Download ( GCam ) Google Camera for Redmi Note 8 Pro


If you happen to own a Redmi Note 8 Pro. I got good news for you, the best camera app which is called GCam or Google Camera is available for Redmi Note 8 Pro. In this post, I’ll explain to you how to download Google Camera for Redmi Note 8 Pro & Install it.

It may seem came as a surprise to you that I am saying I’ll tell you how to install Google Camera on Redmi Note 8 Pro. Well, it looks easy but it’s not, most of the time we install GCam APK, change few settings and we are good to go. But not in this case, you have to do a bit more than usual.

So before I begin let me tell a bit about Google Camera Port APK. Well, all know that all the manufacturers are working hard to improve their cameras. Moreover, we have seen a number of devices came out with the best smartphone camera you can have. However, when it comes to Googe this is not the case. Google is going in another direction and they are working their best to provide the best software for Cameras. Google Camera is the best example you can get. It works on other devices and we have seen in the past, using Google Camera we took some mind-blowing shots.

That is the very reason why all the Android device users want Google Camera Port for their device. Google Camera Port is based on the original Pixel Stock camera app. Along with all the features that you see in Pixel devices. Since Google Pixel devices have Snapdragon chipset, that means we can easily use Google Camera Port on any other Snapdragon devices.

Now you all be wondering Redmi Note 8 Pro is running the MTK chipset and how is it possible to install GCam port on Redmi Note 8 Pro. I thought the same but thanks to XDA senior member, Wyroczen, he found a way to Install Google Camera on Redmi Note 8 Pro.

You will get the idea of how Wyroczen was able to port the Google Camera Port for Redmi Note 8 Pro. Keep on reading and you will see for your self.

Read more: Download cstark27’s GCam APK – Google Camera Port for Pixel 1/2/3/3a/4


Google Camera for Redmi Note 8 Pro:

You will get the download links below. But let me shed some light on the main features of GCam Port for Redmi Note 8 Pro.

After installing Google Camera Port you will get features like HDR+, Lens Blur, Panorama, Portrait, Night Sight, Photo-Sphere, Photo Booth, Slow Motion and more.

Google Camera for Redmi Note 8 Pro

Excited, let’s move on and provide you the download links to all the files that are required to install GCam on Redmi Note 8 Pro.

Downloads GCam for Redmi Note 8 Pro:

This time you will require two files to make GCam work for you. One is GCam Port APK and the other one is XML File, this one will do the magic for you.

Installation Process:

Time needed: 5 minutes.

Heed the instructions below in the same manner. That way you will have no problems on the way.

  1. Create GCam Directory.

    First head over to My Files on your Redmi Note 8 Pro. Here you need to create a GCam folder or Directory -> Inside it Create another directory ( Configs ).

  2. Place XML File in Configs Directory:

    Download the wyroczen_rn8pro_3.xml file from the links given above. Once it is downloaded, place it in the Configs directory.

  3. Install the GCam Port APK file.

    Now Install the APK as you used to do. You need to create the GCam directory and place the XML configuration file in it otherwise Google Camera Port won’t work properly on your device.

  4. Launch the GCam Port.

    Now that everything is in order. Launch the Google Camera on your Redmi Note 8 Pro. Tap on the dark space, a new dialogue box will show up. Tap on restore.

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That’s all. You have successfully Installed ( GCam ) Google Camera for Redmi Note 8 Pro. Please try mu guide and let me know if you face any problem.

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