Last week, Microsoft released the latest Windows 11 beta. The ever-calling Android subsystem (Windows Subsystem for Android, referred to as WSA) has finally been installed. You can install Android apps by yourself, and apps such as WeChat are already available.
However, the current Windows 11 Android subsystem is still a bit tasteless. In addition to compatibility, stability and other bugs, the most important thing is that Microsoft’s cooperation on Android is Amazon instead of Microsoft. The built-in application store is also Amazon’s. At present, only 50 applications are available.
In terms of Android applications, it is clear that Google’s Play Store is the king’s way, and it is not officially supported. Naturally, there will be folk gods. The developer ADeltaX has released a tool called WSAGAScript that can help Windows 11 users install GoogleApps on WSA, including Google Play.
However, this process is a bit cumbersome and requires modification of Google’s customized Android system in the Linux environment. For ordinary people, the threshold is a bit high. For this reason, ADeltaX also released a detailed video tutorial on Github.
ADeltaX promises to further simplify the operation process in the follow-up development. It is recommended that ordinary people do not worry, anyway, Microsoft’s WSA is still under test, and we will talk about it when it is improved.
In addition, there has been a second modified version in China, and the released WSA system is directly modified, including GooglePlay Store and GMS, and there is no need to modify it under Linux. You can search for it if you are interested.