How To Delete Picasa Photos From Android Device?

Do you have Google account? If you have created Google account and set up with Android device, then you can sync your Google account with your Android device. If you have synced your Google account with Android device and syncing Picasa Web album is enabled, then you will be able to see your photos from Picasa account on your Android device's gallery. You can also easily delete your Picasa photos from your Android device. If you are looking for a step by step process to delete Picasa photos from Android device, read below.

Following are the steps to Delete Picasa Photos From Android Device:

  1. Start your Android device.
  2. Go to "Settings" on your Android device.
  3. Select "Accounts" tab.
  4. Tap "Google" option.
  5. You will see your Google account email ID which is synced with Android device.
  6. Tap on your email ID and unckeck "Sync Picasa Web Albums".
  7. Again go to "Settings" on your Android device.
  8. Go to "Application Manager" tab and find "Gallery" from all tab and click on it.
  9. Tap "Force stop" button and then tap "Ok" button.
  10. Click "Clear data".
  11. After clearing data, your Galery will refresh and you would not be able to see Picasa photos from your Gallery.
  12. A "Delete app data" window opens up. Click "Ok" button.
  13. This is how you can delete Picasa Photos from Android device.

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