Xiaomi 12S Leica Camera install on Mi 11 Pro/Ultra


ov1lord

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Do you guys know if this Leica camera works in miui 12.5.7 stable (android 11) or you need miui 13?
 

Lupo_Arancione

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Magisk module LSPosed modules corepatch and xdowngrader
hi, I decided to root my Mi 11 Pro with Magisk.
I installed LSPosed and Xdowngrader. I can't find corepatch (is it really called like that?).
In the Xdowngrader I select the checkbox on the right of Camera App.
Then I try to install Leica apk with Package Installer 12 beta..

..he still sending me same error "Package Not Valid".

Can you list me the excact steps you do to downgrade camera with xdowngrader?
 

soloxme

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hi, I decided to root my Mi 11 Pro with Magisk.
I installed LSPosed and Xdowngrader. I can't find corepatch (is it really called like that?).
In the Xdowngrader I select the checkbox on the right of Camera App.
Then I try to install Leica apk with Package Installer 12 beta..

..he still sending me same error "Package Not Valid".

Can you list me the excact steps you do to downgrade camera with xdowngrader?
 

Lupo_Arancione

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Jul 11, 2022
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silverstream

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Installing via adb command (google it)

1. Enable adb in phone
2. On terminal type adb install -d -r /path-to-apk
3. Done
It works on EU MIUI 13 stable, however, it will revert back to original camera after a reboot. Is there anyway to keep it persistent even after reboot ?
 
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Sakai

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It works on EU MIUI 13 stable, however, it will revert back to original camera after a reboot. Is there anyway to keep it persistent even after reboot ?
In my case it dies
It works on EU MIUI 13 stable, however, it will revert back to original camera after a reboot. Is there anyway to keep it persistent even after reboot ?
In my case it did not revert back after reboot
 

Droidking

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Mi 11 Ultra, EU 13.0.13 latest version.
Unable to install, even with the package installer. Tried the suggested package installer & the latest one. Also tried the suggested camera & the latest camera.

the version available in 13.0.13 ROM is 4.5.000250.6 & the Xiaomi camera in apkmirror 4.5.000191.

Error: App not installed as package appears to be invalid.
 

Sakai

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Mi 11 Ultra, EU 13.0.13 latest version.
Unable to install, even with the package installer. Tried the suggested package installer & the latest one. Also tried the suggested camera & the latest camera.

the version available in 13.0.13 ROM is 4.5.000250.6 & the Xiaomi camera in apkmirror 4.5.000191.

Error: App not installed as package appears to be invalid.
 

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katerpanne

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Mi 11 Ultra, EU 13.0.13 latest version.
Unable to install, even with the package installer. Tried the suggested package installer & the latest one. Also tried the suggested camera & the latest camera.

the version available in 13.0.13 ROM is 4.5.000250.6 & the Xiaomi camera in apkmirror 4.5.000191.

Error: App not installed as package appears to be invalid.

I think your apk is corrupt....
Error: App not installed as package appears to be invalid.
 

silverstream

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Nop. That was the error for non compatibility. Installed Leica cam successfully after uninstalling stock camera using debloater
I am not rooted, even uninstalling with ADB, and installing Leica, it reverts back to old camera after reboot. Anyway around it ?

Or can I delete the com.android.camera folder using TWRP ?
 
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