@DrinkingPants74 Well in the initial post I just asked a simple question; “Could this be used as a foundation to a new native /e/OS Camera?” So the idea would be that /e/ could take the code and build an improved /e/ camera. No, the GrapheneOS Camera is not compatible with pie. But that was never the focus of this post. Now, that doesn’t mean /e/ can not build upon the code and find a way to make an /e/ camera compatible for pie. I wasn’t suggesting /e/ just take and use the Graphene Camera as is. I suggested they take the code and make their own from it, just like they took LineageOS and built something different from it. That’s all. But in the mean time, for those who want to use the Graphene camera as is, and if it is compatible, then by all means go for it. It’s all about options. If you are not able to use the camera as is, then that is unfortunate. However if your device can get Q on your device then you should be good.