How to send and receive messages on your Android phone via PC

BillEssley

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Sending and receiving messages on a PC is an extremely convenient feature that has been on the Macbook and iPhone for a long time. With the latest update from Google's Android Message app. Now laptop users and PC users are also able to receive and send messages on their phones via their PCs.

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Through this post I will guide you to activate this extremely convenient feature.

Step 1: You need to download the Android Messenger app here.
Step 2: Click on the downloaded application.
Step 3: Select "next".
Step 4: Select the 3 dots in the upper right corner.
Step 5: Select "Messages for the web."
Step 6: Select "Scan QR code." This time the phone will activate the camera on the machine to conduct the code scan.
Step 7: On the computer, go to messages.android.com. The QR code will appear on the screen.
Step 8: Put the camera phone in the QR code is displayed on the computer screen.
Step 9: After the phone has scanned the code, the message on the phone will sync to the computer screen, so now you can send and receive messages on both devices, your computer and your phone. Already.

This trick is not only suitable for the computer but also for any device with a web browser such as iPad, iPhone. Hopefully, through this article, you can have another way to remote messaging through many different devices, more convenient.
 

Dracindo

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It's a good guide and all, but isn't it just much easier to just download Discord or another app like it? You just make one account and log into to it on both your computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone, and whatever else there is. And there you go, talk to one another via a group or via private messages, at no cost.

Well, maybe a small cost, if you don't have unlimited internet access, and when you're not at home, but still, it's pretty convenient and it's not that big of an app to download. Heck, you don't even need to download anything, you can just open and use Discord in a browser window.
 
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