From the Google+ app, select Settings -> Instant Upload and press the Upload all item, it will just upload any photos that haven't already been uploaded.
As noted in the comments, you can also share individual photos in your album via Google+.
Update: How to do it in the new Google Photos Android app:
Open Google Photos.
Go to Settings on the left panel.
Click on Backup & Sync.
Scroll down a bit.
Click on Choose folders to back up...
Activate or deactivate each folder by clicking the switch.
From: Back up photos & videos automatically
Turn on or off for individual folders
With the latest update to Google+ something changed in the Photos app. To ensure you are deleting the right pictures take the following steps:
Go into the Photos app
Click on the top left corner for the side menu
Scroll down to Folders and click on it
You will be presented with the different folders on your phone. Delete everything from there and check ...
Google Plus is not shipped typically as an standalone app but a part of the bundle named Google Apps (GAPPS).
The core of the GAPPS package is the famous app named Google Play Services which is accessible directly by the user in the form of Google Settings.
That said, an OEM isn't allowed to ship Google Plus or any part of GAPPS package, without the consent ...
Open the Photos application on Android. It can be found in the Main application list.
The three dots in the upper right corner -> Settings
Choose Auto Backup.
Under Auto backup, under the third section Backup Settings choose Back up all.
Make sure that your connection settings permit you the backup - you must be using a WiFi connection if under Back up ...
What is get my phone from local production?
Since you mentioned about custom system are you referring to a modded ROM like Cyanogenmod, Paranoid Android etc?
You have custom recovery in place? If so, grab the latest Google Apps from here appropriately for Android 4.0.4 aka ICS, more than likely, this version of gapps.
Reboot into Recovery, select:
Tap the post you want to share
Open the overflow menu (three vertical dots)
You'll receive a message: "Post link copied to clipboard."
You can now paste that link to whatever sharing mechanism you'd like
Not the same as using the Android Share function, but, again, Google+ is not alone in doing this. I don't know when this function was added to ...
Open up Play Games and click on your avatar in the header.
Click the Pencil icon in the top right hand corner of the app.
You should then be able to enter a new 'Gamer ID' to replace 'HighLemon4719'. You can also change the avatar image that is displayed too.
I just did a test and got it to work. Thanks to Trebor Rude for the clue.
You need to save your Camera Zoom FX photos to the same place as the default camera. You'll end up with the untouched photo as well as the photo with the applied effects in your Instant Upload on Google+.
To change where Camera Zoom FX saves its photos...
Choose Settings | All ...
Google Talk syncs to your Gmail account. This offers free instant messaging to all your Google contacts that you have invited to “talk” with. You can use the services within the Gmail web page, or download Google Talk and install it on your computer or smart phone.
Google+ Messenger, originally called “Huddle”, is a sub service to Google+.
The big ...
If the stolen device is wiped, then your phone will disconnect from your Google account and you will not be able to locate it. It will stay as an entry on Android Device Manager, but you will not be able to locate or access it in any way.
If you believe your phone has been stolen, you should contact your carrier immediately as they have your IMEI on record ...
I'm not a big "Cloud fan" (au contraire, I'm avoiding it wherever possible), so my suggested approach is a little different – though it should work with the cloud as well:
For a comparable task, I'm using FolderSync. It supports a load of protocols (FTP, FTPS, SFTP, WebDAV, Samba/Windows Shares) and even Cloud services (OneDrive, Copy.com, Dropbox, Dump ...
Ok I think I cracked the problem. To perform one way backups from your android to the cloud:
Go to settings->accounts
Click on your gmail address(google account)
Un-click everything you do not want synced (2 way- to cloud and
Then Open the Photos app
Touch the menu button or icon and select Settings.
Touch Auto Backup and switch the toggle On.
Edit your Google Account information:
Sign in to My Account. In the "Personal info & privacy" section,
select Your personal info.
Choose the information you want to edit and follow the onscreen instructions.
I was able to install Google Play Services by browsing to its page at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.gms and then logging in, clicking install, and choosing my phone.
Come to think of it, I might start installing more apps this way, from the comfort of a desktop browser. :)
Anyway, I'm able to use the Google+ app again.
If you turn on the "Auto Backup" feature of Google+, your photos will automatically be uploaded and will only be viewable by you (until you share them, of course).
If you want to do it manually, simply share with G+ and choose yourself as the only person you share with. I like to keep a Circle around with no one in it that I can share things to and so I'm ...
No need to worry. As of Google+ v4.1, this is going away.
5. Messenger is going away, Hangouts is sticking around
Now that Hangouts provides messaging and video calls across Android, iOS and the web, we’re removing Messenger from the Google+ mobile apps (first on Android, then on iOS). Later today you'll be able to download all of your Messenger ...
Uhhh...I get Google+ Notifications all of the time.
Settings | Apps | Google+ | Show Notifications is checked
In the Google+ app, Overflow menu (three vertical dots) | Settings | Notifications is ON. Tap that entry and choose which types of notifications to get. I see
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Launch G+ Photos app. Swipe right on the left edge to open up the menu. Go to "On Device". You can select which folders to be synced by tapping on the cloud icon on the right of the folder name.
Note: You have to turn on "Back up local folders" option in settings. Initially, all folders will be synced and you can selectively turn off for each folder in the ...
Google offers a tutorial on how to delete auto backups on their support site:
How to delete
To delete one photo at a time, open the Photos app > touch the
thumbnail of the photo you wish to delete to open it > trash icon.
To delete multiple photos at once, open the Photos app > touch the
menu icon/button > Select... > the thumbnails of the ...
Install file manager
Locate folder where backed up photos are
Put a .nomedia file in that folder
(A .nomedia file is an empty file with no code, which hides media in that folder. To get it you can copy paste it from elsewhere, like if you have WhatsApp, you can browse to it's media in file manager, go to pictures or videos, then to sent, and it should be ...
There is a thread on Google Groups that covers this issue. By the answer provided by AnaLikesLattes, this is being considered and possible prepared by Google Staff since 5/1/12:
Android Instant Upload to Drive
Thanks for your input. We've heard many requests along these lines, and are definitely looking into potential solutions on our end.
Try deleting Google+ data/cache, then start Google+ app. It will log you in and then you can choose Auto Backup setting. You can then go to Sync settings, untick "Sync Google+ Auto Backup" and then tick it again. Seems to work for me. You can also go to the Google+ app settings and get it to upload all your photos/videos to start the sync.
This is now addressed in Google+ v4.1
4. Location sharing includes more controls
Starting today you can share your pinpoint or city-level location with others (if you want), and you can do so on a circle-by-circle basis. For example: you can share your pinpoint location with family, and your city-level location with co-workers. You can also use circles ...
Google Play services is used to update Google apps and apps from Google Play. This component gives you access to Google Settings and helps apps speed up offline searches, provide more immerse maps, and improve performance.
If you think there is an error of your OS, you can always go for a factory reset. You shall backup your data before you proceed. This ...
What worked for me was the suggestion I found here:
In a nutshell:
Figure out the exact formal fully-qualified package name or *.apk name for the app you're trying to install. For Google Play Services, it's com.google.android.gsf or GoogleServicesFramework.apk.
Pull the /data/system/packages.xml ...
For the process to work, requirements are:
Titanium Backup zip file, see below
The license key file TitaniumBackup_license.txt.
The idea being, is copy the license file and install the app onto the new device.
This is only for legitimate licensed Titanium Backup owners.
Device is rooted
USB cable plugged into device
Functioning copy of adb.