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Google Camera HDR+ Port Updated with RAW Support, HDR Customization, and Major Bug Fixes

Just over a month ago, we saw a Ukrainian developer known as B-S-G bring the Google Camera app with working HDR+ to many non-Google devices. A while after the initial release, the port was updated with support for Zero Shutter Lag (ZSL) as well as greater compatibility for the OnePlus 3/3T and other Snapdragon 820 devices. Now there is a new, massive release of Google Camera HDR+ with RAW support, full HDR+ customisation and stability fixes! 
The latest updates have added so much that it feels like a new application! If you face issues or want to try tweaking the application to get better quality photos, you can, and there are many combinations for you to play around with. I will be providing some photos and the options I used to take them, so if you find my photos satisfactory then you can copy them!
All of the photos below were taken on the OnePlus 3 using automatic HDR+, not the forced option. Forcing HDR+ uses a stronger algorithm which cannot make use of Zero Shutter Lag (ZSL) and can sometimes even lead to unnatural results. Note that I am not a professional photographer, and some of these photos could have come out a lot better. Overall I am extremely happy with the results, especially over the stock camera processing. I have been testing this for a while, and overall stability and speed have massively improved.

RAW Support with Google Camera HDR+

The application now has an option under experimental settings to enable raw picture while also saving the processed JPEG file! This allows users to enjoy the benefits of HDR+ and also selvage a pic if the processing screws up.

Configuring HDR+ Settings

Another brand new feature in the recent ports is the ability to actually select your processing modes. Rather than having separate APKs with different algorithms, you can now select them within the application. Many combinations will crash, but we have a perfectly working one for you to get going!
EDIT: REBOOT AFTER INSTALLING AND CHANGING THE SETTINGS. It may fix any issues that you have, such as crashing or non-processing”

Install the application and navigate to settings. Simply installing the application doesn’t work anymore, as you need to choose your own HDR+ algorithm. Once there, you will be faced with a plethora of options. These options allow you to customize the HDR+ algorithm to your liking.

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  • Instructions
  • Neee Root
  • Download the (Solid Explorer File Maneger
  • Install it
  • Open it
  • Grant Root Acsess( Super Su/magisk
  • Then click on top left corner of menu icon
  • Go to root folder
  • Scroll down or find System folder
  • Open it
  • Scrool down to get Build Proof file
  • Open it via SE TEXT EDITER
  • Scroll Down to end of build proof
  • Just write the line in end of build Proof line
      persist.camera.HAL3.enabled=1

Click on save icon button on top right corner
If it is not saved it's showing x red icon(save 2 to 3 times) 
Then again save it will showing pass green icon..
Then Reboot

All Credits Thanks To the Developer & XDA Threads
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