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I use a Google Pixel 6 with Android 12. How can I change the shutter speed when taking a picture?

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    I looked into buying a Google Pixel 3,4,5, or 6, and I was told that you cannot adjust any real photography settings on any Google Pixel phone using the native software. This was enough to turn me off from all Google phones. Jan 13 at 9:37
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    @RockPaperLz-MaskitorCasket also it can't record videos for too long as the phone overheats and automatically stops recording. May 29 at 11:02
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    Thanks for the update Franck. It's ugly that companies like Google sell products either without sufficiently testing them, or knowing full well that they have big problems. May 31 at 9:00

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Changing the shutter speed when taking a picture is not possible with the default camera application on a Google Pixel 6 with Android 12. However, one can use this mod: https://www.celsoazevedo.com/files/android/google-camera/dev-MWP/ (root not needed).

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On the left side, bottom part, there's an option to change the exposure time.

There's a native long exposure mode:

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