To develop new features related to Android smartphones in the next versions of Windows 10, Microsoft has decided to approach Samsung. Hopefully other vendors will also be supported.
L’application Your Phone from Microsoft was originally designed for iOS and Android, then reduced to an Android-only feature.Now Microsoft seems to be focusing any further the app, limiting its service’s advanced features to only Samsung devices on the latest Windows Insider build.As part of an update to Windows 10 Insider pour Fast Ring, Build 19608, Microsoft improved l’application Windows 10 Your Phone by adding drag and drop functionality for files.But without mobile Samsung price one charge, it won’t work.Microsoft is also adding copy-and-paste functionality to more Samsung devices, which is similar: you just need to use the commands from copy paste in place.
Android mobiles better integrated with Windows
In the update Build 19582 from March, Microsoft also added support to remotely turn off your mobile’s screen, but again, only for certain telephones Samsung.The users who do not have terminals Samsung also benefit from some improvements.But they are much more minor: a general overhaul of the application’s user interface Your Phone will sync the app background with your phone wallpaper, and header typography has been made more visible.The Messages part will also receive an interface with more rounded message bubbles, something that everyone was no doubt waiting for.
For now, Microsoft has decided to approach Samsung to better support Android mobiles in Windows 10. (Credit Samsung)
The publisher also changed the way Windows 10’s Settings menu handles default app experiences, and that’s about it.Microsoft has also fixed some bugs general, including a crash that would occur if Sticky Notes were moved around the screen.Remember that the current state of “fast” builds of Windows 10 is that Microsoft is just testing the code. They are not tied to any upcoming release specific to the general public.
This release brings a small change to the Settings menu. (Credit IDG)
Hopefully, however, Microsoft will not continue to work only with Samsung to the exclusion of other mobile manufacturers.One of the dichotomies we noted in our recent review of Windows 10 20H1 / 2004 is that your phone seems almost complete in his basic functionality, but that the quality and cohesiveness of the experience still depends too much on the equipment.It seems that this will remain true for the near future.