Google’s Camera is one of the most popular, developed by Google for industry-leading pixel devices. Google doesn’t make Gcam available for Public use either they allow OEM to provide Google Cameras out of the box. Following the craze of Gcams on Android, Google Camera Maintainers uses it to build scripts to create new update packages that allow users to install them on their devices.

If you wonder how you can pick and install the correct Google Camera on your device, this guide will help you to choose and download the perfect Google Camera for you. There is a lot of Google Camera available, Check out the following Google Camera Port to download and install Google Cameras on your Android Device.

Download Google Camera MOD

These are not officially distributed by Google, a community of Google Camera Port Developers that shares the Gcam Mod.

   Download NGCam_8.2.300-v1.1

All App Version Download from Nikita

It is important to download the correct Gcam, if you don’t find it then you should check if a similar version matches your device environment.

NGCam_8.2.300-v1.1 By Nikita: Changelog, and Support

We have share the NGCam_8.2.300-v1.1 by Nikita in this article, Checkout the Changelog, Support and Supported device.

List of Supported Devices

These are the known working device with these Google Camera Ports: Download Gcam for the following devices:

Google Camera Port Installation Guide

Most of the modern and latest smartphone do support Google Camera Installation by defauly. It always been quite easy, so without further ado let’s check it out.


  • Camera2 API should be Enabled (Check using Camera 2 API Probe)
  • Android 7.0 or above
  • Gapps or microG installed on your device
  • Enable ‘unknown source installation.’

How to Install Google Camera on Your Device

  • Download the Compatible Package
  • Go to the download folder and Install the Apk package
  • Once it installed, Launch It.
  • That’s it!

Note: If you face any difficulty with launching or opening, try to tweak the settings accordingly or try a different Gcam Port. Additionally installed an additional XML configuration file and restart it to check if you are still encountering the same error.

Google puts a lot of effort into their camera software instead of relying on hardware, by using Google Camera Software you can potentially improve the experience. Hopefully, this guide remains helpful for you and you have successfully installed the Google Camera on your device. If there is any query, share with us the comment section down below.