The most frustrated thing in the first time I was using Galaxy S3 was all photos taken with my phone’s camera are uploaded automatically to my Facebook and Google+ account. Obviously that’s including my private photos. Ideally, we only upload several selected photos to be shared online. But how to stop your Galaxy S3 from uploading all your photos automatically? Read on..
The only answer for that question is by stopping your phone from syncing automatically each time it’s connected to Internet. But it doesn’t mean that you have to totally stop it from syncing but simply choose which syncing parts should be disabled.
To do that, follow these steps:
1- On your phone, tap on “Settings” icon
2- Scroll down a bit to find out “Personal” section
3- Tap on “Accounts and Sync”
4- You’ll see available accounts for syncing to
in this case I have there: Yahoo, Facebook and Google+
5- To totally disable all accounts’ sync, simply turn the button off
6- Or, you can pick one or more accounts to be synced
7- You can also set which parts to be disabled or enabled by tapping the account name
8- For example, tap your Google account
9- To disable one part, simply un-tick that part
for example I will disable “Google Photos Syncing”, so simply I removed that tick away.
10- That’s all.
For a demo, simply watch the video here or this one embedded below..