Your Phone app audio question


  1. Posts : 108
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    Your Phone app audio question


    My phone is a Note 9. I recently have set up the Your Phone app with my Windows 10 computer to my phone and it works for the most part.

    I would like all of the apps, not just my calling apps, to play audio to my computer. For instance, audio from Facebook, Snapchat, an audio player, YouTube, etc. Currently, these apps are still only playing to my phone's speakers, even though call audio is going through my Your Phone app.

    Does the Your Phone app support this and if so, how can I configure my settings on my devices to do this?
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    Posts : 126
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    Hi @JOSHSKORN
    You could try Bluetooth Audio Receiver
    From the Microsoft Store it's an app
    I have tried it and works with spotify on my mobile - that will play on my computer speakers
    When clicked on the Bluetooth audio Receiver app - Then click on the mobile - then open connection
    When it shows audio playing on the your phone app

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    Last edited by xsteveuk; 1 Week Ago at 12:00. Reason: Added Image
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  3. Posts : 108
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
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    xsteveuk said:
    Hi @JOSHSKORN
    You could try Bluetooth Audio Receiver
    From the Microsoft Store it's an app
    I have tried it and works with spotify on my mobile - that will play on my computer speakers
    When clicked on the Bluetooth audio Receiver app - Then click on the mobile - then open connection
    When it shows audio playing on the your phone app

    Your Phone app audio question-2020-06-19-17.50.40.png
    I'm a bit lost. I went to the Microsoft Store and installed it but I can't find the app, now. How do I find it?
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    Posts : 126
    Windows 10
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    I'm a bit lost. I went to the Microsoft Store and installed it but I can't find the app, now. How do I find it?
    Go Settings - Privacy - Background Apps - And make sure Bluetooth Audio Receiver is ON

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    The Bluetooth Audio Receiver App should be listed on Start
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    Go to Microsoft store - Search for Bluetooth Audio Receiver
    And click on the three dots ... and select pin to start or taskbar

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  5. Posts : 108
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
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    I still don't see it, but I noticed a triangle on in the Microsoft Store. When I looked into it, it said I had Windows 18363.900 or higher, and that 19041.0 is required. I'll look into updating Windows 10, if that's possible. I may have to use the Upgrade Assistant.

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    @xsteveuk

    I managed to get this to work based on your first reply. Updating Windows 10 was the culprit. Once I installed Bluetooth Audio Receiver from the Microsoft Store, I just clicked Launch and was able to select my device. Thanks!
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  6. xsteveuk's Avatar
    Posts : 126
    Windows 10
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    I managed to get this to work based on your first reply. Updating Windows 10 was the culprit. Once I installed Bluetooth Audio Receiver from the Microsoft Store, I just clicked Launch and was able to select my device. Thanks!
    Glad it all worked out for you :)
    Steve
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