GCAM 8.4 APK Download For Samsung Galaxy Devices Exynos and Snapdragon

Google just recently released the latest Google Camera 8.6 featured in the Pixel 6a and tested on the upcoming Pixel 7 and 7 Pro devices. GCAM 8.6 comes with full support for Android 13 and its updated Material You visuals. However, Google Camera Mod development takes time. So here is the stable GCAM 8.4 APK for all Samsung Galaxy devices featuring both Exynos and Snapdragon processors.

Google Camera v8.4 was released with the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro later updated to build v8.4.500. Gcam 8.4 has already been modded to run on various non-Pixel Android smartphones including OnePlus, Xiaomi, OPPO, Vivo, Motorola, and most recently Samsung devices.

While Samsung devices always lacked GCAM support due to a custom Exynos processor, the gap has been sealed with the stable Gcam 8.4.400.42 MOD developed by Shamim.

Yes, the latest Gcam 8.4.400 APK can now run on all Samsung Galaxy devices. This includes the Exynos variants and the Snapdragon variants. It has also been tested on Samsung’s latest One UI 5.0 beta program as well as One UI 4.1.1 running on the Galaxy S22 series and Galaxy S21 series.

tested working on

  • Galaxy S Series: Galaxy S22, S22+, S22 Ultra as well as Galaxy S21, S21+, S21 Ultra, S21 FE, S20 series, Note 20 series.
  • Galaxy Z Series: Galaxy Z Fold3, Galaxy Z Flip3, Fold 2, Flip 2, and more.
  • Galaxy A Seires: Galaxy A73, A53, A52, A32, and more.

However, Google Camera app is targeted towards latest Android versions. So you can expect support for older Android versions including Android 10, 11, 12, and 13.

GCAM 8.4 Features

Gcam 8.4.400 by Shamim added time-lapse, slow motion, normal video resolution selection on a few stuff, and customization settings for front and back cameras separately. It also supports Samsung S22 Ultra with added features like noise modelers, models AWB, new addresses and values to the patcher. Fixed slow motion for OnePlus devices. Added support for Vivo, Realme, and Oppo devices.

Most importantly, GCAM 8.4 release 32 also supports AUX cameras. Meaning, you can use the secondary telephoto lens or wide angle lens with GCAM as well!

Check out the features of the original Google Camera 8.4.500 here. You can also get more features like Magic Eraser so you can remove strangers and unwanted objects from your photos. You will also find features from the previous Google Camera 8.4. See all the features of the Google Pixel 6 Pro Camera from our previous post Gcam 8.4.200.

Latest GCAM 8.4 APK For Samsung Galaxy Phones

Here is the latest Gcam 8.4.500 MOD APK from the popular developer Shamim for all Samsung Galaxy devices running Android 12. It may also work with Android 11 and 10.

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Stable GCAM APK for older Samsung Galaxy Phones

As for the Samsung Galaxy devices running older Android operating systems, can settle for a stable Gcam 7+. This includes Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, Note 9, Galaxy S8, S8 Plus, and Note 8. Also, the Galaxy M20, M30, M30s, M40, A20, A30, A40, A50, A50s, A70, and A80.

GCAM for budget Samsung Galaxy devices

As for the non-flagship or the budget Samsung Galaxy devices like the Galaxy a50, a51, a51s, a10s, a12, a32 5g, a52, a52s, a71, m21, m31m m51, you can settle for the latest Gcam Go 2.12 with many features like Night Mode, HDR+, multiple camera support or Aux camera support, and much more.

Stable Gcam 8

Meanwhile, you can download the more stable Gcam 8.2.400 mod APK for any Android device. You can also install it on Android 11, 10, or even earlier versions like 9.0 Pie. Gcam 8.3 supports Android devices running Android 12, 11, 10, 9 Pie.

You can settle for the previous Gcam 8.1/8.0 mod from renowned developers as well. These are stable and have been tested working on hundreds of Android devices.

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    SGCAM 8.4.400.42 is not working on my Samsung Galaxy F62 device

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