How is it how to connect Android Smartphone to Windows 10? For example, you want to access photos or SMS quickly without having to be a complicated process, is that possible? You can, where is the presence Windows Your Phone of course will provide great benefits. The way to connect it is very easy. In tutorial us this time, we will reveal the steps.
Curious? Check out the details below.
Easy Ways to Connect Android Smartphone to Windows 10
There are times when you need to quickly access your Smartphone via Windows, such as sending SMS or even receiving calls. The Phone feature that is present in Windows 10 makes this possible, even though the main requirement is that you already have the latest Windows 10 update.
Well, want to know how? There are several steps before starting, and the first thing you need to prepare is of course the Android phone itself or a Microsoft email account, or it can also be via a QR scan code. After everything is ready, then the next steps are:
- First open access via PC or laptop with Windows 10 first.
- Go to Settings and select Options Phone, or just search on Windows Search Bar and choose Your Phone and open it.
- When this application is open, select the Smartphone operating system option that you have. Where the main options are Android then click Continue.
- After that, you are required to download the application Your Phone Companion on the Android phone that you want to connect via PC.
- When you are ready with your cellphone, open Google Play and search Your Phone Companion. When you have found, install and run this application.
- When it’s opened, you only need to log in via Microsoft email or via a QR scan
- The application will ask permission in advance to access folders etc.
- Then pair it with Windows 10.
- Check PC, click the box column with the information Yes, I finished instaling your Phone Companion.
- Click Pair manually or Open QR Core. When finished, you can directly access the cellphone, such as checking SMS, Photo and Call features.
Unfortunately, the features are still limited to SMS
Well, that’s our short tutorial this time .. Even though it isn’t explained in detail, I hope it’s useful!