We will be learning how to stop Google Photos backup on Android or iPhone. Yes, you have total control what exactly Google does to your phone’s photos and videos. Google might be automatically backing up your photos and videos but you don’t want that. You can actually stop that from happening or choose another way you want to back them up.
There are lots of ways to back up your phone photos, whether you’re using an iPhone or Android. Google Photos is one of the best photo apps with lots of advantages. It lets you manage your photo library and save your photos. However, not everyone loves the idea of backing up their photos automatically. If you’re one of those, then you’re on the right page. We will be showing you how to stop it
How to Stop Google Photos Backup
• Launch the Google Photos app on your phone
• Click on the menu icon on the top-left corner by clicking on the three horizontal bars.
• Tap on the Settings icon.
• Click on “Back up & Sync”.
• Then disable the service.
Google Photos will stop backing up your photos and videos. You can also stop Google Photos from using up all your mobile data by stopping it from uploading photos and videos via 3G or 4G. You can also expand your storage space on Google Drive if you need more space to save stuff.
This is how to stop Google Photos backing up photos on Android. Taking these steps will save you enough data but you can lose photos and videos if you don’t back them up with Google Photos.