Thanks to the close collaboration between Microsoft and Samsung on the development of Your Phone feature, it was possible to run several Android applications in Windows 10 at the same time.
Although Microsoft has not been successful in the handset industry and has suffered major setbacks, it has always had the air of smartphone users and put attractive features for their use in Windows 10 . One of the most attractive features is the ability to run Android applications in Windows 10 through a section called “Your Phone”.
The feature was introduced at a Microsoft event, and Microsoft promised to officially launch it in 2020. But this was delayed.
Your Phone app lets you run in-app apps on your computer. In this case, you can run Android applications in separate windows on your Windows computer and, like any standard software you have in Windows, pin them to the taskbar and Start menu.
Run several Android applications simultaneously in Windows 10
Of course, this feature is not limited to running an application; You can run several different Android applications in more than one window on your Windows PC at the same time. As before, all of these features only work with Samsung phones and the Link to Windows app on these phones.
To enable support for various Android applications, the Your Phone application on your PC must be updated to version 1.20102.132.0 or higher and the Link to Windows application on your Samsung Galaxy phone to version 2.1.05.2 or higher. has been. Your computer must also be running Windows 10 (May 2020 update) or higher.
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