OnePlus 5 does not have too many weak spots, at least not when considering the price. But you may feel that the company with the slogan, "Never Settle", might actually have solved a little with the camera. OnePlus 5 and 5T do not have bad images, but they can use a pickup that we will provide. However, it is a bit of a catch.
These pictures will be more detailed, and with more detail, the requirement for more storage space. You simply get more information and details for your eyes to see the image, but it's because it's not compressed into a smaller version by itself. Yes, there is also a GCam mod / app out there, but with this fashion, the difference in quality is just more noticeable.
Here's what you get: loss of watercolor effect what some people refer to as worn out or as an oil painting – the pictures just lose their shine with how they are processed by default), JPEG quality changes to 100 as standard, sharpness is customizable before processing and there is an option to manually adjust the focus on the front camera in Settings.
- A Plus 5 or 5T
- Magic Frame Mount
- NANDroid Backup (In Case Only)
- Stock OnePlus Camera app updates via the Google Play app by going to Settings -> Apps – > OnePlus Camera, The Hook Disables and Re-Enables the Camera)
Step 1: Download the Camera M Magic Mod
To get things roll, follow the link below to get the Camera M Magic module on your device – for better photo quality without changing the system partition (and breaking SafetyNet). You need to scroll down a way to find the attached ZIP file.
Open Now your Magic Manager app. On the page navigation menu, touch "Modules." Touch the yellow add-on button at the bottom of the screen. Point to the ZIP file you downloaded earlier, and then click "Install" when prompted.
When flashing is ready, press the "Reboot" button at the bottom of the screen. If you accidentally turn off the flashing screen, just start your phone as you would normally do via the power menu.
When The module is installed. You can go using the stored Camera app as you normally would – it only takes higher quality images now. I can remember a time when people used to buy professional cameras if they wanted high quality photo shoots (maybe it will make me old.) They're still out if you have the money, but now you have a good camera you're wearing all the time. Give it a shot, literally.