Windows 10 Your Phone App Extends Support to More Samsung Phones
Windows 10 Your Phone App Extends Support to More Samsung Phones

As promised, Microsoft is extending support for more Samsung handsets and apps to let them cast in user’s Windows 10 PCs. Windows 10 Insiders having this year’s Samsung flagship devices allowed to cast their phone apps to their PC via Your Phone application. Which this is so limited in its inception, it’s now improved to support more apps, but with equivalent limitations.

Extended Support For Samsung Apps in Windows 10

Microsoft’s Your Phone app is surely having a purpose, but it’s still at the initial stages of its making. It’s having a lot of limitations and demands more works which aren’t needed by simple casting apps. Yet, an app made by Microsoft for running in its OS should make things smoother.

Windows 10 Your Phone App
Windows 10 Your Phone App

It has since picked Samsung phones to start with and has given a chance for Windows Insiders to test this early this year. And since it’s November, it has now updated the app with more support. Users who wanted to see more benefits of this Your Phone app should comply with many things including the supported handsets as;

  • Galaxy Note20
  • Galaxy Note20 ultra
  • Galaxy Z Fold2
  • Galaxy Z Flip
  • Galaxy Z Flip 5G
  • Galaxy S20
  • Galaxy S20+
  • Galaxy S20 Ultra

These should be running on Samsung’s One UI 3.0 with Android 11 as a base. Further, the user’s PC should be running on Windows v2004 or later and be included in any of the Dev, Beta, or Release Preview channels like Windows Insider program. The Your Phone app should be in version 1.20102.132.0 or later and its Companion app on your related Samsung phone in version 1.20102.133.0 or later.

Further, the Galaxy Store should be on version or above. While having all these requirements, it has strict limitations like your phone needs to be stayed unlocked throughout the session, and be on the same WiFi network as in your PC. Yet, it carries no sounds of apps and the mouse/keyboard inputs from the PC to your phone.

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