Last month it was reported that Microsoft was experimenting with screen mirroring on Windows 10 PCs of Android phones. This feature allows Android apps to appear on your PC using Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. This function of mirroring apps was only available on some devices. The devices for which it was available included Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus.
Microsoft had said that soon they would release mirroring apps for more devices. Microsoft has fulfilled its promise.
Your phone must have the Phone Companion app installed to use this feature.
The new smartphones that have been added support for Microsoft include OnePlus 6, OnePlus 6T, Samsung Galaxy S10E, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy Note 9, Microsoft says. Are.
In addition to providing mirroring features for these smartphones, the Smartphone with Android 7 and newer versions of your Phone Companion app allows users to access text, documents and photos from their phones on the PC. And now the app will also show users the phone in real time notification on their PC. Microsoft says insiders will soon get a preview on the 19H1 build, allowing them to get mobile notification on their PC from their phone.
Users can decide for themselves which application notification on the computer screen. If you remove a notification from your computer, it will also disappear from your mobile.
These new features will soon be available in your Phone Companion app.
Your Android device must be Android 7.0 or newer, 1GB RAM and 1803 (RS4) built-in or updated to view phone specifications on Windows PCs.
This feature will not work if the notification is disabled due to a work policy on the computer.
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