When calls or messages come in, you can receive them on the computer.
- This feature is only available on Windows 10 version 1803 or higher, and it is recommended to use the latest version to fully use this feature.
- A Microsoft account is required to use this feature. When you create a Microsoft account, you can sign in to all Microsoft devices and services, such as Microsoft Office programs and Windows 10.
Connecting to a computer
Currently, Link to Windows is available on the Surface Duo and select Samsung devices . Here are a few examples of devices with Link to Windows available:
Samsung Galaxy Note9 series
Samsung Galaxy S9 series
Samsung Galaxy Note10 series
Samsung Galaxy Note20 series
Samsung Galaxy S10 series
Samsung Galaxy S20 series
Samsung Galaxy Fold
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
In the search box on the taskbar, type your phone and select Your Phone from the results.
Select Android as your phone type, then Continue.
You’ll be asked to sign into your Microsoft account. Make sure to use the same one that you're signed in with on your Samsung device.
Follow the instructions to finish linking your devices.
On your Samsung device:
Swipe downwards from the top of your screen to reveal your Android Notification (for Surface Duo) or Quick Access (for Samsung devices) panel.
Tap Link to Windows.
Sign in with the same Microsoft account you’re using on your PC.
When prompted, tap to allow permissions.
•The name of your Windows 10 PC will appear below Link to Windows when your devices successfully connect.
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