GCam: Google Camera for Samsung Galaxy M32 and M32 5G

GCam for Samsung Galaxy M32 and M32 5G are now available for download. In this guide, we have curated a list of best Google Camera Mods for Samsung Galaxy M32 and M32 5G along with a guide on how to install it properly to get the best results.

The latest versions of Google Camera Mods also come with a configuration file (in XML format) which you need to load into Google Camera (we’ll tell you how) to get the right results.

Google Camera for Galaxy M32 and M32 5G

Here are the Google Camera APKs available for Samsung Galaxy M32 and M32 5G:

Note: The recommended version will always be first in the list.

S. No.Google CameraConfiguration File
1.Camera_Go_1.8.3_Wichaya.apkNA
2.GCam_5.200604.2138build-7.3.021.apkconfig-m32.xml

Note: How to load Google Camera Port XML Config File?

How to Install GCam on Galaxy M32 and M32 5G

Step 1: Download the GCam APK file from the above download links and copy the APK file to the internal storage of your phone.

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Step 2: Open the file manager app on your phone and go to the folder where you have copied the GCam APK File.

GCam APK • GCam: Google Camera for Samsung Galaxy M32 and M32 5G

Step 3: Simply tap on the APK file to start the installation process. If this is the first time you are sideloading the an APK file on your device, you may be asked to allow installation from unknown sources. Simply follow the on-screen instructions and you should be good.

Install GCam APK • GCam: Google Camera for Samsung Galaxy M32 and M32 5G

Step 4: Tap on the ‘Install’ button to begin the installation process.

GCam APK Installed • GCam: Google Camera for Samsung Galaxy M32 and M32 5G

Step 5: When the GCam installation is successfully completed, simply go to the app drawer on your phone and click on the Google Camera app icon to launch.

Note 1: Some of the Google Camera APK files come with configuration files. If yours did come with one, see here on how to load the XML file: How to load Google Camera Port XML Config File?

Note 2: If the Google Camera app does not open or it force closes, follow these steps: Go to Settings > Applications and find Google Camera. Wipe data and cache and try again.

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GCam for Samsung Galaxy M32 and M32 5G – Frequently Asked Questions

Which version of GCam APK is the right one for Samsung Galaxy M32 and M32 5G?

Please note that GCam for any device is a work in progress and Samsung Galaxy M32 is no exception. Developers constantly release updates to the GCam and they do their best to make sure all the functionalities work as expected.

Do I need root to install GCam on Samsung Galaxy M32?

Absolutely not. You can install GCam on Samsung Galaxy M32 without root or Magisk or any of that stuff.

Is it safe to install GCam APK on Samsung Galaxy M32?

100% yes. You do not have to worry about it. Reputed and recognized developers work on the official Google Camera APK file to make it compatible with other devices. The GCam APK is safe to install on your device.

Is Camera2API needed for GCam to work.
Why do I need to load the GCam XML File for Samsung Galaxy M32?

The XML files are nothing but a bunch of settings recommended by the GCam developers. All the recommended settings are exported in an XML file so that you can easily import it and use it.

How to load the XML file in the GCam?

Glad you asked. Here’s how: How to load Google Camera Port XML Config File?

XML File is missing for the GCam I downloaded.

Please note that the XML file is only necessary for certain versions of GCam APKs. If there isn’t one, then maybe you don’t need one for that particular version.

Where can I get updates for Samsung Galaxy M32 GCam APK?

Due to the constantly changing nature of the GCam, it is impractical to post all the updates here. But getting an update for a GCam is easier than you think. In Google Camera app that you use, you should be able to see the developer’s name. A simple google search with GCam <developer name> would point you in the right direction.

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