In this guide, you will learn how to link Samsung Galaxy S9, S10, Note 10 to Windows 10 PC. However, not only you can link or connect Galaxy S9, Note 10, S10 or S20 series to Windows 10 PC. In the meantime, Samsung Galaxy devices that are running on Android 10 can be linked and connected to Windows 10 PC and specifically Samsung Galaxy S series and Note series and also some of the Galaxy A series phones.
When you update your Samsung Galaxy S10 or Note 10 to the latest Android version which is Android 10. You will have an option or feature called “Link to Windows” which is available on your Settings app and also you can access it right from your quick notification panel as well.
Furthermore, on Windows 10 there’s an app called “Your Phone” through this app you can link your Samsung S10 or Note to your Windows 10 PC with ease and there’s no need to download Your Phone Companion – Link to Windows on your Galaxy phone or Your Phone app from the Microsoft Store on your Windows 10 computer. These two apps are already installed on your Galaxy and Windows 10 PC.
Meanwhile, one thing I would like to add here that this feature is only available for Samsung Galaxy smartphones. If you want to link any other Android phone like Google Pixel, LG, Huawei or any other Android phone then you have to download Your Phone Companion – Link to Windows app from the Google Play Store.
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What You Will Learn Here:
What is the benefit of Link to Windows?
By connecting or linking your Galaxy phone and Windows 10 PC, when you link your Galaxy Note 10 or S20 phone to Windows PC, you will be able to synchronize pictures quickly, and much more directly with your PC. You can view your recent photos, send messages, or read texts on your phone and then respond to them on your computer later. You can also manage notifications from apps and widgets without using your phone. Link Note 10 to Windows
If you have Samsung Galaxy S20, S10 or Note 10 and Galaxy devices with Android 10 in general then it will have a built-in Link to Windows feature which lets you connect your phone to your computer.
Compatible Samsung Galaxy Devices that Support Link to Windows
Currently this feature is available only on Samsung Galaxy devices with Android 10. Link Note 10 to Windows
- Samsung Galaxy Note 9
- Samsung Galaxy S9
- Samsung Galaxy S9+
- Samsung Galaxy Note10
- Samsung Galaxy Note10+
- Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite
- Samsung Galaxy Fold
- Samsung Galaxy S10
- Samsung Galaxy S10+
- Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite
- Samsung Galaxy S10e
- Samsung Galaxy A30s
- Samsung Galaxy A40
- Samsung Galaxy A50
- Samsung Galaxy A50s
- Samsung Galaxy A51
- Samsung Galaxy A70
- Samsung Galaxy A70s
- Samsung Galaxy A80
- Samsung Galaxy A90 5G
- Samsung Galaxy S20
- Samsung Galaxy S20+
- Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
- Samsung Galaxy Fold
- Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro
- Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
How to Link Samsung Galaxy S20, S10 or Note 10 to Windows 10 PC?
In order to link to your Samsung Galaxy phone to Windows 10 PC you will need to have a Microsoft account. Because without having a Microsoft account this process can’t be done. However, if you have Microsoft account then skip this part. However, if you don’t have then click here to create Microsoft account.
Step 1. Go the Settings app > Advanced features > Link to Windows or you can access Link to Windows right from the quick notification panel as well. Swipe down twice and then tap on it.
Step 2. Tap Link your phone and PC.
Step 3. Tap Sign in with Microsoft.
Step 4. Enter your Microsoft Email address and tap Next then Enter your Microsoft account password and tap Sign in.
Step 5. Tap Continue and also tap Allow for several times if you’re prompted.
Step 6. Now, open the Your Phone app on your Windows 10 PC. You can access it right from your Start menu and then type Your Phone. Launch the app.
Step 7. Now tap Allow and tap Allow on your Samsung Galaxy phone.
Step 8. Now, you have successfully linked your Samsung Galaxy S10 or Note 10 to Windows 10 PC. Now you can access to your Notifications, Messages, Photos, Phone screen and Calls.
Step 9. To tweak more settings click Settings at the bottom left-hand corner.
Step 10. Now, turn on Photos, Messages, Notifications, Phone screen, Calls and Taskbar notification badges.
Step 11. To disconnect the linking process, simply swipe down twice from the top of your screen and tap Link to Windows to disconnect the process.
Now, you are all set. From now you will receive notifications, messages right on your PC and you can reply messages from your PC. However, you can view your photos call and even can display your phone screen on your Windows 10 PC.
This feature was all about how to link or connect Samsung Galaxy S10, Note 10 or S20 to Windows 10 PC without installing any third-party apps on both the Galaxy phone and Windows 10 PC. When your phone is linked to your Windows PC you can access to Notifications, Messages, Photos, Calls and etc. It’s a handy feature when you’re too much busy with your PC and don’t have time to check messages and notifications on your Samsung phone. However, the setup is a bit tricky but you’ll master it eventually.
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