Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 9 owners can easily enable 4K 60FPS video recording with the simple steps ahead. In terms of video recording capability upgrades, new Samsung Galaxy S9 and Note 9 lineup brought in 60FPS video recording with 4K resolution. However, it turns out, if you have an older Galaxy S8, S8+ or even Galaxy Note 8, there are few simple software tweaks you can do to have the same smooth 60FPS 4K recording. For complete instructions, continue reading ahead and do keep in mind, this guide does not require root.
Whats great about this clever mod is that you don’t need to mess around with system settings that much. In fact, if you have your phone completely stock, you can easily implement the steps and have higher FPS video recording enabled. After you have the option enabled, you can easily switch between existing video recording options and the high-quality 60FPS 4K from the Camera app itself — no need to tweak any further settings. We recommend you run latest official firmware for this guide as it might or might not work with custom ROMs.
How to Enable 4K 60FPS Video Recording – Samsung Galaxy S8 / Note 8
Here are all the steps that you would need to implement in order to have high-framerate 4K video recording enabled on older Samsung flagships.
Step 1 – Download the Camera script editor app through the APK file linked ahead and install it. Don’t know how to install APK files? Read: How to Install Android apps manually.
Step 2 – Now, after installation, open the app from its shortcut in app drawer and then to Settings. From here, tap on last tab and then on Edit Camera Script setting.
Step 3 – Here is all the code that you need to copy and paste. Make sure to copy everything precisely.
Step 4 – Save and exit the app.
Step 5 – Head on to your Camera app and now, you should see 4K 60FPS recording option.
That’s all to it! You can now record 60FPS video at 4K through your Samsung Galaxy S8 / Galaxy Note 8. If you ran into problems, reach us through the comments below.