Recently, we learned that Xiaomi added Samsung smartphones to the list that support Xiaomi Mutual Transmission. The currently supported smartphones are shown below:
Samsung has joined the "Mutual Transmission Alliance", which means that Samsung will be able to directly transfer data between Xiaomi、OPPO, vivo, OnePlus, realme, and other Chinese brand mobile phones. This feature has not yet been opened, looking forward to it. pic.twitter.com/QbMtDEbisH
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Xiaomi Mutual Transfer is a file transfer software that can transfer supported types of documents between supported devices at a faster speed. For this, they do not need to be connected to the network.
Xiaomi Mutual Transmission provides 2 ways for sending files – directly drag and drop or right-click to send files. Users can directly drag and drop the files they want to transfer to the device list icon on the main interface. After the other party confirms the reception, the transfer progress will be displayed. At the same time, the task progress will be displayed in the lower right corner of your Windows desktop, and you will be notified when the transfer is complete. When you open the right-click menu, it will display the use of Xiaomi mutual transmission. In this interface, just tap the device you want to receive to start sending.
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In August 2019, the mutual transmission alliance was formally established to realize cross-brand one-click mutual transmission. After opening, the mutual transmission function is fast in operation, fast in transmission, and low in power consumption, without the need for traffic and third-party applications. According to reports, the cross-brand one-key exchange adopts a mobile point-to-point fast transmission protocol, and multiple formats can be exchanged with one key. It has the characteristics of fast pairing, low power consumption and stability, no data flow, and high-speed transmission (20MB/s).