Not to mention, the huge list of device support– both new and old. At this point, Paranoid Android has added support for a long list of smartphones including Xiaomi, OnePlus, realme, Nothing, Google, and more. It also introduced Topaz, which is based on Android 13 and is available for a host of Android devices. So if you own phones from one of these OEMs, I would highly recommend Paranoid Android to any other ROM on this list.
Quality isn’t as good as regular GCam, but it works on phones with these limitations. Since there’s no rule that applies to all phones, you need to test them yourself or ask on a thread or group for your phone. For example, the package firmware files name for Chrome is com.android.chrome. Users see a friendly name, but Android uses the package name. In most cases, the problem is either an incompatibility between the app and the Android version or a package name conflict. Find the specific OEM, device and a working port of this Camera APK by Google from the below list.
- Here is a gallery of screenshots that should give you an idea of what to expect from stock Android.
- While manufacturer and carrier additions can help, sometimes they can go a bit overboard.
- Thanks to the great community of Android users and developers who are there for Android users by promoting and making Custom ROMs and Custom GCam MOD APKs.
- If you need help, see the how to install an apk file guide.
- In this guide, we’ll go through eight methods to make the Nandroid method on Android phones.
- After enabling this, restart GCam and you should see buttons to switch cameras.
Once drivers are installed or updated, it is highly recommended that you restart your computer. There is one direct and most effective solution for both – that is to flash the Stock/Official ROM (original firmware) via specific tools.
The list may include distributions that come preinstalled on a device (stock ROM) or modifications of them. Firmware hacks usually take advantage of the firmware update facility on many devices to install or run themselves.