Samsung DeX currently works wirelessly on PCs, in the event that you have a Galaxy S21
- February 5, 2021
At the point when Samsung declared that DeX would be going wireless in One UI 2.5, which was presented on the Note20. Until that point, someone would barely touch the application on account of the necessity to plug the phone into PC. Unfortunately, wireless DeX just worked with viable TVs and monitors, leaving most PCs in the cold. Presently with One UI 3.1 on the Galaxy S21, that is at last changed.
The first thing you’ll have to do to begin with wireless connectivity is to update to the most recent version of the DeX customer on your PC. From that point onward, press the DeX shortcut in brisk settings on your phone and pick DeX on PC. At that point you’ll find the ideal gadget from the list, and connect. Now, you’ll get an connection brief on the actual PC — it worth referencing that this doesn’t work in the event that you have Link to Windows connected, so you’ll have to turn that off prior to opening DeX.
Whenever everything is connected, you’ll get a similar DeX experience you’re used to, despite the fact that it will be restricted to 1080p in wireless mode. At the point when someone attempted this with TV, everything was laggy and stuttery — on the PC, interestingly, this wasn’t the situation. The information delay is insignificant, however someone actually wouldn’t play a game in this mode; cabled is as yet the best approach for that. Yet, in the event that you want to get to your files or fire up a presentation stored on your phone, this ought to be fine.
Lamentably, S Pen uphold isn’t working like you’d anticipate that it should. Your phone actually can be used ordinarily when connected with a PC like this, and that is extraordinary from one viewpoint, as someone can tackle work in DeX while browsing social media on phone. However, on the off chance that you open Samsung Notes and enter drawing mode on the PC, it’ll utilize your mouse — you can’t snatch the phone and begin outlining with your S-Pen. This appears as though a chance missed, particularly since the S Pen has arrived at the S series mainstream.
For the time being, you’ll need a Galaxy S21 on the off chance that you need to give this a shot. We tried this on our Tab S7+ with One UI 3.1 installed, yet the feature appears to be missing.