Google Photos is an excellent tool that allows iPhone users to store and access their photos on the cloud. However, some users may want to unsync their Google Photos from their iPhone due to various reasons, such as privacy concerns or storage constraints. In this article, we will guide you through the steps of unsynchronizing Google Photos from your iPhone.
Step 1: Open Google Photos App
The first step in unsynchronizing Google Photos from your iPhone is to open the Google Photos app. The app icon usually appears as a multi-colored pinwheel on your home screen.
Step 2: Access Settings
Once you have opened the Google Photos app, you need to access the app settings. You can do this by tapping on the three horizontal lines on the top left corner of the app’s main screen. This will open a menu where you can find the “Settings” option.
Step 3: Select “Back up & sync” Option
In the Settings menu, scroll down until you find the “Back up & sync” option. Tap on this option to access the backup and sync settings for your Google Photos account.
Step 4: Turn off “Back up & sync” Option
To unsync your Google Photos from your iPhone, you need to turn off the “Back up & sync” option. This option is usually toggled on by default, so you need to toggle it off to unsynchronize your photos. Once you have turned off the “Back up & sync” option, your photos will no longer be synchronized with your Google Photos account.
People also ask:
Q: How do I stop Google Photos from syncing?
A: To stop Google Photos from syncing, you need to turn off the “Back up & sync” option in the app settings.
Q: Will turning off “Back up & sync” delete my photos?
A: No, turning off “Back up & sync” will not delete your photos. Your photos will still be saved on your iPhone, but they will not be synchronized with your Google Photos account.
Q: Can I unsync only specific albums or photos from Google Photos?
A: No, you cannot unsync specific albums or photos from Google Photos. Turning off the “Back up & sync” option will unsync all your photos from your iPhone.