I've got Motorola RAZR (XT910) and I decided to install the Google+ app to stay in touch with it. Whenever I take pictures with my phone it would upload those pictures to my Google+ account even though I have set my Instant Upload settings to OFF. How can I really disable that without uninstalling the Google+ app? I would like to hand pick photos from my phone to be uploaded to my Google+. Thanks
Open the Google Plus app, go to settings and disable "instant-upload".
Please note if you enabled it: Each photo you take will be uploaded to Google Plus' staging area but not be shared immediately. It's just for convenience so that you don't have to grab your phone if you want to share some past pictures you took with your mobile. You will be able to to share from any browser you're logged in at any later time you want.
You can also select if you only want to instant-upload when you're on wifi.
I've had a similar issue on my Android phone and googled some info. Hope it can help you.
As I searched, the default Google+ application settings on an Android phone will automatically upload new images/photos to a Google+ album. There's no need to panic, though, as the images/photos and the album itself will remain private until you sign into Google+ and specify which images you want to process and share with select circles.
To disable automatic upload from the Google+ Android app, select "Settings" within the "Menu" screen and uncheck "Instant Upload." Now you have control of which mobile photos make it to your private Google+ album.