How to scan QR codes on any Android phone? In this tutorial, I show you how to scan a qr code with your Android phone. This means you can scan QR codes on any Android phone including Google Pixel, Samsung, OnePlus, and Moto. Scanning QR codes with an Android phone is easy without an app and only requires the camera.
Scan QR Code on Any Android (Video Tutorial):
Follow the steps below to scan QR codes on Android:
Open the camera on your Android phone.
Open the camera settings. Look for an arrow or a gear.
Once in the camera settings look for Scan QR Codes. This could be it’s own option or is also labeled Google Lens Suggestions.
Once you have enabled QR codes scanning on your Android phone go back to the camera and scan the QR codes.
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