How to delete Picasa photos from Samsung galaxy note 4

How to delete Picasa photos from Samsung galaxy note 4

For a few days, I have been receiving messages on various social networks with the following questions: “how to delete Picasa photos from Samsung galaxy note 4?”

Is there any way to remove Picasa albums from the gallery? Why do I need to have Picasa albums in my smartphone gallery?

In short, lately, this data synchronization has been a little annoying to various owners of devices with the Android operating system.

So with this guide, we’re going to see how you can eliminate this data synchronization between your device and Google servers.

How to delete Picasa photos from Samsung galaxy note 4?

You need to go into the settings of your device.  If you don’t want to scroll through here you can hit search and type in accounts.

And then here I select my Google account and then I can see what is being synced and all I have to do is go to Picasa sync Picasa Web Albums.

You’ll still see it still spinning which means it’s syncing things so if I uncheck it will no longer ask me to add it into the gallery.

If you did allow it and it’s in your gallery do the same thing uncheck that then what you’ll need to do is go back to your settings.

And search for application manager and then scroll over till you see all tabs and you can go down here and go to the gallery.

Here you’ll see it’s cached 60 Meg of those photos so what I’m actually going to do is hit clear data and this will delete everything that’s currently in the gallery.

If I go back home I can then go into the gallery and you’ll see that there is no longer anything in the gallery. So that’s how you remove the Picasa folder from your gallery on your Android device.

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There are two ways to do this work

There are two ways to do this work

The first way, to remove the albums, is the following

  • Go to the gallery of your smartphone or tablet
  • Now he pressed the first button on the left of the smartphone or tablet
  • Enter Settings => inside you will find the Account item, just click on that of the Google account and then you will be sent to the Synchronization Settings screen for Google.
  • From this screen, you can cancel the synchronization. In fact, you will find in the menu the item Synchronize Picasa Web Albums, with the sync sign next to it.
  • Once this is done, go to the Settings, select Applications, and scroll to the right to the All item, on this screen look for Gallery, open it and click on Clear data.
  • Now if you go back to the Gallery you will see that all the images synchronized with Picasa are gone.

The second way to remove albums is as follows

  • Go to Settings, at this point scroll down until you find the Account or Account and Synchronization item. Here select the Google one.
  • In the new screen, go to disable the Google Photos and Synchronize Picasa Web Albums item.
  • Once this is done, go to Settings, select Applications and scroll right to the All item, on this screen look for Gallery, open it and click on Clear data.
  • Now if you go back to the Gallery you will see that all the images synchronized with Picasa are gone.

Last Words

Well, I hope that I have been clear in explaining the steps that allow us to remove the albums, I am always at your disposal for other requests or clarifications in this regard.

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