Redmi K20 Pro google camera

Google Camera App for Redmi K20 Pro: Here’s How to Install It?

Google Camera app is probably the best camera app for an Android device out there. Over the last few months, we have seen a great increase in the number of devices compatible with the Pixel’s camera app. This increasing number of devices list includes the latest flagship killer, the Redmi K20 Pro.

Redmi K20 Pro Google Camera App

Google Camera (Gcam) app is well known for its HDR+ mode, night sight mode, AR stickers, and so on, but it was initially only available for Pixel devices. However, now many developers are trying to and able to port this new camera app onto a non-pixel device. So here we now have the Google camera for the Redmi K20 Pro ported by XDA forum senior member sannn111ty. Yes, it is a newly developed port, so there are a few noticeable bugs, but most of the Google camera app features are functional. So, with some compromise, we can get the best of the Redmi K20 Pro cameras.

Google Camera 6.2.030

This version of Google Camera just came out in May earlier this year. It comes with the latest Night Side mode and time-lapse mode, and to see this implemented on the Redmi K20 Pro so soon is a job well done by the developers. Since this is not a pixel device, there will be a few bugs here and there, but almost all of the features of this app provide noteworthy results.

How to Download the Redmi K20 Pro Gcam App & Install it Successfully?

1. Download the Google App .apk file on your device by visiting this link and store it in your internal storage.

2. Allow installation from unknown sources in your settings to enable installation of this .apk file. To do so,

  • Open Settings on your phone.
  • Tap on the “Apps and Notifications” section.
  • If you have downloaded the apk on Chrome, Firefox, or any other app, or if you have downloaded it elsewhere and moved it into your storage, depending on that, choose the app from the list that appears.
  • There, you will see a tab saying “Install Unknown Apps.”
  • Tap on that and then enable ” Allow from this source.”

3. After this, you need to head to the location where the .apk is stored and install it onto your device.

4. After successful installation, directly open the app and allow all permissions, and you are good to go.

Please note, as it is a beta version of the Gcam port for K20 Pro, some features don’t work properly, like the Telephoto lens (with HDR+ ON) and Slow Motion. We will update this article once the stable version is developed.

About Amal Talukdar

Amal is a tech worm who always keeps an eye on the latest tech news. Writing for tech related stuff is his passion. At DealNTech, he is responsible to update the readers with the latest phone news. Email: [email protected]

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