Windows 11 now supports sideloading Android APK, allowing users to install any Android app currently available inside and outside the Play Store. However, Windows does not enable sideloading by default, and this can be frustrating if you don’t know the basics of the command line.
As you probably know, Microsoft is currently Windows Subsystem for Android in Dev and Beta channel is testing. Microsoft created its own virtual machine container to make desktop Android apps feel as native as possible, and if you have access to the Amazon AppStore, the installation process is super simple.
Microsoft also allows users to sideload apps using the ADB command, but there is no ETA as to when the company might make sideloading accessible for beginners. Fortunately, “WSAInstallWith the release of a new third-party app called ”, Android APKs Installing on Windows 11 just got a whole lot easier.
See also: How to Install Windows 11?
After a minor change to the Windows Subsystem for Android, some users have managed to install Google Play Store on Windows 11. Now, a developer who has moved on from Simone to Twitter has created a new app called “WSTools” to automate the installation of APKs of Android apps.
See also: How to uninstall Windows 11 apps?
Installing Android APKs on Windows 11
This new third-party app has eliminated the need for Command Prompt/PowerShell to manually install Android apps every time. Instead, you can now tap the “Install” button inside the GUI.
To get started first Windows Subsystem for Android from Microsoft StoreMake sure you download it.
This is in the Store “Windows Subsystem for Android” can be done by searching or you can visit the store listing manually.
for Android After installing the Windows Subsystemfrom the Microsoft Store which makes the whole process much easier WSATools download and run.
For this Windows Subsystem, a APK installer and users Select the APK manually and click the install button. requires clicking.
But from Google’s website Make sure you download ADB and follow the above procedure.