Microsoft updated YourPhone application
If you own a Samsung Galaxy S20, S10 or other Galaxy smartphones, you can now exchange files wirelessly with Windows 10 PC. You can use drag and drop to easily move pictures, documents, and companies between your PC and mobile phone.
Microsoft announced a new Windows 10 feature. In the future, users of Samsung Galaxy phones can simply share files between the phone and the PC via drag and drop. No cable connection is required. The exchange takes place wirelessly, and the two devices must only be on the same WLAN network. According to Microsoft's instructions, you can move up to 100 files at a time, but the size of each file can only be 512 MB.
To move files requires the "Your Smartphone" application. In addition, Samsung phones must support "Link to Windows" version 1.5. These include, for example, Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S10. The full list of devices compatible with W indows can be found here.
Currently only for insiders
However, this feature is currently only available to Windows insiders. It is included in version 19603. It is unclear when Microsoft will provide this feature to all Windows users through the update. Microsoft ’s Windows Insider program gives you early access to the upcoming Windows version, and you can test it.
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Participation in the program is free. In the linked text, we tell you how to participate in the Windows Insider program. If you still can't see this feature after participating in the Windows Insider program, please check the Galaxy App Store for updates to the "Link to Windows" application.
The "Your Smartphone" application allows you to link your Android smartphone to your PC. You can use the app to make calls and read and answer SMS from your PC. The application can be used with Android smartphones running at least Android 7.0.
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