How to add Galaxy Note 10’s “Link to Windows” app to older Samsung phones

Image of article titled How to Add Galaxy Note 10 'Link to Windows' App to Older Samsung Phones

Samsung “Link to Windows “ functionality is very similar to that of Microsoft Your phone application ; It allows you to sync your Galaxy Note 10 series phone with your PC through its Quick Settings menu. Once signed in, you can access your messaging apps, notifications, photos, and other phone functions right from your Windows desktop.

The only requirement for Link to Windows is that you have a brand new Galaxy Note 10 device, but the functionality Actually Also works well on any Galaxy device using Samsung’s proprietary user interface, including Galaxy S9 and S8 smartphones, as well as Galaxy Note 8 and 9.

We’re going to show you how to get this feature to work on your old Samsung device (if you don’t want to just install your phone), but a word of warning: do not try to install the Samsung Link to Windows app on a non-Samsung device.

How to install ‘Link to Windows’

  1. On your Galaxy device, download Your telephone companion from the Google Play Store.
  2. Then load the Link to the Windows Service application from APK Mirror. To do this, download the APK file to your phone and open it. Tap to accept installation from unknown sources when prompted, then wait for the installation to complete.
  3. Once Link to Windows Service is installed, swipe down on your Galaxy phone screen to open Quick Settings.
  4. From the Quick Setup menu, tap the three stacked dots in the upper right corner, and then tap “Button order”.
  5. Faucet “Link to the Windows button” and add it to the Quick Settings panel.
  6. Back in the Quick settings menu, tap “Link to Windows”.
  7. Follow the onscreen instructions to link your phone to your PC. You will need a Microsoft account to complete this step. You will also need to grant any permissions requested by the app for the feature to work properly.

If all went well, you should see a highlighted PC icon in your phone’s quick settings when it’s connected to your PC. Now you can view phone notifications on your PC and use many basic features of your phone without having to leave your desktop or laptop. You didn’t get any special features you didn’t already have with the Your Phone app, but the implementation is nicer.

Previous New in July 1999: Sonic vs Winamp - the era of Windows software appearance customizations
Next PlayGalaxy Link Now Available to Stream Windows Games to Galaxy Note 10

No Comment

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published.