This post shows students and new users steps to enable or disable displaying of Android phone apps in Phone Link app with Windows 11. Windows allows users to use the Phone Link app to link an Android phone to Windows and seamlessly transfer content between their phones and Windows devices.
With the Phone Link app, you can instantly access the Android apps installed on your mobile device right on your PC. Using a Wi-Fi connection, Apps allows you to browse, play, order, chat, and more — all while using your PC’s larger screen and keyboard.
When you use Phone Link app in Windows 11 to connect your Android phone, you can also copy and paste content, set up notification banners and choose to show or not to show android apps in the Phone Link app.
Below is how to enable or disable allow Phone Link app to display apps from your Android phone.
How to enable or disable show Android phone apps in Phone Link app with Windows 11
As mentioned above, one can use the Phone Link app in Windows 11 to instantly access the Android apps installed on their mobile device right on your PC. Users also can choose to show or not to show Android apps on the Phone Link app, and the steps below show you how.
First, open the Phone Link app on your PC.
Next go to Settings > (gear at the top right corner) and select Features as highlighted below.
On the Features settings pane, under Apps, make sure the toggle is On or Off to allow or disable “Allow the Phone Link app to display apps from my phone”.
You should be able to view Android phone apps with Windows 11.
That should do it!
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