Last year Microsoft rolled out a new update to the Your Phone app for Samsung’s flagship partnership, exclusively supporting many new features for PC-phone interaction. In return, Samsung has built in the option to “Link to Windows” in the phone’s notification bar shortcut.
It looks like the two companies are working together well, and Microsoft is extending the partnership to Samsung’s just-announced Galaxy S20 series.
Recently, Microsoft launched a new support document, which stated that the Windows 10 cross-device copy and paste feature will be exclusively available to the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, Galaxy S20 Ultra and Galaxy Z Flip.
This feature allows users to copy or paste text or images (less than 1MB) to each other on Windows and Android devices.
Users wanting to enable it simply go to Settings > Copy and paste across devices and enable “Allow this app to access and transfer content I copy and paste between my phone and PC”.
And Microsoft executives confirmed on the push that the feature is exclusive to Samsung phones, because it requires special integration from OEM manufacturers, so it is unlikely to see the feature on other Android models, and Samsung phones also need to be updated after the software. will support this function.