Phone screen – Supported devices

We are excited to provide an early preview into the newest feature for the Your Phone app – phone screen. You can now mirror your Android phone’s screen directly on your PC without having to dig for your phone. This article describes the PCs and phones that support this new feature. 

We will continue to expand the list of devices over time for both the PC and phone.   

Supported PCs 

You can use the Your Phone app on any Windows 10 PC running Windows builds 1803 or newer and any Android phone running Android version 7.0 or newer. The new phone screen feature requires you to be running the latest Insider builds (1903) and is initially only compatible with a limited set of devices.  

If you have a Samsung Galaxy Note10, Note10+ or Note10 5G you can enjoy access to phone screen on any Windows 10 PC running version 1903 or newer.

Otherwise your PC needs to support Bluetooth with Low Energy Peripheral mode. Surface Go, Surface Laptop, Surface Laptop 2, Surface Pro 4, Surface Pro 5, Surface Pro 6, Surface Book, and Surface Book 2 with the latest Bluetooth driver updates (Marvell 15.68.17013.110) support this. 

Supported phones

Currently the feature is only available on the following select Android phones running Android 7.0 or greater: 


  • Samsung Galaxy A6

  • Samsung Galaxy A7

  • Samsung Galaxy A8

  • Samsung Galaxy A8+

  • Samsung Galaxy A9

  • Samsung Galaxy A10

  • Samsung Galaxy A20

  • Samsung Galaxy A30

  • Samsung Galaxy A50

  • Samsung Galaxy A70

  • Samsung Galaxy S8 

  • Samsung Galaxy S8+ 

  • Samsung Galaxy S8 Active

  • Samsung Galaxy S9 

  • Samsung Galaxy S9+ 

  • Samsung Galaxy S10

  • Samsung Galaxy S10+

  • Samsung Galaxy S10e

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 8

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9

  • Samsung Galaxy Note10

  • Samsung Galaxy Note10+

  • OnePlus 6

  • OnePlus 6T

We will continue to expand the list of devices over time for both the PC and phone.   

How to check if your PC supports Bluetooth Low Energy Peripheral Role 

If you received an error in the app indicating that your PC's Bluetooth isn't compatible, it means that your PC's Bluetooth radio doesn't support the capability needed for phone screen to work.

Here are the steps you can follow to check for the capability yourself:

  1. Make sure Bluetooth is turned on

  2. Open Device Manager by right-clicking on the Start menu.

  3. Select and expand the Bluetooth option.

  4. Select the Radio Driver or Adapter for Bluetooth.  

  5. Double click to open Properties 

  6. Navigate to the Details tab. 

  7. Find the “Bluetooth radio supports Low Energy Peripheral Role” property on the drop-down and select it. 

  8. See if the value is true or false.  

  9. If its “true” then your PC will be able to display your phone screen and interact with it. 

 

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Please support OnePlus devices ;), otherwise I am hoping for the best for this app moving forward.

Can someone provide a list of Bluetooth USB dongles that are known to support Bluetooth radio supports Low Energy Peripheral Role?

Side note I think you can also use the Bluetooth LE Explorer from the Windows Store and the Virtual Peripheral option to see if the necessary Bluetooth mode is supported. Its results match what I saw in the Device Manager in that Peripheral mode is not supported on my desktop computer with the current Bluetooth dongle I have. Below is the link if anyone wants to try it out.

https://www.microsoft.com/store/productId/9N0ZTKF1QD98 

Sounds great and as I am currently using a Surface Go and have an S9+ I can't wait to try this out, any idea on when it will become available? 
Can android app has access to Window devices like Camera, microphone etc ?
Not compatible with surface pro 6, i5 4gb ram 128gb storage. So sad for me!!
I have a Surface Book 2, and yet I do not see "Radio Driver or Adapter for Bluetooth" under my Bluetooth options.  Can you update this info to cover all of your products, please?
Update - Marvell AVASTAR Bluetooth Radio Adapter and...
As soon as I saw that it was a Marvell adapter, I knew it wouldn't be supported. :(
Please support at 3.1 class otherwise I am hoping for the best for this app moving forward
I am running Win 10 1803. Bluetooth fits requirements + have an s9. How to get the insider build of the your phone app?

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