Download Google Camera 8.4 for Realme 9 Pro & 9 Pro+

Oppo’s spin-off Realme adds two new Number series phones in its portfolio – Realme 9 Pro and Realme 9 Pro+. The vanilla Realme 9 Pro is a direct successor to the last year’s Realme 8s 5G, while the Realme 9 Pro Plus is an heir of Realme 8 Pro. The camera is one of the main USP of both Realme 9 series phones. This time, Realme offers a flagship-grade 50MP Sony IMX766 in the Pro+ variant. The two phones capture decent images with the default camera app, if you want to boost up the photography, then you can download Google Camera for Realme 9 Pro and Realme 9 Pro+.

Google Camera for Realme 9 Pro & 9 Pro Plus [Best GCam 8.4]

Under the hood, Realme 9 Pro dons a 64MP triple-lens camera module, accompanied by an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens and a 2MP macro camera. While the premium Realme 9 Pro+ features a 50MP trio setup on the back. As I said earlier, it is a flagship-grade sensor with OIS and 4K video recording support. On the software side, the Realme 9 duo comes with the same camera app available on the Oppo and Realme phones. The app has all essential features such as the 50MP Pro mode, Night Mode, HDR, Expert mode, and more.

If you’re looking for a better alternative, then you can sideload the Google Camera app on your Realme 9 series phone. The latest ported version of GCam is compatible with the new Realme number series phones. You can use the app to do Night Sight photography, low-light Astrophotography, HDR+ Enhanced mode, Slo-mo video, Beauty Mode, Lens Blur, RAW support, and more with GCam 8.4 port. Now let’s take a look on how you can download and install Google Camera on Realme 9 Pro and Realme 9 Pro Plus.

Download Google Camera for Realme 9 Pro and Realme 9 Pro+

Following the previous trends, both phones have the Camera2 API support out-of-the-box. Yes, you can easily install the Google Camera app on the new Realme 9 series phones. The two phones support the latest GCam mod port – Google Camera 8.4, and here we attach the latest port by BSG alongside the GCam 8.2 port by Nikita. You can try out both ports on your phone. Here are the download links.

If you want better results, then you can follow the below steps and add a configuration file.

For NGCam_8.2.300-v1.7.apk

  1. At first, download this config file from above-listed links on your smartphone.
  2. Now open File Manager then open GCam folder (if not available then create folder named – GCam).
  3. Create a new folder under GCam, with Configs8 name.
  4. Open Configs8 folder and paste the config file here.
  5. That’s it.

Now open the Google Camera then swipe down to open settings, under Settings tap on Configs then load the config file download earlier.


google camera for realme 9 pro

For MGC_8.4.400_A10_V3_MGC.apk there’s no need to configure many settings, but still, you can play with GCam settings according to your needs for better results.

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