Enable 4K Recording on Galaxy S7/Edge [ HDR + QHD@60fps Video ]

By default, Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge’s camera is not capable of shooting 4K HDR and QHD@60FPS videos. With a little workaround, you can enable both these options on the phone. The popular Zero Camera Mod has made it to the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge now. Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge owners can now enable 4K HDR + QHD@60FPS Video Recording on their phones. Here is how you can install the Zero Camera Mod on the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge.

Alongside enabling 4K HDR and QHD@60FPS, Zero Camera also introduces a number of other handful features. AutoFocus tracking is now available for all photography modes. The bitrates have increased and the JPG quality for single and burst shot photos has been enhanced. Furthermore, Zero Camera Mod is integrated into the latest version of Samsung’s camera application. With the Zero Camera app, users can also remove the 4GB size limit from the videos. You can also set the custom shutter speed. Usually, the camera doesn’t open up when your battery is below 15%. With this Mod, you can kick away that battery percentage limit as well.

Zero Camera Mod works on both the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge’s all variants. Some of the features of this Mod only work on the Exynos variants of these phones. Rest of the features work on both the Exynos and Snapdragon-powered smartphones.

There are two different methods to install the Zero Camera Mod on the Galaxy S7/S7 Edge. You can either flash it through a custom recovery or install its application. The application is standalone, but it’s paid. Flashable Mod brings all the basic features. The application has some exclusive features, but obviously, you have to pay for them. It’s completely your choice how you want to install it. Let’s have a look at the installation method now.

Enable 4K HDR + QHD@60fps Video Recording on Galaxy S7/Edge with Zero Camera Mod

  1. Install TWRP Recovery on your Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.
  2. Download zeroCameraS7_6559_v1.zip file and copy it to your phone’s internal storage.
  3. Boot your Galaxy S7/S7 Edge into TWRP recovery mode. To do so, power it off first. Turn it on by pressing and holding Volume Up + Home + Power Key.
  4. Now in the TWRP recovery, tap Install > Locate and select zeroCameraS7_6559_v1.zip.
  5. Swipe screen to flash the file now.
  6. Once done, reboot system.
  7. Now open Camera application and check out the enhanced features.

Want an easier method? Use the Camera Mod S7 application.

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