How to Install Modded Google Camera On Samsung Galaxy S10

How to Install Modded Google Camera On Samsung Galaxy S10

Step 1: Download the modded GCam APK on your Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, or Galaxy S10+. This is only for the Snapdragon variant of the Galaxy S10. Apart from support for the primary 12MP shooter, this version also supports the ultra-wide angle shooter.

For Exynos-powered Galaxy S10 units, users need to download all the three modded APKs and install it. You will have three different modded GCam versions installed on your Galaxy S10. Each of them is fine-tuned for different settings so depending on the scene you want to capture, shoot images from the relevant app.

The Exynos variant is less stable and has plenty of issues as of now so you are more likely to run into issues.

Step 2: Snapdragon Galaxy S10 owners also need to download an XML file containing some changes related to their device from here. Transfer this XML file to /GCam/Configs folder on the internal storage of your Galaxy S10. This folder needs to be created manually.

Step 3: Go ahead and install the APK like you would sideload any other app on your Galaxy S10. Snapdragon Galaxy S10 users then need to import the XML file into Google Camera. For this, double tap the area below the shutter button to bring up the importer. Then select the config file from the list.

Step 4: With everything done, you can now use Google Camera on your Galaxy S10 to shoot photos. Remember that most differences are going to be only visible when taking low-light shots. Plus, the overall experience is going to be better for Snapdragon-powered Galaxy S10 units as Exynos Galaxy S10 units are more likely to run into stability issues and sub-par photos.