A week ago, we released a hack to install the Google Play Store and Google Play Services in Microsoft’s Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA) for Windows 11.
This allows access to a much wider range of Android apps, compared to the very small selection of 50 apps in the Amazon App Store.
However, this process was quite complicated, notably requiring the use of a Linux environment on Windows. Now the same team has created a somewhat streamlined process using GitHub Actions to customize the WSA.
Here you can find WSA with root and better gapps integration. The best part is that everything is automated (with GitHub actions), so you just have to go to the Actions tab, select the latest workflow, and then download WSA in zip format (x64 and arm64) https: //t.co/9SbxEZUBqb
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The new procedure reads as follows:
- Fork this deposit
- Go to the Action tab and select the workflow
Magisk, click on the run button and enter the necessary information (magisk apk download link)
- Wait for the action to end and download the artifact
- Uninstall WSA
- Unzip the artifact
- Activate developer mode on Windows
- Open powershell with administrator privileges and run
Add-AppxPackage -Register .AppxManifest.xmlunder the unzipped artifact directory
- Launch WSA and enable developer mode, launch file manager and wait for file manager pop-up
- To run
adb connect localhost:58526to log into WSA and install the Magisk app (the one you use to create) and launch it
- Correct the environment as the Magisk app will ask you and restart
- Profit by installing Riru and LSPosed
Read all of the disclaimers and the latest instructions on GitHub here.