Microsoft Your Phone Stories June 6, 2020

If you’re a Windows user, Microsoft’s “Your Phone” app has made it really easy to pair your Android device to a computer, and it keeps getting great updates too. Now, Microsoft is rolling out another update for the Your Phone app, this time giving music controls over your Android phone from Windows.

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Microsoft Your Phone Stories June 3, 2020

Windows 10 Your Phone app may soon support pop-out message view, text recognition

A handy utility for Android users with a Windows PC has been Microsoft’s Your Phone app. Now, the Your Phone app on Windows is preparing a couple of upgrades including text recognition and a pop-out view for messages.

Microsoft Your Phone Stories March 13, 2020

Microsoft’s “Your Phone” app has become a powerful tool for Windows 10 users who also have an Android phone, and now, it’s getting even better. With an update rolling out now, Samsung Galaxy S20 users can copy and paste clipboard content between Windows and Android as well as use RCS messaging.

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Microsoft Your Phone Stories February 17, 2020

Microsoft’s “Your Phone” app is one of the best ways to tie your Android phone to your Windows PC, and it’s been getting better and better over time. Now, with the debut of the Galaxy S20 series, Microsoft has announced that “Your Phone” for Windows 10 now supports RCS messaging.

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Microsoft Your Phone Stories February 3, 2020

Microsoft’s ‘Your Phone’ app now brings calls from Android to Windows, wallpapers too

For Windows 10 users, Microsoft’s “Your Phone” app has been a powerful tool for pairing an Android smartphone to your PC. In the time since its debut, the app has only gotten more powerful. In some of its most recent updates, “Your Phone” has added support for Android phone calls and more.

Microsoft Your Phone Stories August 15, 2019

The Galaxy Note 10 has quite a few new features, but perhaps the ones Samsung spent the most time talking about at its Unpacked event were those that came from its Microsoft collaboration. One of those features, the handy “Link to Windows” shortcut, is now available on older Samsung phones with a quick workaround. Here’s how to get it.

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