Paranoid Android Releases Snapdragon Camera App Sources
It's been a few months since Paranoid Android got back in form. Today, it has added a modified Snapdragon Camera application featuring a new UI. When we say "modified", it means that the Snapdragon Camera app on Paranoid Android serves the same purpose with little alterations in the UI.
Paranoid Android users have been requesting the makers for releasing their camera processing sources. Adhering to all the requests, developers of Paranoid Android finally uploaded their camera sources on GitHub. It's worth noting that this is an open source camera app only and not camera processing. On OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T, Paranoid Android's camera processing software worked wonders, which lead other users requesting for camera processing sources.
Neat camera app
The camera UI on Paranoid Android is pretty good and vivid in its own ways. There are a variety of options that the ROM has retained on Snapdragon camera app. However, those options have been shifted to the menu option placed in the top left corner. These options include face detection, manual ISO, continuous shooting mode, red-eye reduction, exposure, and white balance.
For those who don't know, the Snapdragon camera app has been designed to utilise Qualcomm hardware in your Android device. So, any device with Snapdragon SoC can modify the app as per their requirements and use it on their device. The camera capabilities of Snapdragon SoC make many ROM developers include Snapdragon Camera app. It offers more open source feel to the ROM without the need to use other camera apps.
So, if you would like to make complete use of Snapdragon SoC camera capabilities on your device, you can go ahead and download the sources of Snapdragon camera app by Paranoid Android. Here is the official GitHub link.
After downloading and using it, please let us know about the performance on your custom ROM. Share your experience with is in the comments section below.
News Source: XDA-Developers
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