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WSATools (Android APK installation on Windows 11) comes back to Microsoft store with new version

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WSATools that allows “Android APK installation on Windows 11 without knowledge of commands” was pulled from store by Microsoft. The app has now made a comeback to store with a new version 0.1.7. You can download it by following the direct download link provided below.

Microsoft recently enabled Android apps installation on Windows 11 via Amazon Appstore and enthusiasts found a way to install Android APKs and even Google Apps (Play Store). The installation of APKs and Google Apps is done via the ADB tool and command line interface.

But most of users may not be comfortable in using ADB tool and command line interface. So, now a developer has created a tool called WSATools that will allow installation of APKs without needing the knowledge of ADB and command line interface.

As per developer of this app, this update also improves ADB installation. Now it won’t crash anymore for those of you that had this bug. This also fixes a few loading screens getting stuck!

Details:

Disclaimer: WSATools is not an official Microsoft app, and it’s not related to them in any way. This app is not related to Amazon and Google either.

Easy-to-use apk installer for Windows Subsystem for Android™️.

WSATools is a simple apk installer for Windows 11’s Subsystem for Android, designed to be intuitive and to make the user instantly feel at home.

– Explorer integration for APK files: double click and press install! – APK installation made easy: just a click away. – No need to install ADB and know its commands.

WSATools takes care of everything!

– If you already have the platform-tools package in your path, it will use that one! – More features coming soon! *IMPORTANT* WSATools currently requires a few prerequisites to work, otherwise you won’t be able to use it: – Windows Subsystem for Android – Amazon Appstore (which includes Windows Subsystem for Android) – Android Debug Bridge (ADB – Which can be installed from inside the app if you don’t have it!) – You must be enrolled in either the Dev or Beta channel in the Insider Program, since the Windows Subsystem for Android only ships in these channels at the moment. Disclaimer 2 – The Return: The Android robot in the app icon is reproduced or modified from work created and shared by Google and used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License.

You can download the app by clicking on the direct download link provided below. Searching in store for the app somehow doesn’t bring up the app.

Download link

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