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Posted 12 August 2020 - 04:59 PM

You read it right. You can use MySword and e-Sword LT in Windows. Below is an article from How-To Geek, showing how this is made possible.



Access Your Samsung Phone’s Android Apps on Your PC Microsoft





Microsoft is expanding the “Your Phone” app with more features designed for “select Samsung devices.” If you have one of these phones, you can now access your phone’s Android apps directly on your Windows 10 PC. They’ll be running on your phone but you can launch, see, and interact with them on your Windows 10 desktop.

Microsoft may release this feature early to 20H1 and other versions of Windows 10. For now, it’s only available in Insider builds of 20H2 and newer builds of Windows 10.

In the future, Microsoft says it will go even further:

Later in the year, Samsung Galaxy Note20 users will experience the power and convenience of running multiple apps side by side and we will continue to work with Samsung to bring this feature to additional devices. Apps will launch in separate windows enabling you to interact with multiple apps at the same time.

Microsoft’s website offers more information about the “Apps” feature, including a full list of supported devices that can use the “Apps feature.”



As noted in this article, this currently works only with Samsung Galaxy Phones and Apple iPhones.


With regard to other Android smart phone brands, Microsoft may add them on at a later time. Whatever anyone does, just don't hold your breath on this due to the fact that this is not guaranteed it will happen. It's just merely mooted.


For older pre Galaxy S8 phones and some older Galaxy Note and Tab devices, if installed on your PC, Samsung's SideSync 4 will work with with them.




Edited by APsit190, 12 August 2020 - 05:19 PM.

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