Google Photos, in case you haven’t heard, is a smart new photo backup and sharing carrier that enhances Google+. It’s the Flickr alternative Google lovers were looking ahead to, and it’s certifiably superior.
But it additionally comes with a few quirks for many who don’t if truth be told need to use it. One of the ones quirks is that uninstalling Google Photos from an Android phone doesn’t essentially imply you’re now not the use of Google Photos for backup, as the environment exists in the Google Settings app that are meant to be put in on your phone.
So how do you flip it off? Simply in finding “Google Photos Backup” in Google Settings and make a selection whether or not you wish to have photo backups enabled or disabled. This is the place you'll be able to additionally set add measurement/high quality, in addition to figuring out while you wish to have backup to accomplish its responsibility (comparable to handiest while you’re on WiFi). Keep this in thoughts for those who’re now not interested by Google routinely backing your pictures up, or for those who merely come to a decision that you simply’d moderately use one thing else.