Deleting Photos on Your Google Pixel 3

Deleting Photos on Your Google Pixel 3

Hey there! So, I’m going to show you how to delete photos from your Google Pixel 3. It’s an easy process, but I’ll break it down step by step just to make sure you get it.

First things first, find the Photos app on your Pixel 3’s home screen and tap on it. Once you’re in the app, you’ll see all of your photos and videos.

Now, let’s say you want to delete a single photo. Scroll through your collection until you find the one you want to get rid of. Once you’ve found it, just tap on it to open it up. In the top right corner, you’ll see three dots stacked on top of each other. Tap on those dots, and a menu will pop up. From there, you’ll see the option to “Delete from device.” Just tap on that, and poof! The photo is gone.

But let’s say you don’t want to delete just one photo. Maybe you have a lot of them that you want to get rid of. Well, there’s a way to delete multiple photos at once. Here’s how:

In the Photos app, go back to the main screen where all of your photos are displayed. In the top right corner, you’ll see a square with a checkmark inside of it. Tap on that square, and you’ll enter selection mode. Now, you can start selecting the photos you want to delete. Just tap on the photos one by one to select them. As you tap on each photo, you’ll see a blue checkmark appear on it. Once you’ve selected all the photos you want to delete, look for the trash can icon at the top of the screen. Tap on it, and a confirmation pop-up will appear asking if you’re sure you want to delete the selected photos. Just tap “Delete” and that’s it! The selected photos will be deleted.

Now, let’s say you have a ton of photos and you want to delete all of them in one fell swoop. Well, guess what? There’s a way to do that too! Here’s how:

Again, in the Photos app, go back to the main screen. This time, instead of tapping on the square with the checkmark, tap and hold on it. After a moment, you’ll see all of the photos get selected automatically. Once they’re all selected, tap on the trash can icon at the top of the screen. Confirm that you want to delete all the photos, and boom! They’re all gone.

That’s it! Now you know how to delete photos from your Google Pixel 3. It’s a breeze, right? So go ahead and clean up your photo collection like a pro. Happy deleting!

How to Delete Photos from Your Google Pixel 3

The Pixel 4 may be the newest model, but in my opinion, the Google Pixel 3 is still the best choice overall. Even though it’s been two years since it came out, its camera is still better than the competition. And with such a great camera, you’ll probably end up taking a ton of photos. But all those pictures take up space on your Pixel 3, so at some point, you’ll need to delete some.

So, here’s what you can do with those photos on your device – I’ll show you how to delete them, back them up, convert them, and more.

Deleting Photos

To delete the photos from your phone, go to your Home screen. Then, swipe up once and swipe up again to see all your installed apps. Look for the Photos app and tap on it. This will open up your phone gallery. Now, press and hold the image you want to delete. This will give you options to select multiple photos. Tap on any other photos you want to delete. Once you’ve selected all the photos you want to remove, tap the trash icon. Confirm by tapping Move to trash.

Alternatively, you can use a handy app called Syncios to delete the photos (and do a whole lot more) on any phone or computer model. Syncios is a mobile data management app that can make your life much easier.

To get started with the app, connect your Pixel 3 device to your computer. The app should automatically detect the type and model of your phone. It will show you everything that’s on your device, including apps, text messages, and photos.

To start deleting your photos, go to the Photos tab and select the album(s) or photo(s) you want to remove. To select multiple entries, use the Ctrl/Shift commands (if you’re using a PC). Once you’re done selecting, click Delete and confirm by clicking Yes.

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Adding Pictures

Hey there! Did you know that the Syncios app can do more than just delete photos? It can also help you add pictures to your Pixel 3 device. Let me show you how! First, go to the Photos tab on the panel to the left. From there, select Import. You’ll be able to choose photos or albums from your computer. After you’re finished selecting, click Open and wait a moment. The transfer should be quick and easy!

Backing Up Pictures

Sometimes, you want to keep your photos safe without losing them from your Pixel 3 device. That’s where the Syncios app comes in handy! To back up your photos, follow the same steps as before to select the ones you want. However, this time, instead of deleting, click on the Export option.

The app will ask you to choose a location on your computer to save the backup. Make your selection and click Export. Just like that, your photos are safely backed up!

Converting to GIF

Guess what? You can even turn your pictures into GIFs using the Syncios app! It’s a cool feature that you’ll love. Start by selecting the photo you want to convert to a GIF. Then, click Convert to GIF and the GIF Maker tool will open up. Play around with it and have fun creating your custom GIF. You can choose the size, location, and frame rate for your GIF. Once you’re satisfied, hit confirm and enjoy your creation on your Pixel 3 phone!

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Controlling Your Pictures on Pixel 3

Hey there! If you want to tidy up your photos on your Pixel 3, I’ve got a cool recommendation for you. You don’t really need an extra gadget to delete pictures, but using Syncios will definitely make your life a whole lot easier.

So, what’s the deal with this app? Do you think it would be nice if Pixel 3 had better built-in photo management options? I’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below. Don’t forget, you can also drop a question, share a tip, or start a discussion. Let’s talk!

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