Google Camera returns to correctly read QR codes


Google Camera is updated in these hours and goes to resolve the problems with QR codes we told you about yesterday. The Mountain View house was quick to identify the critical issues and release a corrective update.

News Google Camera 8.4.400: solved problems with QR code

Google Camera has caused several headaches to users in recent times, as it was going to interpret some QR codes incorrectly. As we explained to you in detail yesterday, the app led to different types of errors, going to insert points where it shouldn’t and delete some specific strings. All this obviously did nothing but refer to different or nonexistent sites.

Thankfully Big G was quick and has already released a corrective update of Google Camera, which comes to the version 8.4.400. The official changelog has not been released, but it seems that the errors mentioned above no longer occur and that the URLs are now interpreted correctly.

How to install Google Camera 8.4.400

Google Camera 8.4.400 is already available for download on the Google Play Store and you should find it among the updates. You can follow the badge below to check, or alternatively you can always opt for manual installation via APK by clicking on this link (APKMirror).

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