Jelly Bean 4.2 camera with PhotoSphere available for rooted phones
Those sneaky developers over at XDA have posted a patched version of the new Android 4.2 camera with PhotoSphere functionality, along with the new gallery for non-Nexus devices. PhotoSphere is probably the coolest thing to ever happen to smartphone cameras, giving you the ability to essentially make your own StreetView of where ever you might be. Given that this uses Google’s proprietary StreetView technology to create the images, you know the final image is going to be top-notch quality. Also remember that the new gallery app has lite photo editing options available in it a la Instagram.
Hit up the link below and flash it through Clockwork or Team Win recoveries on your Jelly Bean device. If you’re not running Jelly Bean and don’t know what a Clockwork or Team Win Recovery is, this definitely isn’t for you. I’ve been running it on my T-Mobile Galaxy Note II today and it has been performing perfectly!
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