Now you can install Google’s New Jelly Bean 4.2 “Photo Sphere” Camera on Your Galaxy S4. Photo Sphere is one of the most popular, allowing you to snap incredible and immersive 360 degree photographs. The Photosphere camera mode is an advanced form of 360º photography because it beautifully synthesizes several photo frames into one whole to give you a spherical shot. Today our tutorial:
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Disclaimer: We are not responsible for any damages that may happened with this guide. If anything happens we will help you to solve the problem. And keep in mind rooting your phone will void your warranty.
Before You Begin:
1. Rooted Samsung Galaxy S4 with a custom recovery like CWM or TWRP.
2. Your device should have at least 60% of battery life left.
Read the entire tutorial and make sure that you don’t skip any steps that are listed below.
Step 1. Download “photosphere_camera42_galaxy_s4_v2.zip” file and copy to your SD card .
Step 2. Turn off your Galaxy S4 and reboot it into CWM or TWRP recovery mode. Press the Volume Up+Home+Power button .
Step 3. Go to ”advanced” option and “wipe dalvik cache”. Choose “yes’ when asked.
Step 4. Now, come to the main menu of CWM recovery and from there select “Install zip from sdcard” and go to the path where you have placed “photosphere_camera42_galaxy_s4_v2.zip”. Select “yes” on the next screen to confirm installation which will take just few seconds.
Step 5. Finally, when the installation process is completed select “++++Go Back++++” and then choose “reboot system” to reboot your phone. It will take a few minute for the installation. After completed, select “+++++Go Back” then “reboot system now” to reboot your device.
Your Galaxy S4 will reboot now and you’ll see “Android is upgrading…” message. Wait till it finishes. Open your app drawer and look for the new Camera and Gallery apps. Enjoy!
Please note that installing the Android 4.2 stock camera will not delete or replace the Samsung Camera. Since the Nexus 4 camera app is integrated with the Gallery app, you will also have ane Gallery app icon in your app drawer
If you get stuck on boot screen for more than 5 minutes then take out the battery. Now, restart into CWM recovery and wipe dalvik cache the device. This will solve the issue.