Download Google Camera 8.6 for Asus ZenFone 9

Asus ZenFone 9 is the company’s latest non-gaming premium phone. And as always, the camera is one of the standout features of the smartphone. This time, the Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer launches the ZenFone with a gimbal-mounted 50MP primary camera, which is obviously a better sensor compared to the predecessor. The device captures nice and detailed shots all thanks to the improved sensor. And the best thing is, it allows sideloading the Pixel 7 camera app aka GCam mod port. Here you can download Google Camera for Asus ZenFone 9.

Google Camera for Asus ZenFone 9 [Best GCam]

Asus ZenFone 9 is billed with a dual-lens camera setup, featuring a 50MP Sony IMX766 Quad Bayer sensor which is mounted on a gimbal and sports 6-axis stabilization, whereas the second sensor is a 12MP ultra-wide-angle Sony IMX363 snapper. On the software side, the default camera app gets a slight redesign and stabilization mode for video recording, it captures decent images. But if you are looking for a Google Camera port working on the ZenFone 9, then you are at the right place, you can download the latest version of GCam for your phone here.

GCam 8.6 from Pixel 7 is compatible with the Asus ZenFone 9, thanks to the developers who ported the app and make it compatible for other Android phones. In terms of features and changes, then the Google Camera app sports feature like Night Sight, Astrophotography mode, SloMo, Beauty Mode, HDR Enhanced, Lens Blur, PhotoSphere, Playground, RAW support, Google Lens, and more. Here’s how you can download and install the GCam app on your smartphone.

Download Google Camera for Asus ZenFone 9

One of the best things about the Asus ZenFone phones is, they come with the Camera2 API support out of the box, which means you can easily install the GCam mod on your phone. So, which GCam port is compatible with the ZenFone 9, the GCam 8.2 by BSG and Wichaya’s GCam 8.1 ports are working on the ZenFone 9 running on Android 12 as well as on the new Android 13 software. Here are the download links to the apps.

Once you’ve downloaded the app on your smartphone, you need to make some changes to the app’s settings before start using it. Obviously, for better performance and results. In this section you can check the settings we recommend you to apply before start using the app.

  • Open GCam app on your smartphone > Settings > Mod Settings
    • Auxiliary camera > Aux Camera Back
    • Auxiliary camera > Manual set camera ID > Enable
    • Auxiliary camera > Manual set camera ID > Back Camera 1 set to 0
    • Auxiliary camera > Manual set camera ID > Back Camera 2 set to 2
    • Auxiliary camera > Manual set camera ID > Front Camera (main) to 1

You can also change more settings from advanced section available in developer settings page, not only this, but you can also change device model if you want.


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All done. Start capturing blazing and great photos directly from your Asus ZenFone 9.

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