OPPO wrapped up its Developers Conference and announced that phones under its arm — that means OPPO, realme, and OnePlus devices — will now support Link to Windows.

Microsoft confirmed that the feature — which used to be exclusive to select Samsung, HONOR, and Surface Duo devices — will now support select OPPO Find, OPPO reno, and select realme, and OnePlus devices.


The Link to Windows app can be downloaded from the Google Play Store. It essentially works like how iPhones interact with Macs. Once the app is on your Android phone, you can view and reply to messages, get notifications, use select apps, and drag-drop files on your PC.

But before it’s fully operational, you also have to install the corresponding Windows PC app called Phone Link. Once done, open the app and it should provide an easy and intuitive guide on how you can pair and link your smartphone.

Phone Link is compatible with PCs running on Windows 10 and 11.

OPPO noted that it will only work with the all-new Android 14-based ColorOS 14 phones. It will soon be available to OxygenOS 14 and realme UI 5.0 devices once they are out in the market.

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