Enable Camera2API and Install Gcam latest version on Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1.
Please do note that enabling Camera2Api does not void warranty of the device.
Gcam is also known as Google Camera and Some of the third party developers have created Modded versions of Google Camera to the devices which support Camera2Api option.
Google camera/Gcam Mod allows the devices to utilize the best camera settings available for the device.
By default, In Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 Camera2Api is disabled. Just one line of code is to be entered in CMD or Powershell to enable Camera2Api.
- Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1
- USB Cable
Steps to Enable Camera2API on Max Pro M1
1) Go to Settings > About phone > Build Number
Tap on Build Number 7 times. P
2) Go to Settings > System > Developer options > Toggle USB Debugging
A popup will appear to confirm the changes, Tap OK.
3) Next step is to enter Fastboot mode,
Steps to enter Fastboot mode:
– Switch Off your phone
– Press and hold the ‘Power’ and ‘Volume up’ buttons together for few seconds.
5) Connect your phone to PC,
Launch Command Prompt (CMD) or Powershell Window or Linux Terminal based on your OS.
6) Make sure USB drivers and ADB are installed correctly.
7) Enter this line of code in the terminal and Hit Enter
Windows Command Prompt:
fastboot oem enable_camera_hal3 true
.\fastboot oem enable_camera_hal3 true
macOS or Linux Terminal:
./fastboot oem enable_camera_hal3 true
After you hit Enter, Camera2Api will be enabled. And now, you need to download the latest Gcam version available for your device.
Latest GCAM version – Click on this link
Recommended Developer for Gcam – Arnova8G2
Enabling Camera2Api doesn’t root your phone nor it voids warranty.
It is easy and safe to enable this option.
If you face any issues regarding this topic, please do comment in the comment section. I’d be glad to help you.
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