Samsung Galaxy S20 FE or Fan Edition unveiled with loads of flagship specs at a lower price tag. The smartphone has a triple camera setup that can capture good shots. But, you can take it more further by using the Pixel Camera (Gcam) on your Galaxy S20 FE. The phone comes in Snapdragon and Exynos processor variants. Here in this article, we’ll see how to install the Gcam 7.4 on Galaxy S20 FE (Exynos variant).
The default camera app on Samsung Galaxy S20 FE has multiple capturing modes like Histogram, Histogram, Single Take, Night Mode, and more. The GCam for Samsung phones can capture more detailed low-light images than the default camera app provided by Samsung.
The Gcam 7.4 for Galaxy S20 FE comes with plenty of features that include Night Sight Mode, Astrophotography Mode, Lens Blur, Portrait Mode, PhotoSphere, Slow Motion, Playground (AR Stickers), RAW support, HDR+ mode, Panorama, and more. Thanks to Zordan for porting the GCam 7.4 from Pixel 4 to work on the Exynos variant of Galaxy S20 FE.
Download Gcam 7.4 for Samsung Galaxy S20 FE (Exynos variant)
ZGCAM_7.4_V1.03359.apk – Download Link
You will need to turn on the installation from unknown sources, while installing the Gcam 7.4 Apk.[Note: Before installing the Gcam 7.4, make sure to delete the older version (if installed)]
Recommended Settings for Gcam 7.4
- Download the config file by clicking here
- Create a new folder by the name “Gcam”
- Open GCam folder and create one folder here with the name “configs7”
- Now, paste the config file inside the configs7 folder
- Open Google camera and double tap on the blank area present next to the shutter
- Tap on the settings shown (with s20fe-exynos.xml), available in the popup & press the restore button
- Now, go back to the app drawer and re-open the app.
[Note: Gcam 7.4 for Galaxy S20 FE is not a stable version, so it may contain some bugs.]
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