With the ever so increasing demands for good mobile cameras, smartphone manufacturers nowadays are heading for a periscope zoom lens or a quad camera lens setup. But Google is the only manufacturer who did not jump on the bandwagon of multiple cameras. In fact, the Google camera stock app has been adulated by many for its functionality and simplicity.
While Xiaomi recently launched the Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Note 7 Pro, the stock camera is nothing to write home about. The regular Note 7 is equipped with Samsung’s 48MP ISOCELL Bright GMI Sensor. The overall camera quality is good, but what Google’s Camera app does, no other app can achieve this feat. So, let’s give you folks a quick tour on how to sideload Google Cam’s latest apk on your Redmi Note 7, which comes with working Night Sight and requires no root. The process is very simple and it will take only 2 minutes for installation and other tweaks in the settings menu of G-Cam.
First and foremost, we’ll have to allow installation from unknown sources. To do that, open settings, scroll down to the system & Device section, select Additional Settings – Privacy – Unkown sources. Switch the toggle to allow installation of apps from outside the Google Play Store. If you don’t do this step, you won’t be able to install G-Cam on your Xiaomi device.
Download the app from the link given below and install it.
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After installation is complete, open G-Cam and allow all the permissions.
Now that the app is all set, let’s tweak it so that it can function properly. Go to G-Cam settings – Saturation Adjustments – Change the value:
So, this was our simple tour on how to sideload the G-Cam apk on your Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro. Note one thing that the same app won’t work for other Xiaomi devices, or for that matter, any other manufacturer. Let us know how the app functions for you.