installed.
The dot issue is finally fixed which is great! Thank you for your great work and effort that went into fixing the Problem.
The only Problem that is left now is, that Photos taken in HDR+ mode are very dark in the center.
You can find 2 images attached. One with HDR+ activated and one without it.