From PC Mag: Microsoft made it clear back in August at the Samsung Unpacked event that it wanted to allow Android phone calls to be possible through Windows 10. Now the feature has rolled out in the latest Insider Preview build of the operating system.
The new Calls feature forms part of the existing Your Phone app which already allowed texting, notifications, and file transfers between an Android device and Windows. Linking your Android device to Windows 10 is easy. Now it allows you to leave your Android phone in your bag or pocket and make/receive calls through Windows 10.
The feature set of Calls extends to answering incoming calls, initiating calls, declining incoming calls or sending them to voicemail, accessing recent call history and quickly dialing one of the numbers, and finally, seamlessly transferring calls between your PC and Android phone.
In order the Calls to work, you require a phone running Android 7.0 or higher, a Windows 10 PC with Bluetooth enabled, and the latest Insider Preview build of Windows 10 for all the functionality detailed above to be available to use. Even with all of the above requirements in place, Calls isn't without its bugs right now. Microsoft says it may be required to repeatedly pair and unpair your devices and "go through the Calls set up flow again" to get it to work.
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