The developers managed to introduce the application "Google Camera"(GCAM), devices Google Pixel, on devices Android! Now, non-Pixel users will be able to use the "Astrophotography","HDR +"Portrait"Iconic Pixel"And many others.
What made the Google Pixel devices famous are strong possibilities that their camera has. Camera software may play a very important role, but Behind the incredible photos of Google Pixel is the GCam application.
Currently, there are many GCam ports available for Android on the Internet that have their pros and cons. One of these ports, that has gained immense popularity in recent months, is the "UltraCVM».
UltraCVM GCam promises to offer extra stability and improve quality, compared to other GCam ports. Another benefit is that includes all its functions camera Google Pixel, as it is based on version 7.0 of ports.
In the list of these possibilities is also support multiple image sensors and additional options such as "Tone Curve"," Gamma Curve","Exposure Compression", and other.
The question that remains, however, is: How to install UltraCVM GCam on an Android smartphone?
The answer is very simple, as is the UltraCVM installation process does not differ from those of previous GCam versions ports, all you have to do is follow the steps below.
- Download the latest APK UltraCVM v4.1, from here.
- Once the ARK file has been downloaded to your device, you can find it in the file manager and install it.
- In case you see the popup message "Allow installation from unknown sources", select "Accept".
- Find the GCam icon in the application file and click on it.
You can also use the settings file, which will allow your new camera to be configured according to your device. This way you will avoid any bugs and glitches in the application.
To enable it, go to UltraCVM v4.1 website settings file. Locate your device > download the requested XML folder. When the installation is complete, go to "Internal memory" and create a GCam Settings folder. All you have to do then is to transfer the configuration file there you downloaded. When you enter the application it will be ready for activation, selecting it settings folder > Reset.
The devices that support the settings are:
- Poco F1
- Poco X2 / Xiaomi Redmi K30
- My 8
- Mi 9T / Redmi K20
- Mi 9T Pro / Redmi K20 Pro
- Mi 10, 10 Pro, Note 10, etc
- We are A3
- Mi Mix 2
- Mi Mix 2s
- My Notes 3
- Redmi Note 7
- Redmi Note 8
- Notes redmi 9 Pro
- Samsung Galaxy S9, Note 9, S10, Note 10, etc. (Snapdragon)
- OnePlus 7, 7 PRO, 7T, 7T PRO, etc.
- OnePlus 8, 8 Pro
- Realme X2
- Asus Zenfone 6 (6z)
- Lenovo Z5 Pro GT
- Lenovo Z6 Pro
- LG V30
If you can't find your device on the list, just do it turn them off settings.
GCam is definitely a good solution for those who want to increase the camera's capabilities in their movements and make the most of them. However, because the installation Such applications are not made on their official website, it is recommended that those who are not familiar with unauthorized sources do not attempt it.