Last November, from Microsoft Android apps to Windows 1021H2.
Of course, we know that Microsoft calls that version of the OS Windows 11, but today Microsoft’s lead software design engineer Hideyuki Nagase is working on getting Andy working properly on Windows. There is new evidence of that work. Subsystem for Linux.
Two entries for the pre-release of WSLG read:
I’ve heard before that under Project Latte, Microsoft allows developers to package Android apps as MSIX files and distribute them through the Microsoft Store. The app then runs on the Android emulator.
As per the previous rumours, the Android subsystem does not offer the Google Play store. This raises questions about the usefulness of all the functions.
Thank you David for the tip.
New evidence that Microsoft is working on an Android emulator for Windows 11
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