Windows 10 Your Phone can now directly operate Android settings options
Your Phone app is an application pre-installed by Microsoft in Windows 10. Microsoft hopes to help users operate Android devices directly on the desktop platform.
The functions currently provided by the application include, but are not limited to, making and receiving calls, sending and receiving text messages, streaming Android applications, viewing photo albums, and address books directly on the computer.
However, Microsoft seems to have high hopes for the application, so the update speed is very fast. For example, the latest Your Phone preview version also brings very useful new features to operate Android settings.
This is not to directly open the Android settings and then adjust, but to directly enable or disable Bluetooth, mute, volume, and do not disturb mode on your Android phone from the computer.
The Italian technology blog ALumia announced that the latest preview version has provided some Android shortcuts to help users quickly complete certain actions.
For example, when the Android device is playing music, you can quickly pause, or quickly enable or unmute, etc., and the user does not need to pick up the Android device to operate.
It is worth noting that Microsoft also provides a Bluetooth switch button, that is, clicking the Bluetooth switch can turn on or off Bluetooth, but this function seems a bit confusing.
Because your mobile application needs to connect to the computer through Bluetooth and LAN, disconnecting Bluetooth may cause the connection between devices to be interrupted.
In addition, if the Bluetooth of the Android machine is turned off, it may not be turned on on the computer. Perhaps Microsoft no longer requires Bluetooth pairing.
At present, this new preview version is still being tested and has not been pushed to stable version users. After the test is completed, stable version users can also use it.