EMUI 10 Multi-screen Collaboration Tutorial

The Multi-screen collaboration is a new feature of the EMUI 10. It is an upgraded version of Huawei Share. Multi-screen collaboration offers seamless collaboration between PCs and smartphones. Multi-screen Collaboration creates a mirror screen of your phone on your laptop. Once connected, you can control the apps on the phone via your MateBook laptop. You can even drag and drop files and texts from the mirrored screen directly to the notebook. The information transfer comes with end-to-end encryption, and only authenticated devices can connect to the laptop.

Here are the eligible Huawei devices to support Multi-screen collaboration feature: 

Laptops or Tablet:

MateBook D 15 /  MateBook D 14 / MateBookX Pro 2019 / MateBook 13 / MateBook 14 / HUAWEI MateB ook X / HUAWEIMateBook X Pro / Honor MagicBook 2019 / Honor  MagicBookPro / HUAWEIMate Book D (2018 Edition ) // Honor  MagicBook / Honor  MagicBook Ryzen Edition.


HUAWEI Mate30 series ( HUAWEI Mate 30, HUAWEI Mate 30 Pro, HUAWEI Mate 30 RS Porsche Design, HUAWEI Mate 30 5G, HUAWEI Mate 30 Pro 5G ), Nova6, Honor V30, Upgraded EMUI 10 supported models: P30 series ( HUAWEI  P30, HUAWEI P30 Pro ), Mate20 series ( HUAWEI Mate 20, HUAWEI Mate 20 Pro, HUAWEI Mate 20 RS Porsche Design, HUAWEI Mate 20X (4G version) ), HUAWEI Mate 20X (5G version), ), Honor 20, Honor 20 Pro, Honor V20, Honor Magic2. Huawei P40 series (Huawei P40, P40 Pro, and P40 Pro Plus).

How to enable Multi-screen collaboration?

Connect with NFC Touch

Step 1. Check your laptop labeled with Huawei Share icon or Magic-Link icon or not. If not, Go to the Huawei official offline store to get one for free.

Step 2. Pull down the notification bar of your Huawei phone and turn on the NFC.

Step 3. Cick on the NFC detection area on your phone to the Huawei Share icon on your laptop until the phone rings or vibrates.

Step 4. Allow the pop-up connection request on both of your phone and PC. It’s Done!

Also Read: Start working smart with Multi-Screen Collaboration

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