Download Google Camera 7.4 for Moto G 5G Plus

Moto G 5G Plus is one of the most affordable 5G smartphones available under the mid-range price segment. The device is billing with six cameras and it is one of the stand-out features of this mid-range package. The smartphone features a standard 48MP Quad Bayer camera sensor along with three different sensors, which allows you to capture decent shots. You can sideload the Pixel 4 Camera app (aka GCam Mod port) on Moto G 5G Plus to improve the picture quality. Here you can Download Google Camera for Moto G 5G Plus.

Google Camera for Moto G 5G Plus (GCam 7.4)

Motorola’s new default camera app brings a slew of new features to the Moto G 5G Plus. Talking about optics, then the new Moto G 5G Plus houses a popular 48-megapixel sensor, 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens, 5MP macro camera, and a 2MP depth sensor. The stock camera app also has a built-in Night Mode, but you’ll see notable differences on sideloading the GCam app.

The latest Google Camera 7.4 Mod port is available for the Moto G 5G Plus. In terms of features, GCam 7.4 sport features like Astrophotography mode, Night Sight, Lens Blur, Portrait Mode, PhotoSphere, Slow Motion, Playground (AR Stickers), RAW support, HDR+ mode, Panorama, Lens Blur, Portrait mode (with Focus Slider), Google Lens mode & few more. Here’s the step by step guide on how to download and install Google Camera on Moto G 5G Plus.

Download Google Camera for Moto G 5G Plus

Here’s the perfect GCam companion that you can use on your Moto G 5G Plus. All thanks to BSG and Arnova8G2, who have ported the below-listed apps to work on the Moto G 5G Plus. You can install the GCam Mod Port without rooting the device, as the Camera2 API is enabled by default. Here’s the download link.

Before sideloading the app, make sure to download the recommended settings configuration file from the next-section, which makes the app (Pixel Camera app aka Google Camera mod port APK) more smooth on your Moto G 5G Plus.

Recommended Settings

For GCam_5betaFinal.200510.2111build-7.3.020

  1. At first, download this config file on your smartphone.
  2. Now create a new folder with GCam name.
  3. Open GCam folder and create one more folder with configs7 name.
  4. Now paste the config file inside the configs7 folder.
  5. Once done, Open the Google Camera app and double tap on the black blank area placed next to the shutter button.
  6. Tap on the settings shown (with Moto-G5GP.xml), available in the popup & press the restore button.
  7. Go back to the app drawer and then open the app again.

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How to Install Google Camera on Moto G 5G Plus

  1. At first download the app from above-listed links.
  2. After downloaded, head over to the settings then enable the Unkown Sources.
  3. Now Install the Google Camera.
  4. Once done, open the app and allow the app permissions if any needed.
  5. That’s it.

Note: Before Installing the new Gcam Mod ported app, make sure to delete the older version (if you’ve installed). This is not a stable version of Google Camera, so it may have some bugs.

So, start capturing the realistic & amazing pictures with your Moto G 5G Plus.

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