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    Turn On or Off Mirror Phone Screen in Your Phone app on Windows 10


    How to: Turn On or Off Mirror Phone Screen in Your Phone app on Windows 10

    How to Turn On or Off Mirror Android Phone Screen in Your Phone app on Windows 10 PC


    Starting with Windows 10 build 18356.16, Microsoft added a new preview phone screen feature to the Your Phone app in Windows 10. You can now mirror your Android phones screen directly on your PC without having to dig for your phone.

    The new phone screen feature gives you easy access to your phone apps on your PC. Whether scheduling a ride to the airport or checking your social updates, do it with ease from the comfort of your PC without having to take your phone out of your bag or go back and forth between devices. Go ahead, give your thumbs a break, and get things done faster with your keyboard and mouse.

    This feature will gradually roll out to Windows Insiders on 19H1 builds. It may take a few days for this feature to show up inside the Your Phone app (version 1.0.20701.0 and above).

    You can use the Your Phone app on any Windows 10 PC running Windows builds 1803 (RS4) or newer and any Android phone running Android version 7.0 or newer. But the new phone screen feature is initially only compatible with a limited set of devices. Surface Go will be the first device in the Surface lineup to preview this feature. Microsoft will continue to expand the list of devices over time for both the PC and phone.

    Phone screen requirements:
    • Certain Android phones running Android 7.0 or greater
      • Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+, S9, S9+, S8, S8+
      • Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Note 8
      • Samsung Galaxy A8, A8+
      • OnePlus 6, 6T
    • Windows 10 PC with a Bluetooth radio that supports low energy peripheral role. How to check if your PC supports this.
    • Minimum Windows Insiders Build 18338 and above
    • Android phone must be on, within Bluetooth range of the PC, and connected to the same network as the PC.
    Known issues:
    • Touch gestures (e.g. swipe, flick or pinch) won’t work
    • Touch will behave as mouse, so trying to drag to scroll in some apps may behave differently and select text instead of scrolling
    • Some games and apps do not support mouse interactions and won’t recognize touch interactions from the PC either
    • Always on display will not be shown on the phone screen displayed on the PC
    • Blue light preferences will not be applied on the phone screen displayed on the PC
    • Other audio besides screen reader feedback will play out of the phone speakers, not the PC
    Starting with Windows 10 build 18885, Microsoft has expanded phone screen support to additional phone models OnePlus 6, OnePlus 6T, Samsung Galaxy S10e, S10, S10+, Note 8, and Note 9.

    To display your Android phone screen in the link your Android phone to your Windows 10 PC.

    See also: Phone screen Supported devices - Microsoft Community

    Starting with Windows 10 build 18908, Phone screen now supports accessibility features, keyboard language and layout, new phone models.
    • Screen reading - For users of TalkBack, you can now enable the Your Phone Companion accessibility service, found under your Android phone’s accessibility settings, for smoother cross-device reading. Once both TalkBack and the Your Phone Companion accessibility services are turned on, Narrator will play from your PC, describing what you select and activate on your phone screen as you interact using your PC’s keyboard or mouse.
    • Focus tracking - You will now be able to interact with your Android phone’s apps at your preferred magnification while in phone screen. Focus tracking will seamlessly follow your keyboard focus and mouse pointer input. To enable the focus tracking accessibility feature, you must first turn on the Your Phone Companion accessibility service and TalkBack on your Android phone. Once these services are enabled, you can turn on Magnifier on your PC using the shortcut: Windows Key and the Plus sign (+) or open the app from your Windows menu.
    • Keyboard language and layout - You will notice a new icon on your phone screen toolbar. Selecting this icon will take you to the phone settings page, where you can change your keyboard language or layout. This setting is specific to physical keyboards, so it only applies when you’re typing into your phone from your PC and will not change your phone’s language or keyboard configuration. If you type in different languages or like to switch your keyboard layout, give it a try.
    Starting with Windows 10 build 18932, you will now be able to interact with your phone screen using one-touch tap and long press. This handy feature will allow you to conveniently open apps, select items, click on links, and more, directly on your touch-enabled PC.

    Notifications integration with Phone screen for Insiders with the May 2019 update or newer. If Phone screen is set up, your notifications will open in Phone screen allowing you to interact with your keyboard and mouse. If Phone screen is not supported or set up, clicking on notifications will take you to your notifications feed instead.

    Starting with Windows 10 build 19013, Microsoft is elevating the Phone screen feature by removing its dependency on Bluetooth connection.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 10 was the first device to introduce this feature in August. After a positive response, weve recently enabled this feature across Samsung Galaxy Fold, S10, S10+, and S10e smartphones. Youll need to update your supported Samsung devices with the recent software update that enables the Link to Windows feature. To continue offering this experience to other smartphones, were expanding this feature support to Samsung Galaxy A30s, A50s, and A90 smartphones, and well continue to add additional devices in the coming months.

    With the new experience rolling out, well be removing the Bluetooth connectivity option, effective immediately. If you were previously enjoying Phone screen over Bluetooth and you have a phone model that doesnt yet support Link to Windows, the Phone screen node will disappear automatically within the Your Phone app. We recommend that you unpair your devices by going to the Bluetooth settings on both your PC and your Android phone, so that you dont have a connection that is no longer in use.

    Thank you for helping us refine the Phone screen experience so far!

    Phone screen requirements:

    • Select Android phones running Android 9.0 or greater
    • PC running Windows 10 October 2018 Update or later
    • Android phone must be on and connected to the same network as the PC
    • You will need a supported device to use this feature:
      • Samsung Galaxy Fold
      • Samsung Galaxy Note 10/ Note 10+
      • Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e
      • Samsung Galaxy A30s/A50s/A90
    See also: Your Phone app help (including Link to Windows) | Windows Support

    This tutorial will show you how to turn on or off to display a mirror of your Android phone screen in the Your Phone app for your account in Windows 10.


    EXAMPLE: Phone screen from Android phone in Your Phone app

    Turn On or Off Mirror Phone Screen in Your Phone app on Windows 10 [​IMG]




    Here's How:

    1 Open the Your Phone app.

    2 Click/tap on the Settings (gear) icon. (see screenshot below)

    3 Under Phone screen, turn on (default) or off Allow this app to display my phone screen for what you want.

    4 You can now close the Your Phone app if you like.


    Turn On or Off Mirror Phone Screen in Your Phone app on Windows 10 [​IMG]



    That's it,
    Shawn


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    Unfortunately, at the moment, there's no way to sign into the app, which would suggest that it's not ready for the public to fully check out.

    Microsoft already has a Preview for Developers app for Windows Phone 8.1 that allows users to download new builds of the OS before they are made available to wireless carriers. This new app would seem, at first glance, to be something different. However, we stress that Microsoft has yet to officially state they are launching a preview version of Windows 10 for smartphones. So take this speculation (and everyone else's) with a grain of salt.

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