Steps to receive and make Android calls on your Windows PC

Steps to receive and make Android calls on your Windows PC

3What are going to do when you want to make a phone call or receive an incoming call while you are working on your PC? Pick up your phone or put it out of your pocket and answer your call? No, there is a much simpler way to do that, while making sure that your work is not interrupted.

In reality, you can make your Windows PC as remote dialer for managing incoming and outgoing calls or even composing and receiving text messages. This means that you can easily answer your calls or reply to a message right on your Windows PC with no smartphone required.

In this step-by-step guide, we will walk you through to receive and make Android call on your Windows PC. Before we begin, note that to receive and make calls from your Windows PC, you need to install third-party apps on your device.

How to receive and make Android calls on your PC using CallCentre

Step one: First off, you need to download and install a nice app called Remote Phone Call on your Android phone. Note that the app has both free and paying versions, if you like the app, buy it

Step two: Once you have downloaded the app on your phone. Head over to your PC, and download and install a tool called CallCentre

Step three: You are now supposed to launch Remote Phone Call and CallCentre on your phone and Windows PC respectively

Step four: In the mobile app, you will see the Wi-Fi address and password of your phone. All you need to do is to note it down. In the PC app, you simply need to click on Add Wi-Fi device and enter your IP address

Step five: You are now supposed to enter the password of your network that you will get from your Android phone

Step six: You now need to enter your password in Windows tool and you are done.

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