How to sync notifications between Android & Windows 10 PC / Laptop


Hey, Guys in this article I am talking about How to sync notifications between Android & Windows 10 PC / Laptop, Sharing notification between the android device to windows 10 laptop using “Cortana“.

Cortana connects Android phone to Windows 10 Laptop/desktop for sharing notification. It means Android Phone notification showing in your windows 10 laptop. In your Windows 10 Desktop/Laptop you can see your android device notification in your action center.

When you are working from your desktop/Laptop if anyone sends message to your WhatsApp, messenger, hike or simple message in android phone, you can see their message in your desktop/laptop.

Here are the steps you can follow to connect your android phone to windows 10 desktop/laptop:

The screenshots of “Cortana” notification from my android phone in windows 10 Laptop / Desktop.

Here are the steps you follow to connect your android phone to windows 10 desktop/laptop:

Follow these steps to connect Cortana in windows 10 laptop/desktop:

  • First, go to Windows 10 Setting.
  • Then find Cortana section.
  • In Cortana section now click on notifications option and enable it.

Follow these steps to connect Cortana in android phone:

  • In android device go to play store and search “Cortana” and install it.
  • Now go to the “Cortana” app downloaded from play store (see screenshots below)
  • First, open the app and sign in with your Microsoft account (Same account in laptop and phone)
  • Now go to the “Cortana” app setting.
  • In the “Cortana” app setting click on “Cross-device” button (see screenshots below).
  • Now enable “App notification sync” and click on “choose what apps to sync button and enable all your apps.

Now your desktop/laptop is successfully connected from android device ?.

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