I have two WP devices (Lumia 535 and Lumia 735), on which I'm using OneDrive. For the second phone I have just the "basic" plan of 15 GB, while for first one I have a "Camera Roll bonus" in addition and 30 GB total space.
Even though I'm not using this feature (I have Settings > photo+camera > OneDrive > Auto-upload: off and none of the photos are actually auto-uploaded to my OneDrive), I can clearly see "Camera roll bonus" item in my OneDrive's configuration (when accessing OneDrive settings through webpage) and from time to time (I'd say once per 2-3 days) I can clearly see, that OneDrive is recreating folders for Documents and Photos in root of my OneDrive folder (even though I keep deleting them).
Does anyone know, why Lumia 535 / OneDrive is recreating these folders, even if auto-upload features are turned off? And is there any way to prevent this behavior?
Additional info: I've been using this particular OneDrive account for only this Lumia 535 device, but I have made up a total factory reset of the phone. Right after that, I have noticed, that my OneDrive keeps (in Device backups section) backups of two different phones -- one constantly and recently being updated / refresh and second one, that was updated for the last time in the day, when I performed device factory reset. I have deleted that obsolete "old" backup, but this caused me to think, if "wako" settings and additional storage bonus in OneDrive does not come from that old "before factory reset" copy of Windows, where I could have photo auto-upload enabled and Camera Roll bonus awarded. Does this sound like something reasonable? If yes, then it seems, that there will be now way to change this. But, then, why actual copy of OneDrive is keep recreating these folders, even though actual photo auto-upload is turned of?