Last month, Microsoft tested mobile screen mirroring between Windows 10 and a number of Android handsets. This feature uses Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to allow Android applications to appear on Windows 10 PCs.
Initially, the mirroring application was a function that was only available for Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 +, S9, and S9 +. Microsoft says it will expand the list, and they don’t lie.
Before using this feature, you must install the Your Phone Companion application from the Google Play Store. Enhancements that now support mirroring include OnePlus 6, OnePlus 6T, Samsung Galaxy S10e / S10 / S10 +, Galaxy Note 8 and Note 9.
In addition to mirroring, the Your Phone Companion application also allows PCs to get text, documents, and photos from smartphones running Android 7 and higher. And now, the application will allow users to see phone notifications on the PC screen.
Microsoft said the team in build 19H1 will receive a preview that brings this notification from the smartphone to the desktop in real time.
The user can decide which application to see the notification on the computer screen, and if you delete it from the desktop, it will also disappear from the cellphone. These new features will also appear in the Your Phone Companion application.
To view phone notifications on a Windows PC, Android devices must run Android 7.0 or higher and must have at least 1GB of RAM and a Windows 10 PC must use build 1803 (RS4) or newer.
If notifications are disabled on the computer because of your office policy, this feature will not work.