How to setup Android Messages for Web


How to setup android messages for web

In this Web-Tutorial I will show you how you can setup the android messages for web, how can you send and receive message on your Laptop or PC using android message for web.

Google has updated its Android messaging App and added many new and existing feature. The new update enable you to access all your messages from a web client which will work on Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Apple Safari, Microsoft Edge and many other web browsers. And the best thing is that you didn’t have to pay for this service, it’s just free.

As of now this feature is not available on all android devices, but don’t be sad you will be getting the update soon. Once you update it you will be able to use this feature.

How to setup android messages for web

All your existing conversation on your android smartphone will be available to your android message web client on your PC or laptop and just like what you do on your android app you will be able to do all those thing on your pc too, you will be able to send emojis, images and more similar to how you do it on your smartphone. Setting up the android message for web is very easy and simple. Just follow the given steps.

Steps to Setup Android Messaging for Web

Step 1 :- first you need to update to the latest version of the Android Messages application on your android device.
Step 2 :- Open the Android Messages App and tap on three dot menu located at top right corner.
Step 3 :- select “Messages for web” from the given menu.
Step 4 :- Now click on  “Scan QR code”.
Step 5 :- Now open the web browser in your laptop and visit ‘
Step 6 :- Scan the QR code which appears on the homepage of your PC using your smartphone.
Step 7 :- after the scanning get computer your Laptop or PC will get connected to your android message app on your android smartphone and now you can use it same as android mobile messaging app.

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