The Samsung Galaxy S10’s camera just got even better thanks to a new camera mod update. XDA Developer daoudedy posted a tweet recently with instructions to enable more camera features on the Samsung Galaxy S10.
The features you will get by installing this mod include three shooting modes, Sports (to shoot fast moving objects), Aqua (for underwater photos) and Anti-fog (automatic correction for pictures taken in mist). You will also get Multi-take option which lets you record multiple super slow-mo videos inside a single video. Before this update, the scene optimizer could not be set manually. Now you can adjust it depending on the scenery and setting from the camera menu.
The list doesn’t end here. There are more cool features you can access with this update. The Heart Rate Sensor can now take selfies and the Live Focus Dual Capture feature will allow you to capture a live focus photo with multiple sensors.
If you are keen to get these features, the instruction and content for the camera mod are available on this Google Drive link.
It’s a fairly simple process in which you need to replace original camera data with the modified XML file in the system folder. This can be achieved with a file manager that enables root access. Keep in mind that you can only install this update on a rooted Samsung Galaxy S10.