Pokemon GO is a very popular augmented reality or AR adventure game in the Pokemon franchise. Likewise, it is one of the most popular mobile games available today. The game is a very unique Pokemon game in both its gameplay and mechanics. AR implementation in the game is one of the most unique and interactive features of a Pokemon game. The game comes from a collaboration between publisher Niantic with Nintendo and also The Pokemon Company. It is available on mobile, both on iOS and Android since its launch in 2016. This article is a fixing guide on the Pokemon Go camera not working in 2022.
Snapshot in Pokemon Go
Pokemon Go requires various permissions from your mobile device. Device permissions such as location permissions, storage permissions, camera permissions, etc are necessary for its core gameplay mechanics. Therefore, one of the more unique uses of the camera and the AR feature is Snapshot. Snapshot in Pokemon Go allows you to place any of your Pokemon in your surroundings using AR (augmented reality) mode. Likewise, the feature gives you an AR glimpse of what your Pokemon looks like in the real world. Additionally, it allows you to take a photo to capture the moment. Thus, your device’s camera is essential for the proper functioning of the Pokemon Go app.
Coming to the main topic of this article, some fans are facing an issue in the game where their device’s camera fails to work in Pokemon Go. Read on below to find out how to solve this annoying issue.
How To Fix Pokemon Go camera not working in 2022
In order to fix the camera not working issue, you have to give all the camera permissions for the Pokemon GO app and also grant all the necessary permissions.
Tap on your phone Settings
Open up Applications in the settings option.
Search for the Pokemon GO app in the apps list
Tap on Pokemon Go and then, tap on the ‘Permissions’ option to open ‘App Permissions’.
Now, grant access to your phone camera by simply turning it on.
Go to Settings
Tap on Privacy.
Then, Tap on the Camera to see which apps have access to it.
You can allow Pokemon Go using the camera from here.
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