How to get the biggest camera feature of Pixel 6 series on your old Pixel phone

Google recently launched its new flagship smartphones Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro that get few exclusive features such as Motion Mode, real time translation, action shots and several others thanks to the company’s in-house Tensor chipset. However, as per several reports, you can use some of these features on other Pixel smartphones with Android 12 operating system as well. One such feature that is reportedly working on older Pixel smartphones is the Magic Eraser. To install the feature, you just have to sideload Google Photos 5.64 on your Pixel device.
For those who don’t know, the Magic Eraser tool helps you to remove unwanted objects and people from the images in Google Photos by using artificial intelligence. To use the feature, users just have to go to the Edit menu in Google Photos, tap on the Tools option, select Magic Eraser and select the object that you want to remove.
According to previous reports, few older Pixel smartphones are also able to use the new Google Assistant feature called ‘Quick Phrases’. The feature allows users to command your Android smartphone to perform certain tasks without using the ‘Hey Google’ trigger phrase
The feature can be used for various commands to answer calls, stop alarms and few other basic functions. It puts the Google Assistant on standby and whenever you receive a call, the Assistant will wait for your command to ‘Answer’ or ‘Decline’ the call. Similarly, when your alarm goes off, the Assistant waits for your command to say ‘Stop’ or ‘Snooze’. Google Assistant reminds you when you can skip saying ‘Hey Google’ through a small popup under the heads-up notification.
As per a previous analysis by 9to5Google, apart from the commands mentioned above, users will also be able to add specific commands as per their choice. These commands will be categorised into ‘Recommended’, ‘Alarms’, ‘Connect’, ‘General Info’, ‘Lights’, ‘Media Controls’, ‘Timers’ and ‘To-Dos’.

By William Regal

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