So Samsung released a video recently highlighting a 'new' feature for the Tab S5e and S10. Receive calls and messages on your tablet from your phone.
Reminiscent of SideSync, I want this on my S9+ and Tab S4. There's no reason it shouldn't be!
Thankfully it is available on my Tab S4 but still not on my S9+ so I can't use it. Anyone know if/when this feature is coming to other devices?
@Griefstruelove, @Andy2012, you should contact T-Mobile directly and ask about availability of this function. Maybe your carrier do not support this feature and that is why you can not find it in phone settings.
I'm using a A70 with only internet connection in my car as a navigator and second unit and my first unit is a S9. Of course I would like to transfer calls between the phones but I can't make the A70 act as a tablet?? Would it be possible to solve this...?
Hello @TomasSwede. Unfortunately it is not possible to use this function between two phones. Primary device is phone and secondary is watch or tablet.
I have a S9+ and Tab S6 and have enabled this on both devices. Phonecalls seem to work but seems to be a delay in receiving messages on the tablet and anything I attempt to send will show an error. Any ideas? Network is EE in the UK.
I have a Galaxy S9 with the most recent update on 12\11\19, but it looks like it it just a security patch update. I still do not have the call & text continunity feature. I have searched EVERYWHERE for it and it is not to be found.
When will this be updated on the S9's?
@KIDA444, where did you buy your phone? Maybe your carrier do not support this feature and that is why you can not find it in phone settings.
My carrier is T-Mobile. Ijust got another new update yesterday and the tab S5e is able to text now.
Ny new issue is that I have little pink dots in some of my text message contacts. I thouhg maybe to indicate which one was a Samsung phone or something but so far it is ily dotting 2 people. WHAT is and why is it there?