Afew months prior, it was accounted for Samsung was building up a Quick Share application for Windows 10, which would make it simple to share photographs, videos, and documents from Galaxy gadgets to your PC. That application is presently live in the Microsoft Store.
Aggiornamenti Lumia on Twitter was among quick to recognize the application, which is allowed to download. As per the listing, Quick Share is portrayed as a “device-to-device file sharing feature that allows you to quickly and easily transfer content saved on your Galaxy device to people nearby who have Samsung Galaxy devices (Galaxy Phone, Galaxy Tab, Galaxy Book) using wireless communication technology.”
There are some exacting necessities to utilize Samsung’s Quick Share, so you probably won’t have the option to move going immediately. Here are the prerequisites, as indicated by Samsung:
Conditions to help the Galaxy Book
Galaxy mobile device (excluding the Android Go model)
For Android 10: On Galaxy cell phones with OneUI 2.1 or higher, Quick Share v.12.1.0 or higher and MDE Service Framework 1.1.37 or higher versions should be installed.
For Android 11: Galaxy cell phones with Quick Share v.12.1.0 or higher and MDE Service Framework 1.2.11 or higher
Samsung Galaxy Book: Galaxy Books released from May 2021 onwards with Windows 10 version 20H2 or higher.
Galaxy Book Go, Galaxy Book Pro, Galaxy Book Pro 360
Lamentably, you’ll need a Samsung phone and laptop in order to take advantage of the Quick Share application. It’s not actually astonishing to see the application just supported on select Samsung gadgets, yet it’s surely disappointing. In the event that you need something comparable, in any case, you can download Microsoft’s Your Phone application, which permits Android clients to link their phone to a Windows 10 PC.
In case you’re interested in the Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360, Samsung as of late presented the laptops and is set to release them later this month.