Samsung launches file sharing app on Windows 10

Samsung just launched a new app to help transfer files between devices. The app name is Quick Share which helps to share the content saved on your Galaxy device with another Samsung device.
Discovered by a Twitter user, Samsung’s new app was available on the Microsoft Store. The list of supported devices includes Galaxy Phone, Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Book.
Samsung describes the application as follows: “Quick Share is a feature to share files between devices, allowing you to quickly and easily transfer content stored on your Galaxy device to those in your home. close to Samsung Galaxy devices (Galaxy Phone, Galaxy Tab, Galaxy Book) with wireless communication technology ”.
However, there are certain requirements you must meet in order to use this app:

• First, you can only transfer files between Samsung Galaxy Phone, Galaxy Tab, and Galaxy Book devices. There is currently no support for other Android devices.

• Second, Windows 10 devices must be running version 20H2 in order to download and install Quick Share.
• Third, if you are using Android 10, you must have OneUI 2.1 or higher installed, Quick Share 12.1.0 or higher, and MDE Service Framework 1.1.37 or higher installed on your device. If you are using Android 11, you should install Quick Share 12.1.0 or higher and MDE Service Framework 1.2.11 or higher on your device.
While there are ways to transfer files between different Android devices, it’s good to see Samsung come up with its own solution. This can definitely be a great file sharing tool if you own supported Samsung Galaxy devices.
How to use Quick Share
First you need to download the app from the Microsoft Store to your Windows 10 device. After the initial setup, you can send and receive files on your device.
On the main interface, you will see supported devices nearby. Select a device that will allow you to send files to that device.