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Your Phone is about to allow users to dial/receive Android phone calls on the PC (figure)

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Use your Phone application to allow Android users access on the desktopMobile phoneNotice, text message, and even check the power of the device. In other words, if you can configure the Your Phone app correctly and both devices are successfully connected to the network, you don't need to operate the Android phone to see who sent you the message.

but (not)MicrosoftIt's also increasing the functionality of your Phone application. Today Microsoft disclosed the phone call function of the application, which is now oriented toInsider members are open.

Similar to Skype services, Your Phone applications allow users to use desktop microphones and speakers to complete calls on Android devices. The following are the main features of Windows 10 phone support:

Enabled you to make phone calls from PC: "Telephone" application will display the telephone dialing program and contact list.

You can answer and reject calls on PC.

If you refuse an incoming call, you can also choose custom text messages that are preset in advance, or even use the voice mail feature.

You can also access the latest call history and seamlessly transfer calls between the two devices.

Your Phone applications need to use the Bluetooth Radio feature on PC devices to establish voice connections and install the application on both devices. You need to install two apps.

Installing Your Phone (on PC requires Windows 10 Build 18362.356 and later)

Install Your Phone Companion on Android (requiring Android 7.0 and higher)

At present, the feature is limited to members of the Windows Insider project, and it is believed that Microsoft will be open to consumers after completing the test in the near future.

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