In August, Microsoft and Samsung introduced the ability to transfer multiple apps from a Galaxy device to a Windows PC. Initially, only the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra were able to stream a lot of apps, and this feature was available as preview versions. Now, more Galaxy devices can stream more apps to a Windows 10 PC.
You can now stream multiple apps at once from Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 +, Galaxy S20 Ultra, Galaxy Z Flip, Galaxy Z Flip 5G and Galaxy Z Fold 2 to your compatible Windows 10 machine. However, this feature is only available on Galaxy S20 series devices running beta One UI 3.0 based on Android 11.
For this feature to work, you need a PC running Windows 10 (May 2020 or later) on Beta, Dev, or Release Preview channels. You̵7;ll also need to run version 1.20102.132.0 of the Your Phone app from the Microsoft Store. Your compatible Galaxy smartphone requires version 1.20102.133.0 of the Your Phone Companion app and the Link to Windows Service app (version 2.1.05.2 beta).
You can join the Windows – Beta Links beta program by visiting this link. The link will ask you to open the Galaxy Store and you can click Join from there and update the Link to Windows – Beta app. You need to sign in with your Samsung account.
However, the new feature has some known limitations and bugs. Some apps may not work with screen-to-screen casting, while some apps and games may not respond to screen interactions from the mouse or keyboard connected to Your PC. Sound emitted from the application will not be streamed to your PC. This feature won’t work on cellular connections, and apps from your work or your secondary profile won’t be displayed on your PC.