How to set up Link to Windows on your Galaxy Note 20 smartphone
To give you a quick brief, Microsoft’s ‘Your Phone’ app coupled with Link to Windows integration enables users to connect their Galaxy Note 20 smartphones with their Windows 10 powered personal computers seamlessly.
Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 20 series smartphones earlier at its Unpacked 2020 event. The phone, which went on sale in India last week at a starting price of ₹77,999, comes with a number of new and improved features. Among others, it features support for Microsoft’s Your Phone app.
To give you a quick brief, Microsoft’s ‘Your Phone’ app coupled with Link to Windows integration enables users to connect their Galaxy Note 20 smartphones with their Windows 10 powered personal computers seamlessly. Users can not only send messages, manage notifications, sync photos but they can also make and receive calls from their personal computers.
If you are Galaxy Note 20 user, here’s how you can set up Link to WIndows on your smartphone:
Step 1: Download ‘Your Phone’ app from Microsoft store on your computer and set it up in sync with your smartphone.
Step 2: On your Galaxy smartphone, tap ‘Link to Windows’ in the quick panel by swiping down from the top of your screen. You can also access this from Settings > Advanced Features > Link to Windows.
Step 3: On the welcome screen, tap ‘Sign in with Microsoft.’ If you are already signed in, make sure you use the same Microsoft account on your computer and smartphone.
Step 4: After accepting the app permissions, tap on ‘My PC is ready,’ as ‘Your Phone’ is already installed on your computer.
Step 5: ‘Link to Windows’ setting will open up on your smartphone, indicating that you are connected to your computer.
Step 6: Open ‘Your Phone’ on your computer and access your most recent photos, screenshots, text conversations and notifications about incoming emails, texts and calls.