1. Atiya's Avatar
    I disabled my Picasa uploader so that it wont automatically upload photos in Picasa web
    but my google + seems to be uploading the pictures automatically. So I disabled it too
    But still the problem persists and that there are notifications of Google trying to upload it in the web..

    Help please

    I dont want any automatic uploads unless I upload it myself
    10-06-2013 10:28 PM
  2. harryhoudini66's Avatar
    Look at your Google Plus account and then verify you don't have pictures set to Sync under Sync.
    10-07-2013 12:26 AM
  3. still1's Avatar
    open Google+ app-->menu[3 dots on top right]-->settings-->Auto backup-->OFF [on top right]
    10-07-2013 11:55 AM
  4. Atiya's Avatar
    open Google+ app-->menu[3 dots on top right]-->settings-->Auto backup-->OFF [on top right]
    but every time i click the AUTO-SYNC in the the power control tab. itll just go back on again... right?
    10-07-2013 11:34 PM
  5. B. Diddy's Avatar
    but every time i click the AUTO-SYNC in the the power control tab. itll just go back on again... right?
    No. The auto-sync toggle will turn on your sync settings the way you have selected them. That's what the checkboxes are for. So if you uncheck something, your phone will autosync everything except for that thing you unchecked.

    Keep in mind that keeping the Google Photos box checked will still keep all of your Google+ albums synced. It's the Google+ Auto-Backup checkbox that is responsible for automatically backing up any photo or video you take with your camera to the special backup album in Google+.
    10-08-2013 12:42 AM
  6. Atiya's Avatar
    Thanks..will try this

    No. The auto-sync toggle will turn on your sync settings the way you have selected them. That's what the checkboxes are for. So if you uncheck something, your phone will autosync everything except for that thing you unchecked.

    Keep in mind that keeping the Google Photos box checked will still keep all of your Google+ albums synced. It's the Google+ Auto-Backup checkbox that is responsible for automatically backing up any photo or video you take with your camera to the special backup album in Google+.
    10-09-2013 02:40 AM
  7. wildchild_pt's Avatar
    open Google+ app-->menu[3 dots on top right]-->settings-->Auto backup-->OFF [on top right]
    Has there been a recent update to this app that has removed this option? I had removed the sync a short while back, but to my surprise I just saw hundreds of my photos online and Google trying to make a movie out of them.
    I have looked all over to change the sync settings but cannot find it neither in the google+app, google+ online more in the devi e settings.
    Any help will be much appreciated
    Charlie
    09-01-2015 08:32 AM
  8. still1's Avatar
    Has there been a recent update to this app that has removed this option? I had removed the sync a short while back, but to my surprise I just saw hundreds of my photos online and Google trying to make a movie out of them.
    I have looked all over to change the sync settings but cannot find it neither in the google+app, google+ online more in the devi e settings.
    Any help will be much appreciated
    Charlie
    photos has been moved out of google few months ago. update photos app and go to the settings
    09-09-2015 04:28 PM

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