I take pictures, you take pictures, everyone
takes pictures, but I don’t take pictures of you. That would be a bit weird. But the gallery of on the Samsung Galaxy S4
is likely to fill up with pictures very quickly. These pictures will be sorted into different
locations depending on what they are. Pictures taken with the camera, pictures from you SD
card, and pictures from social media. But then there will be this strange section
of photos that you might recognise but don’t really know how they’ve got onto your phone.
Well these are all pictures on the internet from Picasa albums, basically stuff on services
Google provides and the telltale sign is this little Picasa symbol next to picture. If you want to remove these, press the menu
button whilst you’re in the gallery and then select content to display. Then untick Content
in Picasa and when you return to the gallery they will have magically disappeared. This won’t delete the photos, they will still
be out there on the internet from whenever and wherever you put them there in the first
place, but at least they’re no longer clogging up your gallery.