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Get the perfect Google Camera Config file for your Android phone – Best Config File Gcam 7.3/7.2/7.0

Updated: Here are more Google Camera config files for most of the Android devices. These Gcam config files come from various developers like Parrot, Arnova, urnyx, etc. The config files work with the latest versions of Gcam 7.3/7.2/7/0 and more. So download the best Google Camera Config files for your Android phones.

Google Camera port is the best thing that happened to Android. Gcam mod is the best software you can get for your phone’s camera. The camera port has the potential to enhance the camera module on your Android device. Google recently updated the stunning Pixel camera to Gcam v6 with the revolutionary Night Sight feature. So developers across the globe soon started porting the latest Google Camera mod and all of its features to their Android phones. Currently, we have the latest Gcam 6.3, 6.2, 6.1, and the stable 5.1 mods for various Android devices that also support config.xml files. So get the perfect config file for your Google Camera and run the latest version on your Android phone.

The Google Camera mod comes with a revolutionary feature called the config file option. Using this, you can install a custom config.xml file. Config file for Google camera comes with a set of predefined configuration specific to your Android device that help run all the functions of the Gcam mod. It can also gets rid of bugs, lags, pink/blue/green tints from the Gcam or even help in color correction and run functions like enhanced HDR+, Night SIght, etc. Moreover, it is quite easy to install the config files too. So download the perfect Gcam config file from below and install it on your Android devices.

Download Google Camera APK with Config XML files

We already have a large number of Google Camera or Gcam mod versions for various Android devices. Pick the latest Gcam mod for your device and install the config file from below. For latest devices with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, 845, 835, 8xx, you can settle with the latest Gcam 7.2 or more stable v7.0. For older devices, you can settle with Gcam 6.1.

Note: For latest Gcam 7+ settle with the Gcam and config files by parrot. For the rest, settle with Gcam 6+ and config files from second section.

Latest version of Pixel 4 Google Camera with config file compatibility:

Previous versions of Google Camera:

Download latest Config files for latest Google Camera 7.3/7.2/7.1/7.0

Here are the latest Google Camera 7.0+ config XML files by the developer Parrot043. These config files should work on most of the Android devices with the latest Gcam 7.3, Gcam v7.2, Gcam v7.1, or Gcam v7.0, or earlier. These are direct download links. For earlier versions like Gcam 6.1 or earlier, visit the next section.

Here are the Google camera Config files by the developer Parrot:

Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 »

Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2 »

Essential PH-1 »

HTC U11+ »

LeEco Le Max 2 »

LeEco S2 x526 »

Lenovo ZUK Z2 Pro »

Moto G5 Plus »

Moto G7 »

Moto G7 Plus »

Moto G8 Plus »

Motorola One »

Nokia 6.1 Plus »

Nokia 7 Plus »

Nokia 7.1 »

Nokia 7.2 »

Nokia 8 »

OnePlus 6/6T »

OnePlus 7 / 7 Pro / 7T / 7T Pro / etc »

Oppo A5 2020 »

Oppo A7 »

Oppo F9 »

Oppo F11 »

Realme 3 »

Realme 3 Pro »

Realme 5 »

Realme 5i »

Realme 6 »

Realme X »

Realme X2 »

Realme XT »

Sony Xperia XA »

Xiaomi Black Shark 2 »

Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite »

Xiaomi Mi 9 »

Xiaomi Mi 9T / Redmi K20 » »

Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro / Redmi K20 Pro »

Xiaomi Mi A1 »

Xiaomi Mi A2 »

Xiaomi Mi A3 / CC9e »

Xiaomi Mi Max 2 »

Xiaomi Poco F1 »

Xiaomi Redmi 4 »

Xiaomi Redmi 5 »

Xiaomi Redmi 7 »

Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 / 3 Pro »

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 »

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro/AI »

Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro »

Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 »

Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro »

Xiaomi Redmi Note 7S »

Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 »

Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro »

Moreo Gcam configs by Parrort:

Download Config XML file for Google Camera Mod

A lot for Google Camera mods feature an option to install multiple config files. The config file is especially useful for Android devices that have a hard time running Gcam mods such as Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 Plus, Note 8, and many other devices with Exynos or Kirkin processors; other than Qualcomm Snapdragon processors. So installing a config file can at least restore many of the functionalities for you.

Thanks to Arnova and all the other Gcam developers for these amazing config files and Google Camera mods. These are the direct download links that have been tested working on Arnova’s newer Gcam mods. Here are the Google camera Config files by the developer Arnova:

Gcam Config files for Asus phones

Asus Max Pro M1 »

Open the app using the video shortcut, apply the config, and it won’t crash again. Will not crash but frontal camera doesn’t work properly (green colour).

Asus ZenFone 6 »

Open the app using the video shortcut, apply the config, and it won’t crash again. To use both cameras, enable “aux” inside the settings menu, but keep in mind that it’s not stable.

BQ X Pro »

Essential PH-1 »

Google Pixel (XL) »

Honor 7A »

HTC U11 »

Gcam Config files for Huawei devices

Huawei P20 Pro »

Huawei Y7 Pro »

Gcam Config files for LeEco phones

LeEco Le Max 2 »

LeEco Le Pro 3 »

Gcam Config files for Lenovo phones

Lenovo K5 Pro »

Lenovo P2 »

Lenovo S5 »

Lenovo Z2 Plus »

Gcam Config files for LG phones

For multiple LG devices (check the file name).

LG G5 »

LG G6 »

LG G7 »

LG G8 ThinQ »

LG V30 »

LG V35 »

LG V40 »

Gcam Config files for Motorola devices

Moto 4X »

Moto G5 Plus »

Moto G5S Plus »

Meizu 16 »

Gcam Config files for Nokia phones

Nokia 7 Plus »

Nokia 8 »

Gcam Config files for OnePlus devices

OnePlus 3/3T »

OnePlus 5/5T »

OnePlus 6/6T »

OnePlus 7/7 Pro »

Gcam Config files for OPPO or Realme phones

OPPO F11 »

Realme 3 »

Realme 3 Pro »

Realme 5 »

Gcam Config files for Samsung devices

Samsung Galaxy 7 »

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Exynos »

Samsung Galaxy S9/9+/Note 9 Exynos »

Samsung Galaxy S9/9+/Note 9 Snapdragon »

Samsung S10 (Plus) »

Gcam Config files for Xiaomi phones

Xiaomi Mi A1 »

Xiaomi Mi A2 »

Xiaomi Mi 5 »

Xiaomi Mi 5S »

Xiaomi Mi 5S Plus »

Xiaomi Mi 6X »

Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite »

Xiaomi Mi 8 SE »

Xiaomi Mi 9 »

Xiaomi Mi Max 2 »

Xiaomi Mi Max 3 »

Xiaomi Mi Note 2 »

Xiaomi Mi Note 3 »

Xiaomi Mi Note 5 Pro »

Xiaomi Redmi 5 Pro »

Xiaomi Redmi 7 »

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 »

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4A »

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Global/Pro »

Xiaomi Redmi Note 6 Pro »

Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 »

Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro »

Zenfone Zoom S »

ZTE nubia M2 »

More Gcam configs by Arnova

More configs by Urnyx

Here are the Google camera Config files by the developer Urnyx.

How to install Config XML file for Google Camera Gcam Mod?

  • Download and install your favorite Google Camera mod APK from above.
  • Launch the Gcam app and test it out.
  • In order to install the config file, download the config XML file to phone storage.
  • Now, go to camera settings > tap on save config file > give any name and save it.
  • This will create a file into the the folder sdcard>Gcam>config.
  • Launch a file manager app and go to the location where you saved the config file.
  • Copy and paste it to this location: Internal Storage > Gcam > Configs.
  • Create the folder if it doesn’t exist.
  • Launch the Gcam app.
  • Double tap on the black area next to the shutter button to open a dialog.
  • Select the config file you want to use.
  • Tap on restore option.

If the changes doesn’t take effect immediately, force stop the app and relaunch the app. To do so, go to Setting > Apps > Choose Google Camera > Force Stop.

Special thanks to celsoazevedo all the developers.

4 comments

  1. I followed all the steps. I downloaded the Parrot’s 7.2 apk Oneplus 7 running Android 10. I also downloaded the XML config files. When I open the Gcam app, there is no option for me to load those config files. I double tap the space next to shutter button, but nothing happens. What do I need to do?? right now when I take a pic from the GCam app, it takes the picture and then force closes the app. Any help would be appreciated.

    1. Same. I’ve seen the same instructions to tap on the black area beside the shutter button, but I’ve never personally had it work, or heard of anyone else who had it work. Frankly, it’s a little silly to suppose that clicking NOT on a button should do something; but what do I know? If anyone has better luck, please help those of us having troubles. Thank you.

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