The Phone Link app on your Windows PC let's you get instant access to everything you love on your phone, right from your PC. Link your Android phone and PC to view and reply to text messages, make and receive calls, and more - all right on your PC.
The Phone Link experience starts on your PC with Windows 10 or Windows 11 and the Phone Link app. From your PC you can connect to select Android and Samsung devices with these two apps:
- Your Phone Companion (YPC) app for most Android devices
- Link to Windows (LTW) app preinstalled on Surface Duo and selected Samsung phones
This tutorial will show you how to unlink an Android phone from a Windows 11 PC.
Unlinking your Android Phone from your Windows 11 PC will not unlink the Android Phone from your Microsoft account.
Part One: Unlink Windows 11 PC from "Link to Windows" app on Android Phone
Swipe down from the top of the Android phone to open Quick Settings. (see screenshot below step 2)
Tap and hold on the Link to Windows icon to open it. (see screenshot below)
Under Linked computers, click/tap on the Gear icon for the Windows 11 computer (ex: "BrinkW11") you want to remove. (see screenshot below)
Tap on Remove this device. (see screenshot below)
Tap on Remove to confirm. (see screenshot below)
Tap on Got it to close the message to do Part Two below. (see screenshot below)
Tap on the back arrow to return to your home screen. (see screenshot below)
Part Two: Unlink Android Phone from "Phone Link" app on Windows 11 PC
Open the Phone Link app on your Windows 11 PC.
Click/tap on the Settings (gear) icon. (see screenshot below step 5)
Click/tap on My Devices in the middle Settings pane. (see screenshot below step 5)
Click/tap on the More options (3 dots) button on the Android phone (ex: "Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G") you want to unlink. (see screenshot below step 5)
Click/tap on Remove. (see screenshot below)
Check the I understand... box, and click/tap on Yes, remove to confirm. (see screenshot below)
You can now close the Phone Link app if you like. (see screenshot below)