According to a tweet by Roberto Bojorquez (Microsoft Group Program Manager), the company is now released the Microsoft wireless file transferring capabilities. Previously, only those in the Windows Insider Program had access to the feature, but in the coming weeks, more handsets will support the functionality.
Here's a demo of how Microsoft's Your Phone's "drag and drop" files feature works.— Daniel Rubino (@Daniel_Rubino) April 15, 2020
Pretty self-explanatory, but also just awesome. Very useful for mobile workers/media. pic.twitter.com/YGx10uT3IS
It’s worth noting that you’ll still need a compatible Samsung device to use it, but it will eventually release to non-Samsung phones.
Now, Samsung is extending its partnership with Microsoft to bring yet another useful feature to its phones. You can now drag and drop files from your Samsung phone to your Windows 10 PC, without having to hook up any wires.
The new drag and drop feature supports all kinds of file types apart from folders. However, you can only transfer up to 100 files at a time and no single file can be larger than 512MB in size.