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  1. deltasig's Avatar
    wow, your just helpful, NOT!!!! Besides i hear Galaxy Nexus not Nexus S4G, so I wanted clarification before i bricked my phone.
    11-01-2012 04:37 PM
  2. Xiger's Avatar
    wow, your just helpful, NOT!!!! Besides i hear Galaxy Nexus not Nexus S4G, so I wanted clarification before i bricked my phone.
    What are you talking about?

    The method works with most phones that have a gyroscope.
    11-01-2012 04:50 PM
  3. skinneejay's Avatar
    It works fine on the Nexus S4g. I do get a error when trying to edit a photo using google edit. But that's ok since I use Aviary for editing anyones. Just testing. Camera works great. Haven't tried sphere yet.
    wow, your just helpful, NOT!!!! Besides i hear Galaxy Nexus not Nexus S4G, so I wanted clarification before i bricked my phone.
    11-01-2012 04:52 PM
  4. TheIowaKid's Avatar
    What are you talking about?

    The method works with most phones that have a gyroscope.
    He's talking to me. He was too lazy to read the thread to find out that people already had this working on his phone and he then asked where the files were. I simply told him he was lazy for not even checking or reading.

    Sent from my SGH-I747 using Tapatalk 2
    durk366 likes this.
    11-01-2012 04:54 PM
  5. red911turbo's Avatar
    Newly saved pictures from the interwebs don't show up in the download folder in the new gallery. My old pics are there from before the camera/gallery update and I can see the new pics with root explorer in the download folder.
    11-01-2012 05:37 PM
  6. SpecR's Avatar
    This worked for me:

    Environment: Rooted GSM Galaxy Nexys running JB 4.1.2, stock rom + franco Kernel + CWM 6.0.1.0 touch.

    1) Used Root File Explorer to change permissions on /system to RW
    2) Used Root File Explorer to change extensions to GalleryGoogle apk and odex to bak (/system/app)
    3) Used Root File Explorer to change extension to GmsCore odex to bak (/system/app)
    4) Used Root File Explorer to copy file libmmcamera_hdr_lib.so to /system/lib and change file permission to 644
    5) Used Root File Explorer to revert /system to RO
    6) Reboot in CWM recovery
    7) Flashed 4.2Camera_t04.zip
    8) Wiped cache and dalvik cache
    9) Reboot

    The only not working for me is Tiny Planet, when I click that button on a 360 photo I took, it FC my gallery, any workaround out there?


    I hope this helps people not running any rom but stock-

    p.s: No need to set Location OFF
    Slapyak and Windfrenzy like this.
    11-01-2012 05:37 PM
  7. SpecR's Avatar
    Hey mate, did you get to solve this? I'm having the same issue :S


    so far the only thing not working is the "tiny planet" thing, it makes the gallery crash
    11-01-2012 06:07 PM
  8. willmon22's Avatar
    I got the latest version from here: Download The Android 4.2 Camera/Gallery App With New UI, Editing, Photo Sphere [Update: Now With Working Sphere Viewer] and all I get is force closes when I try the panorama mode. Other than that it works with just taking photos.
    11-01-2012 06:09 PM
  9. Aurora Wright's Avatar
    So that what I have to do for every app I wanna take from the nexus 4 system dump? They're all odexed



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    Bacon in my coffee please? you don't have any bacon??!! Unacceptable!!!
    Yeah.
    triptosyll likes this.
    11-01-2012 06:46 PM
  10. triptosyll's Avatar
    Yeah.
    Does it need to be in the folder that has smali if smali is in my path?



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    Bacon in my coffee please? you don't have any bacon??!! Unacceptable!!!
    11-01-2012 07:03 PM
  11. Aurora Wright's Avatar
    Does it need to be in the folder that has smali if smali is in my path?



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    Bacon in my coffee please? you don't have any bacon??!! Unacceptable!!!
    In that case, in the current folder you are with the command prompt, I think.
    11-01-2012 07:39 PM
  12. dmmarck's Avatar
    Hey dmmark, did YOU deodex the camera app? Or did someone else? If u did, how did u?

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Android Central Forums
    I did.
    AppleBonker and triptosyll like this.
    11-01-2012 08:10 PM
  13. dmmarck's Avatar
    For developers: the problem with languages goes like this, if GPS tagging is selected and English isn't the system language, it hangs when rendering. It's weird, because photospheres aren't GPS tagged at all...


    Place the system/framework directory of the Nexus4 dump in the same folder of smali and baksmali. Then do:
    Code:
    java -jar baksmali.jar -a 17 -x GalleryGoogle.odex -d framework -o deodex
    java -jar smali.jar -o classes.dex deodex
    Then use WinRAR or similar to put the classes.dex inside GalleryGoogle.apk. Zipalign and sign the apk. Done!
    Yup you can do that or java - jar baksmali.jar -x GalleryGoogle.odex, then the java -jar smali.jar -x out (or whatever it is, typing from memory here). Rename the out.dex to classes.dex and drop it into the apk. I use Ubuntu so it takes like 2 minutes tops lol.
    AppleBonker and Aurora Wright like this.
    11-01-2012 08:12 PM
  14. dmmarck's Avatar
    Does it need to be in the folder that has smali if smali is in my path?



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    Bacon in my coffee please? you don't have any bacon??!! Unacceptable!!!
    In that case, in the current folder you are with the command prompt, I think.
    The easiest way to do it:

    1. Create a Working Folder
    2. Drop the .jar files into it
    3. Drop the system/app files and the system/framework files into it
    4. cd to the Working Folder and go from there


    If you have everything in one place it takes seconds to find the files and you only need to cd once--to the Working Folder.

    Also, my apologies for being quiet today--#lawfirmlifesucks
    11-01-2012 08:14 PM
  15. bloo's Avatar
    Working great for me, Camera, photosphere, editor and viewer. Only thing that causes FC is using flash with this camera. I'm on a international S3, stock JB, rooted, SpeedMod Kernel.
    11-01-2012 08:42 PM
  16. Noj's Avatar
    Only thing I can't do is view it after making them, no errors tho.
    11-01-2012 08:49 PM
  17. tvBilly#AC's Avatar
    This worked for me:

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    4) Used Root File Explorer to copy file libmmcamera_hdr_lib.so to /system/lib and change file permission to 644
    ...snip...
    I must have missed this part. Where did you find "libmmcamera_hdr_lib.so" and does this enable HDR in the (4.2) camera?
    11-01-2012 08:57 PM
  18. st3rv's Avatar
    Hi guys, does this update finally allow for full screen viewing of photos (just like the youtube app) or are the on screen buttons / 3 dots menu bar still always present while looking at photos?
    11-01-2012 08:57 PM
  19. dmmarck's Avatar
    I must have missed this part. Where did you find "libmmcamera_hdr_lib.so" and does this enable HDR in the (4.2) camera?
    It's in the system dump.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Xparent Cyan Tapatalk 2
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    11-01-2012 09:04 PM
  20. something obscure's Avatar
    I'm having trouble getting this to work for some reason. When I try to install with the most recent zip everything appears to go fine and both cwm and twrp say it installed successfully. When I boot up I get the android is upgrading screen as well. However, the app doesn't show up in my drawer, trying to launch from my home screen icon gets me a bubble that says app not installed.

    Recovering the original app with titanium works, but it disappears after rebooting. I ran into all the same problems trying to install the leaked clock app today as well.

    The keyboard installed fine just the day before.

    I'm using a play store galaxy nexus, stock 4.1.2, unlocked and rooted.

    Any ideas what's happening?
    11-01-2012 09:12 PM
  21. TheIowaKid's Avatar
    I'm having trouble getting this to work for some reason. When I try to install with the most recent zip everything appears to go fine and both cwm and twrp say it installed successfully. When I boot up I get the android is upgrading screen as well. However, the app doesn't show up in my drawer, trying to launch from my home screen icon gets me a bubble that says app not installed.

    Recovering the original app with titanium works, but it disappears after rebooting. I ran into all the same problems trying to install the leaked clock app today as well.

    The keyboard installed fine just the day before.

    I'm using a play store galaxy nexus, stock 4.1.2, unlocked and rooted.

    Any ideas what's happening?
    I have the same phone which tonight I installed everything on and it worked like a charm. I first used root explorer and renamed the gallery.apk to .bak. Then went into recovery and installed the zip that has all the libs and the two apks. Cleared cache and dalvik just to be safe. Rebooted and it just worked. I was tired of trying to get it to work on my S3!

    Sent from my SGH-I747 using Tapatalk 2
    11-01-2012 09:27 PM
  22. kvont's Avatar
    I followed your instructions and its still not working for me. Every time I try to open the gallery or the camera I guess "Unfortunately, Gallery has stopped"

    Verizon Galaxy Nexus Stock Rooted 4.1.1
    11-01-2012 09:45 PM
  23. triptosyll's Avatar
    For developers: the problem with languages goes like this, if GPS tagging is selected and English isn't the system language, it hangs when rendering. It's weird, because photospheres aren't GPS tagged at all...


    Place the system/framework directory of the Nexus4 dump in the same folder of smali and baksmali. Then do:
    Code:
    java -jar baksmali.jar -a 17 -x GalleryGoogle.odex -d framework -o deodex
    java -jar smali.jar -o classes.dex deodex
    Then use WinRAR or similar to put the classes.dex inside GalleryGoogle.apk. Zipalign and sign the apk. Done!
    So I did this to the MMS.apk, and everything went smooth, but when I pushed it to /system/app and changed permission, after reboot I had no messaging. That being said, I just have one more quick question. OK two. First, how do I figure out why? I don't think a logcat would work to well in this case would it?
    And, is there anything else that I might have missed. Anything more to get it to run? Maybe decompile the apk before I put the classes.dex into it? I'm not gna highjack ur thread. I really appreciate the work dmmark! So awesome, so fast. Thanks guys!! :thumbup:



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    Bacon in my coffee please? you don't have any bacon??!! Unacceptable!!!
    11-01-2012 09:50 PM
  24. something obscure's Avatar
    I have the same phone which tonight I installed everything on and it worked like a charm. I first used root explorer and renamed the gallery.apk to .bak. Then went into recovery and installed the zip that has all the libs and the two apks. Cleared cache and dalvik just to be safe. Rebooted and it just worked. I was tired of trying to get it to work on my S3!

    Sent from my SGH-I747 using Tapatalk 2
    Just tried this and still no dice. Thanks for the suggestion though.
    11-01-2012 09:56 PM
  25. Aurora Wright's Avatar
    This worked for me:

    Environment: Rooted GSM Galaxy Nexys running JB 4.1.2, stock rom + franco Kernel + CWM 6.0.1.0 touch.

    1) Used Root File Explorer to change permissions on /system to RW
    2) Used Root File Explorer to change extensions to GalleryGoogle apk and odex to bak (/system/app)
    3) Used Root File Explorer to change extension to GmsCore odex to bak (/system/app)
    4) Used Root File Explorer to copy file libmmcamera_hdr_lib.so to /system/lib and change file permission to 644
    5) Used Root File Explorer to revert /system to RO
    6) Reboot in CWM recovery
    7) Flashed 4.2Camera_t04.zip
    8) Wiped cache and dalvik cache
    9) Reboot

    The only not working for me is Tiny Planet, when I click that button on a 360 photo I took, it FC my gallery, any workaround out there?


    I hope this helps people not running any rom but stock-

    p.s: No need to set Location OFF
    That file doesn't enable HDR, I just tried. It doesn't make any difference...
    tvBilly#AC likes this.
    11-01-2012 10:01 PM
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