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From what I have read, the only photos that are backed up are those in the folder named "DCIM/Camera", which should include photos from your camera. If you move other photos there (e.g. downloaded, etc.), they should be backed up.
On my phone running the latest stable version of Google+, only the camera roll is auto backup'd. There are several additional folders (downloads, Path, Instagram) that are not being synced. From your description, G+ currently does exactly what you want.
Try Camera Album. This app automatically redirects captured photos to the selected album/directory. You can have multiple albums and quickly switch between them before taking photo. And with applications mentioned in previous posts you can synchronize only directories that you want.
As Google Drive is an option to the OP: I use an app called FolderSync, which support a load of cloud services (including e.g. Google Drive, Amazon S3, and Dropbox) as well as FTP/SFTP/FTPS to support your own servers. Using it successfully with SFTP and Dropbox, I can recommend its use: you can define "Folder Pairs" to sync, e.g. a single remote directory ...
Still looking for other answers I've found Gallery Drive Sync, an app that will selectively sync image folders when you want it to, not automatically (you have to go in and press "sync" next to the gallery for it to work). This can be a feature, but in my case it isn't since I'd like it to happen automatically.
AFAIK there is no way to selectively sync photos with G+. But on Dropbox, by default only the camera roll photos are uploaded by default for cloud backup.
You are not alone. Inability to uninstall any apps and crashes in Settings, are some of the nasty bugs in Sony's recent Google Play edition devices. Currently there are no workarounds, and you must wait until Sony releases an update with fixes for these issues. Sources: Android Authority, Android Community [Edit] Allegedly, the upcoming 4.4.2 OTA update ...
That's a pretty well known "feature". Don't worry, your data is backed up there – it only does not restore. And you cannot even really delete it there. So in some way, it's "safe"... Things you might want to look up in this context: What exactly is synced with Google? Underlines what I've said before, and also shows you ways to check what's "synced" ...
Combining several apps you most likely find useful for other means as well, this should be accomplishable. So first, let's list the components: Tasker: the mighty automation tool will trigger several actions for us FolderSync: will do the real copy/sync jobs Titanium Backup will do your backups (well, it does already). No need to elaborate on Titanium ...
I've just published an app for automatic photo upload to Google Drive with lots of convenient options. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mynextandroid.drivephotosync It's free so give it a try! BRs
Use Jorte Calendar on your Android. It will sync with Yahoo Calendar. Play Store links: Jorte Calendar Jorte Sync
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