With an aim to enhance user experience, tech giant Microsoft has released a Windows 11 preview build that will contain an update for “Phone Link”, which will allow users to connect directly to their Android phone from their computer through a mobile hotspot.
Some issues and improvements have been addressed in this preview build. Additionally, it appears that Microsoft’s Phone Link app will also be updated in the new build.
With this update, users will be able to directly connect Windows 11 to their phone’s mobile hotspot by using the Windows Wi-Fi panel.
The new feature works similarly to how macOS can easily connect with an iPhone hotspot, it added.
However, the new Phone Link feature is currently only available for Samsung handsets running One UI 4.1.1 and higher.
Microsoft may later decide to provide compatibility for additional devices, like the Surface Duo, according to the report.
Meanwhile, Microsoft recently started rolling out Android 12L to the Surface Duo and Surface Duo 2, to build stronger connections between Windows 11 PC and the Duo devices.
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