Download Google Camera for Moto G52 [Best GCam 8.4]

Google Camera for Moto G52

Google Camera, GCam for friends, is the best camera app out there for Android without a doubt. Its only problem is that it is only officially compatible with Google Pixel phones. Other brands have to settle for unofficial ports or versions that may or may not work well on your device. These versions are distributed in APK format on many websites, although not all of them will work with your mobile.

If you have a Motorola Moto G52, for example, you cannot install the GCam for the Motorola Edge 30 / Edge 30 because that version is not prepared to manage the specific sensors of your mobile camera. Fortunately for you, we have found a version of the GCam that works perfectly with your Moto G52. Right away we show you where to download it and all the details you need to know.

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The Moto G52 has a triple rear camera setup consisting of a 50 MP main sensor, an 8 MP ultra-wide angle, and a 2 MP macro sensor with f/2.4. Also, it has a 16-megapixel selfie camera. For these sensors, and considering that the Moto G52 has the Camera2 API enabled, the best version of the Google Camera is 8.4 from the developer BSG that you can download with the following link:

Download | GCam 8.4 (BSG) APK for Motorola Moto G52

With this camera app, you will correct the problem that the Moto G52’s native camera has, which takes photos that are too sharp with very saturated colors. In addition, you will greatly improve the dynamic range, which with the app that comes from the factory leaves much to be desired. BSG’s GCam 8.4 on the Moto G52 also reduces noise and brings more light out of night shots.

Now, if this version of the Google camera doesn’t work for you on your Moto G52, we recommend you try GCam 7.3 created by the developer Urnyx05  that you can download it from this link:

Download | GCam 7.3 (Urnyx05) APK for Motorola Moto G52 and setup file

This APK should offer the same improvements as the previous one but lacks the new features of the GCam version 8.4. Of course, neither of these two modified versions will work as well as the original Google Camera of the Pixel on your Moto G52. Keep that in mind.

How to install the GCam on your Motorola Moto G25

As I said earlier above, below you will find out how to install the GCam Moto G25 apk. For friends who don’t know the exact installation steps, you can see them here.

  1. The first step you have to take is to download the Google Camera application for your Moto G25 cellphone.
  2. Then move the apk and XML files that you downloaded earlier to the phone’s internal storage.
  3. Then create a new folder with the name GCam on the phone’s internal storage, then paste the two files into this folder.
  4. Then in the GCam folder that you created earlier, then create a new folder again with the name Configs.
  5. Then move the XML file into this Configs folder,
  6. Then the next step is to install the GCam apk that you copied earlier into that folder.
  7. After a message appears saying the app is installed, then open the GCam application.
  8. After the application is open, then double-tap on the black area close to the shutter button icon.
  9. Then select Choose Config, then look for the XML file that you copied earlier to the internal storage.
  10. Then click the Restore button.
  11. Finished.
  • First, download these configuration files onto your phone.
  • Using the file manager app make a new folder and name it “GCam.”
  • Now open gcam folder that we create in the last step then create one more folder and name it configs7
  • move the configs7 file into the configs7 folder
  • Now close the file manager and open the google camera app and tap twice on the blank area next to the shutter button.
  • Tap on the settings given in the window and then press the restore button.
  • Return to the app drawer, then launch the application once more.


That’s it! Now you have the GCam app ready to take photos and record videos on your Moto G52 with its characteristic high quality. If you had any problems following this tutorial, feel free to let us know.

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