How to Enable EIS & ViewFinder on Razer Phone 2 Camera

Razer Phone 2 is the latest gaming smartphone from Razer which is a flagship device from 2018. There are rumors that we could see the latest Razer Phone 3 later this year. Talking about the Razer Phone 2 the device released with Android Oreo and later it received an Android 9 Pie update. But Android 9 affected the Camera performance creating color smudging and blurriness. So if you want to fix these issues, then this guide is for you. Here you will know how to enable EIS on Razer Phone 2 with Magisk Module.

The camera performance gradually decreases output in most of the apps like Instagram, WhatsApp, and other apps that use Camera. And so this makes it a big issue that can’t be fixed with Google Camera. So to fix the issue, XDA developers have released a Magisk Module that seems to be working great for Razer Phone 2. Thanks to Usyless (XDA Member) for this amazing Magisk Module which can help thousands of users. How to Fix Razer Phone 2 Camera

Coming to EIS then it is capped to 30fps in most of the apps that restrict users from recording 60fps. And the solution to this is another Magisk Module from the same developer. It means you can fix both EIS and VIewFinder issues on Razer Phone 2 with Magisk Modules. So let’s check how you can fix Razer Phone 2 Camera Viewfinder and EIS with Magisk Module

Razer Phone 2 ViewFinder Fix Magisk Module

The Razer Phone 2 camera had no problem with Android Oreo OS. But the latest Android 9 updates created some issues with the Camera library but we haven’t received any update for the fix from Razer. But if we replace the Android 9 camera libraries with Android 8 camera libraries then this will fix the issue. And this is exactly the scenario with the ViewFinder fix module for Razer Phone 2 that replaces the latest Android 9 Pie camera libraries.

Flashing the ViewFinder fix Magisk Module will fix the existing viewfinder issue on Razer Phone 2. You can follow the installation procedure below in this guide.

Razer Phone 2 EIS Magisk Module

The camera supports EIS when recording videos at 30fps and also it only works on a few applications. So if you want to enable EIS with 60fps you can use the EIS Magisk Module for Razer Phone 2. After installing the module you can record 1080p videos at 60fps in all supported apps.

It is advised to use Google Camera for this feature instead of the stock Camera app. Also, there is a bug that the 4K @60fps will not work, and 1080p @60fps will not work in the front camera.

So if you are ok with the bugs above then you can easily install the module on your razer phone using the guide given below.

How to Flash Magisk Module on Razer Phone 2

Here we are dealing with Magisk, it means first of all your device should have root access. You also need the Magisk Manager app to install both modules on your device.

  1. Take a full backup of your phone to restore in case of any issue.
  2. Download both modules on your phone.
  3. Now open Magisk Manager and tap on three bars at the top left corner.
  4. Select the Module section. Click on the ‘+’ icon and then locate the module to install.
  5. Repeat the process for the second module.
  6. After installing both modules, reboot your phone.
  7. That’s it, now you can enjoy Camera features without any problem on Razer Phone 2.

You can follow the same method to install any Magisk Module if you have the zip file. And if you don’t have the module zip file then download it from Magisk Manager > Download.

There are tons of useful Magisk Manager that you can explore for customization and boosting the performance of your phone. We can also add the Xposed framework with the help of Magisk Modules and it works even in Android 9 & Android 10.

So there you have it, the guide to fix Viewfinder and EIS on Razer Phone 2 Camera. In case of any issues let us know in the comment section.

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Ashutosh singh

Computer Science graduate and tech enthusiast. Love testing new tech gadgets ever since my first windows phone from Samsung. Working as a technical writer for more than five years, and I believe I have also developed good SEO skills. In my spare time, I like watching movies, and playing games.

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