Camera2 API Probe

4.2
4.52K reviews
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About this app

Probe Android Camera2 API capabilities on your phones.

Easy to use. Easy to share.
Updated on
3 Oct 2023

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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.2
4.47K reviews
Bjørn-Oskar Rønning
6 August 2023
Great, does what it says on the tin! A suggestion: it would be great if you could tap the various capabilities and get a small tooltip explaining what it does. For example tapping "AE lock" would say "Auto Exposure lock: forces the camera to not adjust its exposure when light conditions change." You know, for us noobs 😂
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A Google user
16 January 2019
Brilliant, just missing one feature: Upload Results. It would be great to have the ability to upload the results (together with phone model, furmware version etc.) and view other results to allow people to learn exactly what phones have this API exposed. This would change my choice of future phone! Antutu does something similar. :)
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Tiffany McLeod
17 April 2022
Does exactly what it says. It's a little difficult to read if you don't know much about the topic. So, it would be nice if there was a big green/red notification box at the top that simply says "Your device supports/doesn't support Camera 2 api, see below for details." That's literally all I wanted to know when I used the app. Details were interesting, but it took me a while to puzzle them out and conclude that the answer was Yes, it does.
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