If you want to get into the latest in Windows Phone, you need a Windows Phone device, because it’s now possible to make a radio beacon broadcast from the Windows 10 Mobile app.
The feature was introduced with the Windows 8.3 Update, but it’s also available in the Windows RT 8.0 Update for Windows Phone and Windows 10.
You can use the Windows Update app on Windows 10, which includes Windows Phone apps that can communicate with your PC.
It’s a bit more complicated than that, but that’s where the radio feature comes in.
The Windows Phone feature lets you use a radio signal from the app to trigger an audio message from your PC when you’re connected to the internet.
You’ll then hear a voiceover explaining what’s going on and how to use it to trigger a message.
The device needs to have Bluetooth 4.0 (or newer), and the app needs to be installed on the phone’s phone.
The Windows 10 mobile app also includes a new notification that shows when the app has been installed.
You get to see this if you connect to the app through the Cortana Hub, which comes with Windows 10 on Windows phones.
If you’re using Windows 10 Home, it’ll also show you the notification.
The audio message can be delivered from your phone via the Windows Hello feature of Windows 10 or by using a dedicated Bluetooth audio connection.
The Cortana app also allows you to set a voice command to trigger the audio message.
Once you have the radio broadcast activated, you can set up the broadcast.
You don’t need to know how to configure Windows Hello.
Setting up the radio message is a little tricky.
To do so, open the Windows Media Player app on the PC and select the “Media” tab.
Select the “Audio” tab and make sure the “Radio” box is checked.
The default voice command you’ll hear is “OK, Windows 10” or “Ok, Cortana”.
Then, click the “Send” button.
The microphone should now be turned on and your PC will hear a message that you’ve received a message from the PC.
You can choose the device to receive the message from and the type of radio you want the message to be broadcast from.
If the radio is on, the message will be broadcast to the device.
If it’s off, the device will hear the message but it won’t be broadcast.
If you want, you could also use the device’s microphone to trigger your message.
To start a radio message from a device, you’ll have to set the volume.
On the radio tab, you should set the “Play” or the “Volume” button to “High”.
Then, go to the settings screen and select “Settings”.
In the “Voice message settings” section, select “Listen to the audio” and “Send message”.
On the “Messages” tab, set the value for the “Sent message” and the “Name of the message”.
It’s important to use a different name for the message than what you normally use for radio broadcasts.
On top of the settings, you also have to change the location of the broadcast and enable the device audio microphone.
This is a bit tricky, because if you don’t change the settings for the volume and the microphone, you may get an error message when trying to trigger it.
Finally, click “OK” when you get the message and the audio will be sent to the PC to trigger.
I tested this using an Xbox One S and an HTC One M8.
The Xbox One and the HTC One worked fine.
It should be noted that if you’re a Windows 10 Insider and you don.t already have Cortana installed, you won’t get the notification, so you can’t use the feature.
This feature is available in Windows 10 for Windows Phones, Windows Phands for Windows 10 Devices, Windows RT, Windows Phone 7.1, Windows 8 and Windows RT 10 devices.
You may also want to check out the Cortana app for more information about using the feature in Windows Phases.