I have a G+ account with about 15 albums and I also have a Galaxy Note 2, these albums are nicely syncronised to my phone.
But, every time I share a picture or pictures, a new album is created on the phone (title is the date of the post) containing the photos shared on that day. When I open the Gallery on the phone, it's a complete, utter and unavoidable chaos in there.
Short of completely deleting my G+ account, is there a way of telling the damn phone or the G+ not to syncronise the shared photos with the phone?
#android #galaxynote2 #galaxy
(Yes, I have already linked my G+ with my YouTube channel)
I am a Mac user (by choice) and a Windows user by force (at work). I also use Windows at home for some specific tasks, so my time split between two operating systems is about 50:50.
I switched to Mac in 2004 when I really had enough of Windows 2000 and XP but I never gave up on Windows completely. I can say I'm advanced user of both Win and OS X, bordering geek, I'm a professional OS X trainer as well, so I know my way around very, very well.
I spent last three days with Windows 8, trying to make some sense out of it, but it's hopeless. It's insane what they've done, it's masochistic. Things are all over the place, whatever you touch. Nothing makes any sense, no logic whatever you touch.
I installed Start8, that restores a bit of a sanity, but the whole Metro thing on desktop computers is just a wrong adventure. Metro .. I mean Modern UI ...
Modern? Yes, it's as modern as "Modern Talking" - for those who loved their pop music in 1980s.
They finally managed to fix Windows to a great degree with Windows 7, and then they did this ... They're going to cry over this for many, many years.
I live in beautiful Brisbane, Australia and I am:
- Project manager
- Liverpool FC diehard
- Radio amateur (VK4DX)
- Formula One freak
- Apple Mac geek
- Web designer
- Honda driver
- Husband and father
- Son and brother
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