How To Enable EIS On Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 Without Root

EIS support on Zenfone Max Pro M1

The Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 Seems To Be Ever Evolving. There Have Been Many Updates Coming Day By Day On This Phone And Improved Its Performance, Camera Quality, Security Patch And Many Other Updates But There Is A Feature That Is Missing In This Phone Is EIS(Electonic Image Stabilization).

But This Feature Is Unveiled On XDA-Developer But This Feature Is Not Revealed By Asus. The Steps Are Shown On XDA.

XDA Member Ronello Outlined The Steps To Enable EIS In Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1. The Steps Are Below-

  • Open Camera App.

  • Then Go To Settings.

  • Search For “Redeye Reduction” And Tap On It Until There’s PopUp Saying You’re In “Camera Developer Mode”.

  • Then Go To Video Mode.

  • Set The Resolution To Anything Less Than 4K.

  • Toggle The Image Stabilization.

Camera EIS Enabling

These Instructions Are Very Easy To Use And Without Root. This Feature Is Working Well. When We Make Video With This Feature The Video Is Less Shaky. Users On XDA’s Forum Are Also Reporting Same. However, It Still Not Clear That Why Asus Has Not Enabled The Feature Officially In The Camera App. The Company Could Push Out An Update In The Future To Enable It.

On The Other Way, You Can Use Google Camera App Without Requiring Root Access. The Instruction Are On XDA And They Are Easy To Follow. The Phone Has A Hidden Fastboot Command Mode To Enable Camera2API Without Modifying The System Files.

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