GCam for the Moto G40 Fusion and G60
This is a list of stable GCam versions for the Motorola Moto G40 Fusion and Moto G60. Many of the original Google Camera features work, among them:
- Better indoors and low light performance and detail.
- Astrophotography, for photos of the night sky.
- Google’s HDR+ processing for better dynamic range (especially if HDR+ Enhanced is used).
- Portrait mode, for selfies with blurred backgrounds.
- Timelapse and normal video at higher frame rates.
While both the G60 and G40 aren’t flagships or popular modding phones, GCam works without the need to unlock or root your phone. You just have to download the apk file, (often optional) load a config file and use the app.
- Many versions are available for this phone. If unsure which one to use, download the first one.
- If you’ve never installed an apk file, check this video guide. It’s very easy to do: just download the apk file, open/install it, and use.
- If you’re experiencing green or pink tints on your pictures, enable AWB (Auto White Balance) in the viewfinder.
Google Camera 7.x (Stable, Android 9+) »
Two different solutions based on GCam 7:
GCam 7.3 by Wichaya:
Based on Urnyx05’s GCam 7.3, a very stable base.
- GCam_7.3.018_Urnyx05-v2.1_Wichaya_V3.1.1.apk (Wichaya, 2020-12-15, configs)
GCam 7.4 by Nikita:
GCam 7.4, based on work from Arnova8G2, BSG, and other modders.
- NGCam_7.4.104-v2.0 (Nikita, 2020-12-06, configs)
Google Camera 8.x (Stable, Android 10+) »
Two different solutions based on GCam 8:
8.2 by Greatness:
- GCam8.2.204_Greatness.211115 (Greatness, 2021-11-17, configs)
8.1 by BSG:
- MGC_8.1.101_A9_GV2b (BSG, 2021-11-21, configs)
In case you want to test newer versions, check versions from BSG, Urnyx05, Wichaya, or Nikita. Keep in mind that the latest isn’t always the best version.
To improve your dynamic range, you should use HDR+ Enhanced. Sometimes you need yo enable this in the settings menu (look for something called “HDR+ Control” or similar. Then, in the viewfinder, swipe down and enable the HDR+ Enhanced option.
HDR+ Enhanced is better, but it’s also slower, so it’s not suitable for all uses. HDR+ On is faster, but won’t give you the same level of detail or range (eg: the sky can be too bright when taking a selfie).
To use the extra cameras on your Moto G40 and Moto G60, you may have to enable the controls inside the settings menu. Look for “Aux cameras”, “Auxiliary cameras” or “Set camera IDs”.
For video recording, especially stabilisation, the stock camera might be better. Slow motion often doesn’t work or is lower FPS than the original app.
The best places to ask for help is where other users are: