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For many years Android mobile users have seen how we were allowed to modify a multitude of parameters and settings on our mobiles. Changes ranged from simple wallpapers to ROMS changes.

In recent years this trend has fallen but there are still many of us who do one thing in concrete: use the Google camera app if our mobile allows it.

As many of you know Google has one of the best cameras in the Android panorama for its processing, not because of the hardware it uses. That's why if your phone supports it, it's not a bad idea to use it.

The problem was that in many models with multiple sensors the Google app only allowed the use of the main sensor. This has changed on many mobiles with Wichaya version 7.3.

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List of mobiles that support multiple sensors in Google's camera
To use this application we must download it from this link and install it as any camera. Once that is done, you'll have to configure the parameters as you want or import them from this listing if the app didn't work properly. The settings in this app are available for:

  • Asus
  1. ROG 2
  2. Zenfone 6 (ASUS 6z)
  3. Zenfone M2 Pro
  • OnePlus
  1. 7 and 7 Pro
  2. 7T and 7T Pro
  • Oppo
  1. A5 2020
  2. A5s
  • Realme
  1. 3 and 3 Pro
  2. 5 and 5 Pro
  3. Xt
  • Xiaomi Redmi 7

Keep in mind that just because your phone isn't on that list doesn't mean I can't use the app. We tested it on an OPPO Find X2 Pro and after activating the options we have been able to use its three rear sensors.

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How to activate secondary sensors
By default, the app shows us the interface of the main sensor, but if we go to the configuration of it we can activate the rest. To do this we follow these steps:

  1. We open the camera app.
  2. Swipe from the top.
  3. Click on the gear icon to go to Settings.
  4. Select Advanced Options.
  5. We're in Auxiliary Chamber.

We activate the telephoto and the wide-angle, or whatever we want.
Exiting the app will restart and when opened it will display the new sensor change buttons. However, the step is not subtle and the app restarts very quickly to switch cameras. A lesser evil considering what we can do.

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