Some time ago, I announced an excellent trick to upload a photo on Facebook without having to cut or edit it for it. Well, this time in Practical Resources I want to give you a solution or a couple of tricks to all those Facebook users who want to know How to remove my Facebook profile picture without deleting it from their Account or Facebook profile in order not to lose it next to the comments or likes that perhaps have been made to that photo that you do not want to delete but yes, whether to remove from Facebook profile.
Next, I will clarify the issue leaving a couple of tricks or solutions that are the most sensible and appropriate thing that can be done to achieve this.
How to remove my Facebook profile picture | Step #1
Let’s move on to the tricks. First, they need to access Facebook as they normally do and log in with their account data, which is an email or phone in the relevant fields. Enter the password and then, and click De-Regar. The button that says “Enter”.
Now, they will be in the timeline of their Facebook page and then, they have to go to their profile by clicking on their username or their profile picture icon and those located together, a little bit in the blue top bar. On the right side of the screen (if they are desktop computers).
How to remove my Facebook profile picture | Step #2
Once you visit your Facebook profile, you will perform one of the 2 procedures described below, how to delete my Facebook profile picture without deleting or deleting it ( By the way, I think there is another option, the best in these cases).
Take profile picture without deleting it | Option #1
The first option or trick is to change the profile photo for someone else that you have, in the profile photos album, and of course, this option will allow you to easily remove this photo from your profile, which You want another image instead. And without deleting it. Well, they will do the following to do that.
Once you’re on your Facebook profile, they’ll hover over the profile picture you have and with it, display the text “Update Profile Picture”. Will happen and they will click on it. Text
After that, the main window will appear which will allow you to select with a click one of the other pictures which was once your profile picture and you can repeat it with this action.
As soon as you click on the selected image, a new window will appear in which the selected image is selected where you can trim or edit it to fit it because you are interested in the image that you like. There will be a new profile picture and after that, just click on the button that says “Save” which you will find at the bottom right of the window.
Voila! With the previous action, the profile page of your Facebook account will be reloaded, yes, with the change of profile picture that they already have and without deleting the picture that they took as a profile picture.
But, what if no one wants to put the pictures they have on their profile or still, they don’t want to have a profile picture. Well, the best trick or option for those cases is what I will tell you below.
Option # 2
This trick or option basically involves uploading a new image to change it without deleting it from the Facebook account. To do this, they must choose the image they want or feel they want to do, and in case they do not want to have a profile picture in any way, they can take the image that is here and Which mimics a Facebook account. Without a profile picture, I will help them in this matter.
Let me tell you the procedure being in the section of your profile, they will hover over the profile picture so that the text of “update profile picture” appears and they click on it.
A window called “Update Profile Picture” will open and then here, you will have to click on the text that says “+ Upload Photo” and that is, at the top left.
With the previous click, the classic “File Upload” window will open where you can search for that photo you want as a new profile photo on Facebook and with it, not have to delete the one you have. Well, they look for it in this window, select it with one click, and then, another click on the “Open” button.