It may have been a long wait, but it's time for Microsoft Windows to get its own alert management system in Android devices.
This system enables you to view and edit notifications on your mobile device through your PC and Windows 10. This way, you'll be able to recover your entire history SMS reply to messages and compose new messages from laptop or the desktop you.
Then you'll see how to do it.
- Open the Microsoft Store and search for it your Phone.
- If the application is not already installed, install it.
- If the app is installed, click the menu next to the "Launch" command. If 'Update' appears as an option, select it.
Then, prepare your Windows computer for the connection:
- Open Your Phone app.
- Click the Android box, and then click 'Get started'.
- Enter your phone number in the box that appears.
Now, after completing the above steps, go to your Android.
- Find on Play Store application Your Phone Companion and install it.
- Open the app and click "Sign in with Microsoft".
- Enter Microsoft credentials. Make sure you use the same account that appears in the "Your Phone" application on your computer.
- Accept the various permissions requested by the app.
- When the application prompts you to set up the "Your Phone" application on computer Click "My PC is ready".
- When the application prompts you to allow the connection, click 'Allow'.
Now you just have to make sure that the alerts can go from one device to another.
- Open its system settings phone , look for 'Notification Access', then select the Access Notification option.
- Find your Phone Companion application in the list and enable swap next to it.
- Click 'Allow' in the confirmation window that appears.
- Return to the "Your Phone" application on your computer and click the "Notification" tab on the left side of the screen. If you do not see this tab, close it app and then open it again.
- Click 'Get started', and then click 'Open settings for me'. So you've already set them up settings manually.
Ready! You can now receive notifications on your Android phone and on your Windows PC, respond to them, and search for the conversations you want.