Windows 10 supports wireless file transfer with Samsung phones

Microsoft has provided an easy way to access files within Samsung smartphones on Windows 10 computers, which deepens year after year the partnership between Samsung and Microsoft, especially after the software giant last month allowed specific devices from Samsung to work with the copy and paste feature across the Windows 10 platform.

The software giant announced that users of Galaxy smartphones and tablets, such as (Galaxy S10) or (Galaxy S20), can now drag and drop files into Windows 10 computers via the updated version of the (Your Phone) application.

Although all types of files are supported, Microsoft says that there are some restrictions, as it is not possible to transfer more than 100 files at once, and the maximum size of each file can be 512MB, and the (Your Phone) application window should not be minimized during the file transfer because This will cancel the transfer.

This new feature works on all Samsung Galaxy devices included with version 1.5 or higher of the link to Windows feature linked to computers running the latest beta version of Windows 10.

According to Microsoft, a wired connection is not necessary, but the two devices must be connected to the same wireless network, and the user needs after connecting his smartphone or tablet device Galaxy class to a Windows 10 computer to open the (Your Phone) application on the computer and move to the phone screen.

The user can then open the (Gallery) or (My Files) application and long press on the file until the checkmark appears on it, and additional files can be selected if he wants, and then long press again to enable the drag and drop function, and then drag and drop the files In the required location within the computer.

But if the user wants to transfer files from the computer to the Samsung smartphone, he needs to select the files on the Windows 10 device and then drag them to the "Your Phone" application window, and all the files transferred from the computer to the phone are stored inside the "Downloads" folder in the volume The interior of the phone.

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