Mobile transfer features can be found in the Microsoft Photos app in Windows 10, version 2018.18011.13110.0 or higher. Just make sure the phone and PC are on the same Wi-Fi network, then scan a code and start the transfer.
Microsoft has released a new app for wirelessly transferring videos and photos from mobile devices to the Windows 10 Microsoft Photos app.
The previous update made the Photos app nearly a truly universal app, though some advanced features such as Story Remix were missing on mobile. After that, you need to point the scanner available on the Photos Companion app at the QR code to begin the transfer. I'd personally like to see the ability to use the iOS or Android share features to send a photo quickly to your default Windows 10 PC, making it permanently easier to get photos you've taken straight onto your laptop or desktop machine. "We also knew that Wi-Fi access in the classroom was great between devices, but that any solution that required the cloud for transfer could be blocked by overloaded networks", the company added. This way there is no requirement of using the same Wi-Fi on the mobile and PC to transfer.
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Again in the Photos app, click the Import option in the top right corner and click "From mobile over WiFi" option in the drop-down menu.
The app is available for both Android and iOS devices. "This would enable students to transfer media to their own computers or to a shared, project PC without worrying about network speeds or mobile data charges", the Microsoft Garage team explains.
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