- Turn off Google Photos in Settings -> Google account.
- Disable sync next to the Gallery app. Clear apps data from Gallery.
- Delete all your photos and videos in gallery.
- Which will also delete them from Google+ Photos if you enabled that option.
How to Unsync from Google Photos on Android
Open the Google Photos app and select “3 line” in the upper left. You will see your account email address there. Click on it, and you can remove an account, add a new one or toggle between them.
On an Android phone or tablet, open the Google Photos app and sign in to your account. At the top right, tap your profile photo or initial. Select Settings/Back up & sync from the dropdown menu that appears next to it and tap Back up & sync.
You will then have a few options on how you want to back-up photos: for just yourself only (this is default), just full resolution backup, off, backing up whenever Wi-Fi is available, all backed-up photos automatically uploading if there’s a network connection available etc.
Tap “back-Up when wi-fi” checkbox
You can add many Accounts to Photos in your phone. To do this: open the Photos, press Menu three lines at top left, tap on email account, and then select +Add an Account and so you can switch between accounts.
You can access Google Photos on the web at photos.google.com, or by installing the Google Photos app on your mobile device.
The location of your saved Google Photos depends on the device you’re using. On Android, they’re usually in the Photos or Gallery app. On iOS, they’re in the Photos app.
Your Google photo library is located in the Google Photos app. To access it, open the app and sign in with the same Google account you used to create the library. The app will show all of your photos and videos, as well as albums that you’ve created.
To transfer your Google Photos to another account, first open the Google Photos app. Then, tap on the three lines in the top left corner of the screen and select “Settings.” Next, tap on “Google Account” and then “Manage Accounts.” Finally, tap on “Add Account” and follow the instructions to sign in to the account you want to transfer your photos to.
If you’re looking to get your old Google Photos back, you’ll need to follow these steps:
Open the Google Photos app.
Tap the three lines in the top left corner of the main screen.
Scroll down and tap “Settings.”
Tap “Backup & sync.”
Under “Google Photos,” tap “Manage backup.”
Toggle off “Back up & sync.
There are a few ways to do this. One way is to use the “Download your data” feature in your Google account settings. This will download a copy of all your data, including email, contacts, and calendar events.
Another way is to use the Google Takeout feature. This will create a compressed file of all your data that you can then import into your new Google account.
To access your Google library, open your web browser and go to google.com. In the search bar at the top of the page, type in “my library” and press Enter. You will be taken to a page where you can see all the books that you have saved in your Google account. To read one of these books, click on its title and it will open in a new tab or window.