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obrobrio2000

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Important update 2022-04-26, click here to read

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SamsungQuickShare4All

This tiny batch script makes Samsung Quick Share working on non-Samsung Windows PCs by spoofing a registry value that the program checks when opening.

Usage​

Download the script here and just run it (it could ask for admin rights). You'll only need to run it once, after that it'll automatically launch itself after every startup/reboot.

How to download Quick Share​

If you want the latest Store version go here, paste the store link of the app, click the checkmark, scroll down, download the one named SAMSUNGELECTRONICSCoLtd.SamsungQuickShare_xxxxxxxx_neutral_xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.msixbundle (the only one that ends with .msixbundle), then open it and install it. You won't need to download every update like this, it'll automatically update from the Microsoft Store when there is a new version.

Remember that your phone's screen needs to be on and unlocked to be discoverable from your PC (unfortunately it's a limitation of Quick Share itself)!

Troubleshooting​

All should work fine just by running the .bat file, but if you're having issues try applying DriverCheckBypass.reg (just run the file, then Yes and then Ok), especially if your PC doesn't have an Intel AX wireless adapter (e.g. Intel AC/Broadcom/Realtek/Marvell etc.).

Keep in mind that latest versions from the Store could contain patches to this method, so if you encounter any issue download this older version here.

Disclaimer​

Keep in mind that Samsung could fix this any time. So, if it doesn't work, probably they have fixed it. However, as of 11/7/2021, I can confirm that it works perfectly (doesn't display the unsupported device error and file sharing works both sending and receiving), tested on Lenovo Yoga C940 with Intel AX201 wireless adapter (support for other adapters cannot be guaranteed). Also, I'm not responsible for any loss or damage.

Download

You can download it here!
 
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mnaveed

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Samsung Quick Share 4 All​

This tiny script makes Samsung Quick Share working on non-Samsung Windows PCs by spoofing a registry value that the program checks when opening. This repository includes:
  • a .bat Batch version of the script (run as admin);
  • a .ps1 PowerShell version of the script (run ad admin);
  • a .xml Task Scheduler task to make it launch at startup (check "run with highest privileges" when creating/importing the task). The task is configured to run the .bat version of the script, but you can change it to run the .ps1 one if you like.

Disclaimer​

Keep in mind that Samsung could fix this any time. So, if it doesn't work, probably they have fixed it. However, as of July 1st 2021, I can confirm that it works perfectly (doesn't display the "device not compatible" error and file sharing works both sending and receiving). Also, I'm not responsible for any loss or damage.

Download​

You can download it here.
How can i install quick share, i am unable find an exe file..
 

obrobrio2000

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Microsoft Store does show any installation option, just information..
If you want the latest Store version: go here, paste the store link of the app, click the checkmark and then scroll down and download the one named "SAMSUNGELECTRONICSCoLtd.SamsungQuickShare_********_neutral_***************.msixbundle". Then open it and install it. You won't need to download every update like this, it'll automatically update from the Microsoft Store when there is a new version.
Instead, download this version here that has been reported to be more stable :)
 
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bromonano

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Goodmorning and feel very appreciated for the port.tIt doesn't work for me. I own an s21 ultraand I followed the instructions. Although my PC sees the phone the transfer never completes. On the other side the phone doesn't even see th PC...
 

onlytanmoy

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Goodmorning and feel very appreciated for the port.tIt doesn't work for me. I own an s21 ultraand I followed the instructions. Although my PC sees the phone the transfer never completes. On the other side the phone doesn't even see th PC...
Good morning, may be you can help me with the setup, so I installed the app and ran the .bat file, when I launch the app it asked me to login to my Samsung account, which I did and then in next screen it says 'Turn on Bluetooth to connect to nearby devices', so do I need to turn on Bluetooth in both my laptop and Samsung Phone and then only it will connect?
 

obrobrio2000

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Good morning, may be you can help me with the setup, so I installed the app and ran the .bat file, when I launch the app it asked me to login to my Samsung account, which I did and then in next screen it says 'Turn on Bluetooth to connect to nearby devices', so do I need to turn on Bluetooth in both my laptop and Samsung Phone and then only it will connect?
Good morning, yes, you need to turn on BT on both PC and phone, as well as Quick Share on your phone. The first time you'll send a file, it could ask you to pair your devices via bluetooth.
 
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obrobrio2000

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Goodmorning and feel very appreciated for the port.tIt doesn't work for me. I own an s21 ultraand I followed the instructions. Although my PC sees the phone the transfer never completes. On the other side the phone doesn't even see th PC...
If the transfer shows "failed" or never completes, try going to Bluetooth settings and unpairing the devices, and then retrying sending a file, it will ask to pair again. Also: do you have Intel wireless drivers? And which version of Quick Share are you using (the latest one from Store or the older one)?
HI, thank you for porting it to all windows devices.
But it don't work on my devices, which use intel ac9560 and ac8265, I guess it only work on ax series
The app told me to update wifi driver, which I'm already update.
Yes, they restrict allowed drivers to the ones that come with their Galaxy Book devices, which is AX series, so try applying DriverCheckBypass.reg file and then retry. Don't worry, it won't install anything and won't mess with your drivers, it will just create the registry keys and values that the app checks regarding drivers. However, thanks for reporting!
 
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onlytanmoy

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Good morning, yes, you need to turn on BT on both PC and phone, as well as Quick Share on your phone. The first time you'll send a file, it could ask you to pair your devices via bluetooth.
Thanks for the quick response. I seem to have some Bluetooth connection issue with my laptop, when I try to pair my phone with it I get this message in my phone "Couldn't pair. Check settings for this device and try again." 😒
 
If the transfer shows "failed" or never completes, try going to Bluetooth settings and unpairing the devices, and then retrying sending a file, it will ask to pair again. Also: do you have Intel wireless drivers? And which version of Quick Share are you using (the latest one from Store or the older one)?

Yes, they restrict allowed drivers to the ones that come with their Galaxy Book devices, which is AX series, so try applying nonintelfix.reg file and then retry. Don't worry, it won't install anything and won't mess with your drivers, it will just create the registry keys and values that the app checks regarding drivers.
I had run it, but still not work.
 

obrobrio2000

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Thanks for the quick response. I seem to have some Bluetooth connection issue with my laptop, when I try to pair my phone with it I get this message in my phone "Couldn't pair. Check settings for this device and try again." 😒
You could try reinstalling/updating your BT drivers :)
I had run it, but still not work.
Oh, I'm sorry. What doesn't work precisely? It fails when sending files? Did you try both PC->phone and phone->PC?
 

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I uninstalled the Bluetooth adapter and re-installed also. In services.msc, all three Bluetooth related services are set to automatic start. Literally spent at least 3 hours in the morning today to troubleshoot the Bluetooth issue in my laptop, no luck 😞
Seems like an issue unrelated to Quick Share, but to exclude it completely try these possible solutions:
- try to pair the PC with another phone
- if the driver is not Intel AXxxxx try installing the DriverCheckBypass.reg file
- the unsuccessful pairing is the one that asks when you try sending a file with QS, right? If yes, try to pair it manually in Windows bluetooth settings
- which version did you try? The latest one or the older one? If you are trying the first then try the latter and viceversa.
 
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    Important update 2022-04-26, click here to read

    ---

    SamsungQuickShare4All

    This tiny batch script makes Samsung Quick Share working on non-Samsung Windows PCs by spoofing a registry value that the program checks when opening.

    Usage​

    Download the script here and just run it (it could ask for admin rights). You'll only need to run it once, after that it'll automatically launch itself after every startup/reboot.

    How to download Quick Share​

    If you want the latest Store version go here, paste the store link of the app, click the checkmark, scroll down, download the one named SAMSUNGELECTRONICSCoLtd.SamsungQuickShare_xxxxxxxx_neutral_xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.msixbundle (the only one that ends with .msixbundle), then open it and install it. You won't need to download every update like this, it'll automatically update from the Microsoft Store when there is a new version.

    Remember that your phone's screen needs to be on and unlocked to be discoverable from your PC (unfortunately it's a limitation of Quick Share itself)!

    Troubleshooting​

    All should work fine just by running the .bat file, but if you're having issues try applying DriverCheckBypass.reg (just run the file, then Yes and then Ok), especially if your PC doesn't have an Intel AX wireless adapter (e.g. Intel AC/Broadcom/Realtek/Marvell etc.).

    Keep in mind that latest versions from the Store could contain patches to this method, so if you encounter any issue download this older version here.

    Disclaimer​

    Keep in mind that Samsung could fix this any time. So, if it doesn't work, probably they have fixed it. However, as of 11/7/2021, I can confirm that it works perfectly (doesn't display the unsupported device error and file sharing works both sending and receiving), tested on Lenovo Yoga C940 with Intel AX201 wireless adapter (support for other adapters cannot be guaranteed). Also, I'm not responsible for any loss or damage.

    Download

    You can download it here!
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    Hi, thank you so much for making Quick Share possible for non-Samsung computer.
    May I know is there any similar tweak that I can do for Bixby on Windows?
    Any chance you're able to create something similar for bixby and Samsung studio plus?
    It's not my first priority because I personally don't use Bixby but as soon as I have some time I'll look into it :)
    HI,thanks for the app, however unfortunately it doesn't work for my computer, how do I turn off the CMD window at booting my computer?
    Hi, how can i revert changes of the script? I don't want no more to see the commands and give permissions at every boot.
    Delete the .bat file in C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\StartUp :)
    hola descargue el archivo y no puedo instalarlo
    debería de cambiar la extensión del archivo?
    If you downloaded from GitHub as a ZIP archive you need to extract it with something like 7zip, winzip, winrar etc.
    Why does it require these permissions: "Uses all system resources" and "Have control over your Windows device"? I'm hesitant to install this app, some permissions are weird.
    If you mean the Quick Share app it's not my fault (probably Samsung needs those permissions to make the app work), but if you mean my script you can analyze what's in it on GitHub or by opening it with Notepad. Nothing shady :)
    Hi mate, hope your exams are going well, just thought of leaving a small update for you- I got both Win 11 update on my laptop and OneUI 4.0/Android 12 update in my S20 FE 5G, still the same behaviour, only my phone shows up in Windows Quick Share app but not the other way round unfortunately :(
    Thanks for the app!

    Just for everyone else, I have the Intel Wireless-AC 9560 160MHz (last of the 'AC' Models they put out 😔) but using the DriverCheckByPass it works perfectly for me when utilizing my phone. I can send/receive files on both my S21 Ultra and the nameless Windows 11 PC no problems.

    Only Hiccup I had is if you own a Galaxy Tab, you can send files from the PC and receive them on the tablet, but, as of yet, I have been unable to successfully send a file from the tablet to the PC. I find that it may have worked a single time, with a failed error message, though even if it did I tried a good 15+ times. I want to note that the issue is not that you are unable to see the PC in Quick Share from the tab...only that trying to send eventually results in error. It might be an issue with the Quick Share Application on the tablet because it's a different ver. than the phones, or it could also be that my computer just doesn't like connecting to the tablet (Don't know about this one since sending from computer to Tab works fine).

    Edit: I also troubleshot this issue with 3 different versions of the PC App for the few wondering.

    Only "convenient" workaround I've found so far is to send the file from the Tab S7 to the S21 first, then from the S21 to the PC. Wonderful addition to the drag and drop capabilities of the Microsoft Companion App and Your Phone. Thanks Again! Good luck in your Spring Semester!
    Have you figured it out?
    i have a desktop pc and an s21 ultra and i tred everything but both devices doesn't find out each other.
    my pc is sending files to the phone
    but my phone is not able to detect the pc at all
    same as of tablet it did not find the pc
    Hello there, firstly thanks for this port, really an amazing thing.

    So today I tried to install this on my Asus Zenbook 14, everything went well, I installed Quick Share, ran the batch script, and signed into Quick Share with my Samsung Account, all well until here.

    Once it was all setup and ready to start sharing, my phone couldn't detect my laptop, nor could my laptop detect my phone, the device list was just saying "Scanning nearby..." and no devices shows up.

    I did all the basic troubleshooting, like turn off and turn on Bluetooth, unpair and re-pair phone and laptop's BT connection, close and restart Quick Share, visible to everyone, changed to 'contacts only', and then back to everyone, no difference whatsoever. The devices just wouldn't show up on each other's list. What should I do now?

    Devices: Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite, Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e, Asus Zenbook 14 UM433DA
    Quick Share version: latest (1.0.100.0)
    Laptop network card: Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8265

    UPDATE: I deleted Quick Share from laptop and installed the older stable version, which wasn't allowing me to sign in samsung account, so I updated to latest version from MS Store, and now I can send files from laptop to phone, but still hit or miss, sometimes works, sometimes doesn't. But from phone to laptop, its not even showing the laptop name on my phone at all.
    First of all thanks for your work!
    PC > Phone works perfectly fine for me but phone couldn't find my laptop.
    Phone : samsung galaxy s20 plus
    PC : lenovo ideapad flex 5
    Hello everyone, friends! First of all, sorry for this long wait but I am a full time university student who should graduate this year and therefore I am very busy with the exams of the last year and with the composition of my degree thesis. This is a project that was initially intended only for me but which I then decided to share with you all (knowing that sooner or later Samsung would put an end to our party). For this reason, it is a project that I carry on when I have free time and, for the aforementioned reasons, I have not had the opportunity to look at it until now. I update you with the news (spoiler: negative news):

    1) The old version that I had hosted on my Mega is obsolete. Samsung has decided to remove the Samsung account login from within the app and has created a separate app ("Samsung Account" on the Microsoft Store, downloadable apparently on all PCs, probably because there are apps like Galaxy Buds, Samsung Notes, Samsung Gallery etc. which are compatible with all PCs and therefore need that framework). This old version of Quick Share, therefore, at login will say that the app is too old. Even if you skip the login, the app still does not work, it does not detect any phone/tablet (probably ue to dan Android Quick Share update it now prevents the phone from being detectable by Quick Share Windows if the version of the latter is too old). I believe that the only way to partially continue to use this version is to disable automatic updates on the Galaxy Store, but the problem with keeping old versions is that in the long run you will lose important new features. Also, even if you disable updates, Quick Share (and system apps in general) will update when you do a firmware update; therefore, there is no real way to escape from updates.

    2) I tried with the latest version from the Microsoft Store. This version manages to detect devices but manages to transfer a file once every Pope's death (it's an Italian saying to say that it works once in a hundred, if all goes well). Also, to make it partially work you have to unpair your phone and PC in the bluetooth settings and make them pair again by transferring a file, but even in this case it works occasionally. The problem is that if you use Quick Share you will surely also use Microsoft's handy Phone Link feature (formerly Your Phone) to complete your ecosystem. Well, Phone Link will ask you to pair devices to make calls, but this pairing will break Quick Share, making it never work again (it will always tell you "Failed").

    3) I have tried with model numbers of different Galaxy Books, even one with the exact same characteristics as my PC, but after a few PC-to-phone transfer attempts it will ask to update the PC's Bluetooth drivers with the Samsung Update tool (which, unfortunately, does not show updates on non-Samsung PC, even with the registry hack). My drivers are up to date, latest version from Intel, but nothing to do.

    4) In the latest versions of Quick Share Windows there seems to be Link Sharing. I tried to use it to send a .jpg file and when I open the link on the phone it says in red that the file hasn't been uploaded yet (and it will be like this forever). I then tried again with a .heic file and it uploaded successfully. In short, even the Link Sharing feature seems to be hit or miss, just like Quick Share. Even looking at the Quick Share logs, very little can be understood to be honest :(

    5) Reading the reviews on the Microsoft Store it seems that these same problems are also encountered by users who own a Galaxy Book. So it makes me think that Quick Share is already a hit or miss on its own, and everything is made worse by the fact that we are using it on incompatible PCs, with different drivers, different specs etc.

    6) I don't have the ability to reverse engineer the app and possibly modify it, if that's possible. But I think it would still be useless. My registry workaround was an almost random discovery while I was fumbling with Process Monitor to see which registry keys it was going to check, but if there is something inside the app code that I can't detect with Process Monitor I just don't know how to move :(

    And now, what do we do?

    If you have the patience to try and try to transfer a file until it works, fine, but it's impractical to have an app that works once in every hundred. Our hope is Google, which will bring Nearby Share to Windows later this year. The problem is that they said it will work on certain new PCs which will be "Fast Pair compatible". I don't know what it is, I hope not something hardware, otherwise again we are screwed.

    I'm so sorry friends, within the limits of my abilities I have tried all sorts of ways but I can't understand why the transfer works occasionally. Also, on the Store page they talk about driver versions that do not match Intel's, so my guess is that Galaxy Books have OEM-customized drivers that contain things that generic Intel (or other OEMs like Lenovo) drivers don't have.

    Anyway, I read your answers here on XDA and came across this answer from this user who seems to have solved every problem by replacing his wireless card. If the user confirms that everything works perfectly (PC-phone, phone-PC) and always works (not occasionally), then that could be a good workaround. I mean, better to spend £27 for a wireless card than £1000+ for a Galaxy Book. But you must have a laptop that allows you to replace the wireless card. My laptop, for example, doesn't allow me to do it :( Check it out:
    Like to thank the OP for this amazing little script. I tried using this on a Huawei Matebook 14 with the Ryzen 7 4800h which comes with Realtek RTL8822CE wifi card. Like most people here was able to inconsistently send files to my s22 ultra here and there but could not receive files as my phone wouldn't see my laptop. However if you are willing and your current laptop allows for upgrading the wifi card, I bought the intel AX210 wifi card (cost me £27) upgraded my laptop with it. Not only does quickshare work without a hitch now, my phone picks up the laptop everytime but you will now have wifi 6 support (with 6Ghz support) and bluetooth 5.2 with general stability being much better than any realtek/broadcom rubbish.

    Thanks Mate!
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    OMG! IT WORKS LIKE A CHARM
    I have an Omen 15 with Intel WiFi-6 AX200 160MHz and a S20+ Exynos

    I was really surprised to watch the 600MB/s transfer speed!
    WTF! didn't know the Galaxy S20+ would support this insane reading/writing speeds
    Thanks!
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    I have "intel killer AX1675x" not working with or without driver bypass registry thing. I'll be very glad if you figure it out how to bypass that driver check. Because in startup, app says you should update drivers.
    After some research it appears that Intel Killer AX is a whole different "driver model" than Intel AX. However, of course I'll try to figure out how to bypass again the driver check! :) I also have an "alternative strategy" in mind that I have to experiment, like spoofing PC model in the registry to multiple supported Samsung laptops instead of just one, as AFAIK there are other laptops with Intel i5 that rely on Intel AC drivers and with AMD Ryzen that rely on something-that's-definitely-not-Intel drivers (possibly Broadcom (?), Marvell (?), Realtek (?) etc.), so that could even eliminate the need of the driver bypass and only rely to changing the PC model registry value.
    At the moment I'm a little busy with some university exams, but I'll look into it as soon as I can :D
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    It's not my first priority because I personally don't use Bixby but as soon as I have some time I'll look into it :)


    Delete the .bat file in C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\StartUp :)


    If you downloaded from GitHub as a ZIP archive you need to extract it with something like 7zip, winzip, winrar etc.

    If you mean the Quick Share app it's not my fault (probably Samsung needs those permissions to make the app work), but if you mean my script you can analyze what's in it on GitHub or by opening it with Notepad. Nothing shady :)







    Hello everyone, friends! First of all, sorry for this long wait but I am a full time university student who should graduate this year and therefore I am very busy with the exams of the last year and with the composition of my degree thesis. This is a project that was initially intended only for me but which I then decided to share with you all (knowing that sooner or later Samsung would put an end to our party). For this reason, it is a project that I carry on when I have free time and, for the aforementioned reasons, I have not had the opportunity to look at it until now. I update you with the news (spoiler: negative news):

    1) The old version that I had hosted on my Mega is obsolete. Samsung has decided to remove the Samsung account login from within the app and has created a separate app ("Samsung Account" on the Microsoft Store, downloadable apparently on all PCs, probably because there are apps like Galaxy Buds, Samsung Notes, Samsung Gallery etc. which are compatible with all PCs and therefore need that framework). This old version of Quick Share, therefore, at login will say that the app is too old. Even if you skip the login, the app still does not work, it does not detect any phone/tablet (probably ue to dan Android Quick Share update it now prevents the phone from being detectable by Quick Share Windows if the version of the latter is too old). I believe that the only way to partially continue to use this version is to disable automatic updates on the Galaxy Store, but the problem with keeping old versions is that in the long run you will lose important new features. Also, even if you disable updates, Quick Share (and system apps in general) will update when you do a firmware update; therefore, there is no real way to escape from updates.

    2) I tried with the latest version from the Microsoft Store. This version manages to detect devices but manages to transfer a file once every Pope's death (it's an Italian saying to say that it works once in a hundred, if all goes well). Also, to make it partially work you have to unpair your phone and PC in the bluetooth settings and make them pair again by transferring a file, but even in this case it works occasionally. The problem is that if you use Quick Share you will surely also use Microsoft's handy Phone Link feature (formerly Your Phone) to complete your ecosystem. Well, Phone Link will ask you to pair devices to make calls, but this pairing will break Quick Share, making it never work again (it will always tell you "Failed").

    3) I have tried with model numbers of different Galaxy Books, even one with the exact same characteristics as my PC, but after a few PC-to-phone transfer attempts it will ask to update the PC's Bluetooth drivers with the Samsung Update tool (which, unfortunately, does not show updates on non-Samsung PC, even with the registry hack). My drivers are up to date, latest version from Intel, but nothing to do.

    4) In the latest versions of Quick Share Windows there seems to be Link Sharing. I tried to use it to send a .jpg file and when I open the link on the phone it says in red that the file hasn't been uploaded yet (and it will be like this forever). I then tried again with a .heic file and it uploaded successfully. In short, even the Link Sharing feature seems to be hit or miss, just like Quick Share. Even looking at the Quick Share logs, very little can be understood to be honest :(

    5) Reading the reviews on the Microsoft Store it seems that these same problems are also encountered by users who own a Galaxy Book. So it makes me think that Quick Share is already a hit or miss on its own, and everything is made worse by the fact that we are using it on incompatible PCs, with different drivers, different specs etc.

    6) I don't have the ability to reverse engineer the app and possibly modify it, if that's possible. But I think it would still be useless. My registry workaround was an almost random discovery while I was fumbling with Process Monitor to see which registry keys it was going to check, but if there is something inside the app code that I can't detect with Process Monitor I just don't know how to move :(

    And now, what do we do?

    If you have the patience to try and try to transfer a file until it works, fine, but it's impractical to have an app that works once in every hundred. Our hope is Google, which will bring Nearby Share to Windows later this year. The problem is that they said it will work on certain new PCs which will be "Fast Pair compatible". I don't know what it is, I hope not something hardware, otherwise again we are screwed.

    I'm so sorry friends, within the limits of my abilities I have tried all sorts of ways but I can't understand why the transfer works occasionally. Also, on the Store page they talk about driver versions that do not match Intel's, so my guess is that Galaxy Books have OEM-customized drivers that contain things that generic Intel (or other OEMs like Lenovo) drivers don't have.

    Anyway, I read your answers here on XDA and came across this answer from this user who seems to have solved every problem by replacing his wireless card. If the user confirms that everything works perfectly (PC-phone, phone-PC) and always works (not occasionally), then that could be a good workaround. I mean, better to spend £27 for a wireless card than £1000+ for a Galaxy Book. But you must have a laptop that allows you to replace the wireless card. My laptop, for example, doesn't allow me to do it :( Check it out:

    Just to confirm from my last post, quickshare is still working great between phone and laptop and vice versa. I am also using the latest version of the app with the additional samsung account app to sign in and link sharing is also working. Having the your phone app running and paired with my phone does not affect quickshare functionality for me. I think upgrading to the intel AX210 wifi card is a must for this to work perfectly.