If you are one of the millions of people who have used Zoom for video conferencing, you know that virtual backgrounds are a big deal. These virtual backgrounds can replace the real background behind you. Android app can use this feature as well, here’s how.
the Zoom The app does not support virtual backgrounds for all Android devices. It seems that only relatively new and powerful devices have this feature. Before you start, go to the Google Play Store and make sure Zoom is updated with the latest version.
In the “In a meeting (advanced)” section, make sure that “Virtual background” is enabled.
Tap the screen to display the controls and select the “More” button.
From the context menu, select “Virtual background”. If your device doesn’t support virtual backgrounds, you won’t see this option.
There will be a few preloaded backgrounds for you to use. Just tap on one of them to make it your background.
To use a custom virtual background, scroll right and press the “+” button.
Zoom will open a file manager and you can select any image on your device. Zoom for Android does not support video backgrounds.
Once you select an image, it will appear as the background. Press “Close” to exit the background picker interface.
That’s all! Go ahead and have fun with your Zoom calls.