How to Enable Ar Stickers on MIUI 10 Google Camera

Google Camera mod is one of the famous mod on the Xiaomi phone, which allow you to use the Google Pixel camera on your phone. No doubt Google camera is one of the best cameras and comes with lots of new features. AR Stickers is one of them, but unfortunately, this feature will not work on the Google camera. But today we found a way to Enable Ar Stickers on MIUI 10 Google Camera. So here in this guide, we are sharing the detail to enable this feature on your Xiaomi Google camera.

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To install the Google camera on your Xiaomi phone, first, you have to enable the Camera2Api on your phone. Here is the full guide to enable the Cmaer2api in the Xiaomi phones, yes your phone must be rooted and TWRP is installed on your phone. First, enable them on your phone then follow the below-mentioned steps to Enable Ar Stickers on MIUI 10 Google Camera. So without wasting the time lets get started and see how these AR stickers work on the phone.

Download Files to Enable Ar Stickers

1. Install Build Prop editor from Google play store.

2. Install ES File Explorer from Google play store.

3. Download Google camera apk file here.

4. Download calibration_cad.xml file here.

5. Download Ar core apk file here.

6. Download AR Stickers apk file here.

Step to Enable Ar Stickers on MIUI 10 Google Camera

1. Save all the file in your phone to get started.

2. One the Es File Explorer, go to the setting of the explorer and enable the “ROOT Explorer” from the setting.

3. Now move the calibration_cad.xml saved file in the /system/etc folder.

4. Open the Build Prop editor app on your phone and add this line.


Save the Build.prop.

5. Now Install Google Camera on your phone.

6. After that install Ar core an Ar Stickers apk file on your phone.

6. Now reboot your phone.

Once the phone is rebooted. You will see the Ar Stickers option in the Google camera Menu. Enjoy Ar Stickers on MIUI 10 Google Camera

Video: Ar Stickers on MIUI 10 Google Camera

Thanks, Zeeshan for the Tip. Source – XDA