Its not hidden from anyone that Android tasted a huge success with its Android 4.1 Jelly Bean version. If you are true Android freak, then you must be familiar with the highly ongoing buzz about the 4.2 Jelly Bean. Well, finally the buzz is over as its official now. Even the update regarding the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean has started rolling out from Google LG Nexus 4 device. Now you can install apps of Jelly Bean 4.2 on your Android device and we have covered best android 4.2 jellybean camera photoshere image collections and this tutorial bring photo sphere camera apps to your android device.

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Well, I am here with a tutorial to install the default Jelly Bean 4.2 Camera in your Android device. Please note that this tutorial will work for the devic es running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread version and also, on the devices, which are rooted to Android 4.0 +.

Steps to Install Default Jellybean 4.2 Camera to your Android Device

  • Make sure to enable the USB Debugging Mode on your Android device, before starting with the tutorial. You can enable debugging mode by navigating to Settings > Development Options and selecting the Enable Debugging Mode option there.
  • Charge your Android device to at least 60 percent, before starting with the tutorial.
  • You need the default Jelly Bean 4.2 camera .APK file with you. Download the same from here (
  • The simple way to install this app is by just transferring it to your device, by using the USB cable or Bluetooth and then installing it in the no rmal way.
  • Well, if in case, that does not work for you. You can proceed the installation by entering into Recovery Mode. ROM Manager can help you in easy installation via the Recovery Mode. Download this particular app from here.

Whoaaa!! Its all over. Opt for any installation method, depending on your convenience. Hit the comment section below with your doubts (if any).

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