How to Install Intel Unison App on Windows 10

The Intel Unison app is like a blessing for Windows 11 users, serving an ultimate cross-platform ecosystem experience. But we can’t neglect the fact that there is a massive crowd who still prefers to use Windows 10 who is equally interested in using this app.

For those who don’t know, the Intel Unison app is only available for Windows 11 22H2 or later PCs. But this guide is going to serve the left-alone Windows 10 users, providing a detailed tutorial on how to install Intel Unison on Windows 10.

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How to Install the Intel Unison app on Windows 10

In this article, we have outlined the steps for installing the Intel Unison app on Windows 10. To ensure a successful installation, we recommend following the guide carefully. So, without further ado, let’s begin.

Download the Intel Unison MSIXBUNDLE File

1. To start, go to this website and paste the code 9PP9GZM2GN26 in the designated text field. Then, select “ProductId” from the drop-down menu located to the left of the text field. Afterward, pick “Fast” from the drop-down menu on the right of the text field and press the “Checkmark” button.

2. A lengthy list of files will be displayed on your screen. To download the MSIXBUNDLE of the Intel Unison app, simply look for the below string and then download the file. If you are using Chrome, you will have to right-click the link and select “Save as…” The file has an approximate size of 31.8MB.


3. Once you have finished downloading the file, make sure to download 7-Zip and install it. This will allow you to access and extract the MSIXBUNDLE file.

Preparing Intel Unison App for Windows 10

1. Launch 7-Zip, navigate to the MSIXBUNDLE file and select it. Click on “Extract” and extract it in the same folder.

2. Open the extracted folder.

3. Next, look for a file named “…x64.msix.” Highlight it and then click “Extract.” Extract the file into the same folder.

4. Open the just extracted WenPhonePackaging_x64 folder.

5. Here, look for the AppxManifest.xml file, right-click on it, and select “Edit“. This will open that XML file in Notepad.

6. Now, depending on the version of your Windows 10, you need to make some adjustments. To determine your version, go to Windows Settings, navigate to System, and select About. Make a note of the OS Build number displayed here.

7. Go back to the Notepad document and replace the “MinVersion” value with the value 10.0.XXXXX.XXXX, using your own build number to fill in the Xs. For instance, if my Windows 10 OS build is 19045.2486, I would change it to “10.0.19045.2486“. After making the necessary modifications, save (Ctrl + S) the Notepad file and then close it.

8. After making the changes, delete the following files and directories located within that same x64 folder. To do so, simply click on the “Delete” option located at the top. Finally, close 7-Zip.

AppxMetadata folder

Install the Intel Unison App on Windows 10

1. With the MSIXBUNDLE file of the Intel Unison app modified, it’s time to install it on your Windows 10. To do this, simply press the Windows key and search for “developer.” From the search results, select “Developer settings.”

2. Here, switch on the toggle for the “Install apps from any source” option to enable the Developer Mode. On the next prompt, choose “Yes”.

3. Next, hit the Windows key and look for PowerShell. Once the search results appear, select “Run as administrator” from the right panel.

4. Go to the “AppxManifest.xml” file that we altered earlier, located inside the extracted MSIXBUNDLE folder. Press and hold the “Shift” key while right-clicking on the “AppxManifest.xml” file and select “Copy as Path“.

5. Return to the PowerShell window and type in the command shown below, substituting the filepath with the path you copied in the previous step. To easily include the path in the command, simply right-click on the PowerShell window and it will be automatically added to the end. Then, press Enter to execute.

Add-AppxPackage -Register filepath

6. To access the Intel Unison app, simply open the Start Menu on your Windows 10 PC. You will get the app located under the Recently added section. If not, simply search for it and you are good to go. Have fun!

Use Intel Unison on Windows 10

And with that said, here comes the end of this guide. This is the method to make Windows 11-compatible applications work on Windows 10. It appears that the Intel Unison app will not be available for Windows 10 anytime soon. Hence, if you wish to utilize the Intel Unisojn app on Windows 10, this is the only solution.

That concludes our article. If you have any questions or suggestions, kindly let us know in the comments section below.

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Hi! I am Bhanu Pratap, co-founder of Yorker Media Group. A die-heart fan of tech and keeps track of every little happening of the same. When not writing, I usually keep myself busy on YouTube making and exploring new and awesome tech content.


  1. Amazing Explanation, I have an iphone and its very defficult to pair it with windows PC but one day I saw some video on youtube telling about Intel Unison software but unfortunately it only works on windows 11.

    But after reading this blog I am very very thankful to you for providing such a good instruction..

    1. We are glad we were able to help you.

  2. worked great thanks

  3. Hi Bhanu, I followed your instructions for Windows 10 build 19044.2486 and Unison installed on my PC. Unfortunately only the file transfer icon (two horizontal arrows facing in opposite directions), Gallery, Messages and Notification show. The Calls icon is missing.

    Also my PC icon shows at the top left hand side and when I use the drop down arrow I can see my phone but not select it. In addition the app I downloaded from the Apple App Store only appears to show a screen showing my PC in the top left hand corner with received and sent tabs and the Transfer to PC icon in the bottom right hand corner but nothing else.

    I’m grateful for your instructions as I really only needed a means of transferring files and photos between devices which works fine, it’s slightly frustrating however to know features exist which I don’t seem to be able to access.

    Any advice would be great. I’m using Windows 10 with an iPhone 8 and I’m in the UK.

    1. As the app is originally not made for Windows 10, it may or may not work as expected in some versions of Windows 10.

  4. I can’t use 7-zip to modifiy the Intel Unison MSIX archive. It says operation not implemented.

  5. When I get to this step:

    3. Next, look for a file named “…x64.msix.” Highlight it and then click “Extract.” Extract the file into the same folder.

    I click “Extract” and is simply makes a copy of the “…x64.msix” file, but does not extract anything different, such as:


    7-Zip does not extract this file from the parent. It copies the parent.

    I’m confused. Am I doing something wrong? I think I have followed the directions carefully and exactly up to this point.

  6. Thank you for such a clear guide. Successfully installed on my Windows 10 22H2 using with iphone X ios 16.3.1. All permissions granted and working brilliantly for file transfer and iMessage. However, when attempting to make calls by clicking on Phone button I always get the message “unable to make the call from your pc”. Again, all permissions granted on phone and laptop etc. Any help appreciated, kind regards Bella

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