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How to run Google Play Store Android apps on Windows 11

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On Windows 11, you can now install the Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA) to run Android apps. The problem is that officially, you can only install apps available from the custom version of the Amazon Appstore, which currently only has around 50 apps.

You can sideload Android apps on Windows 11, but it's not possible to use apps that require the Google Play Services, such as Gmail and Google Maps. However, an Italian UX design student (ADeltaX on Twitter) has found a way to make it possible to install the Google Play Store app to bring virtually every Android app to Windows 11.

It's a tedious process, and it may not work on the first try, but once you get it working, you can install all your favorite Android apps.

In this Windows 11 guide, we will walk you through the steps to create a custom version of the Windows Subsystem for Android to install and run Android apps from the Google Play Store.

Disclaimer: Trying to install the Google Play Services may violate the Play Services Agreement. Also, these instructions involve downloading third-party tools and using unsupported methods. Use this guide at your own risk.

How to install Google Play Store and run Android apps

The Google Play Store's installation process on Windows 11 requires the setup of various tools running several Linux, Command Prompt, and PowerShell commands. The instructions below have everything you need to complete this task. If something isn't working correctly, you probably did something wrong. If this is the case, start over with the instructions until it works.

Setting up environment

The preparation process includes removing any previous installation of the Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA) from your device and installing the Windows Subsystem for Android and Ubuntu. It's also a requirement to enable Developer mode on Windows 11 and install a tool like 7-zip to extract files. Furthermore, you have to download a copy of the original Windows Subsystem for Android, OpenGApps, the WSAGAScript scripts, and the ADBKit tools.

Uninstall WSA

Since you cannot run both the original and custom versions of WSA, you will need to remove the original if it's installed on your computer. Otherwise, continue the WSL2 installation.

To uninstall the original WSA, use these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Apps.
  3. Click the Apps & features page from the right side.
  4. Select the Amazon Appstore.
  5. Click the menu (three-dotted button) on the right side.
  6. Click the Uninstall button.

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  1. Click the Uninstall button again.

Once you complete the steps, you can continue with the Linux subsystem installation.

Install WSL2

You will need a Linux distribution to complete this setup. If you don't have the Windows Subsystem for Linux already installed on your computer, then continue with the steps below. Otherwise, continue with the steps to eanble the Developer mode on Windows 11.

To install WSL alongside the Ubuntu distro, use these steps:

  1. Open Start.
  2. Search for Command Prompt, right-click the top result, and select the Run as administrator option.
  3. Type the following command to install the Windows Subsystem for Linux and Ubuntu and press Enter:wsl --install

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  1. Restart the computer to apply the changes.
  2. Continue with the on-screen directions to set up the Ubuntu distro.

After you complete the steps, the Linux subsystem will install with the Ubuntu distro.

Enable Developer mode

The next step is to make sure that Developer mode is enabled on Windows 11:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Privacy & security.
  3. Click the For developers page on the right side.
  4. Turn on the Developer mode toggle switch.

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Once you complete the steps, you can sideload applications on Windows 11.

Install 7-zip

Since you will need to retrieve files from different containers, you will need an application like 7-zip. If you already have it, you can skip these steps.

To install 7-zip from the Microsoft Store, use these steps:

  1. Open the 7-zip Microsoft Store page (opens in new tab).
  2. Click the Get button.

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After you complete the steps, the file manager application will install on Windows 11.

Download WSA

The process to run Android apps from the Google Play Store requires creating a custom version of the Windows Subsystem for Android, which means that you will need to download the package to modify it.

To download the Windows Subsystem for Android package, use these steps:

  1. Open the rg.adguard website.
  2. Select the Productid option.
  3. Copy and paste this ID 9P3395VX91NR.
  4. Select the Slow option.

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  1. Click the Check button.
  2. Scroll down and click the MicrosoftCorporationII.WindowsSubsystemForAndroid_1.7.32815.0_neutral_~_8wekyb3d8bbwe.msixbundle link to download the Windows Subsystem for Android package.Quick note: If the browser refuses to download the file, select the Keep option from the download menu.

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Once you complete the steps, there are other components you will need to download to continue with the process, including the OpenGApps tools and the custom WSAScript scripts.

Download OpenGApps

To download the OpenGAapps tools, use these steps:

  1. Open the OpenGApps website.
  2. Select the x86_64 option for the platform.
  3. Select the 11 option for the Android version.
  4. Select the pico option for the variant.

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  1. Click the Download button to save the file on your device.

After you complete the steps, you need to download the WSAGAScript package.

Download WSAGAScript

To download the WSAGAScript scripts, use these steps:

  1. Open the WSAGAScript GitHub page.
  2. Click the Code menu and select the Download ZIP option.

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  1. Save the file to your computer.

Once you complete the steps, the scripts package will download on the computer.

Download ADB toolkit

At the end of the process, you will need to use the Android Debugging Bridge (ADB) tools to make the Google Play Store usable.

To download the ADB toolkit, use these steps:

  1. Open the MediaFire download page.
  2. Click the Download button.
  3. Save the file on the computer.

After you complete the steps, the zip will download onto your device.

Create setup folders

Also, you will need to create three folders in the "C" drive to extract all the packages you downloaded earlier.

To set up the folder structure to create a custom version of WSA, use these steps:

  1. Open File Explorer.
  2. Click on This PC from the left navigation pane.
  3. Open the Local Disk (C drive).
  4. Click the New menu and select the Folder option.

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  1. Name the folder WindowsSubsystemAndroid and press Enter.
  2. Click the New menu and select the Folder option.
  3. Name the folder GAppsWSA and press Enter.
  4. Click the New menu and select the Folder option.
  5. Name the folder ADBKit and press Enter.

Once you complete the steps, the setup folders will be created.

Create a custom version of Windows Subsystem for Android

Since the original version of WSA doesn't allow the Google Play Store, you will need to create a custom version. The process involves extracting and modifying files from the original version of the Windows Subsystem for Android.

Set up WindowsSubsystemAndroid contents

To extract the files of the original WSA package to the WindowsSubsystemAndroid folder, use these steps:

  1. Open Start.
  2. Search for 7-zip File Manager and click the top result to open the app.
  3. Browse to the folder where you downloaded the Msixbundle file.
  4. Double-click the MicrosoftCorporationII.WindowsSubsystemForAndroid_1.7.32815.0_neutral_~_8wekyb3d8bbwe.msixbundle file.

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  1. Double-click the WsaPackage_1.7.32815.0_x64_Release-Nightly.msix file.

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  1. Select all the files (Ctrl + A keyboard shortcut).
  2. Click the Extract button.
  3. In the "Copy to" field, specify the following path, and click the OK button:C:\WindowsSubsystemAndroid\

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  1. Type the following path in the address bar and press Enter:C:\WindowsSubsystemAndroid\
  2. Select the following files while holding the Ctrl key:
    • AppxMetadata.
    • AppxBlockMap.xml.
    • AppxSignature.p7x.
    • Content_Type.xml.
  3. Click the Delete button.

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After you complete the steps, the files necessary to continue with the process will be available in the WindowsSubsystemAndroid folder.

Set up the GAppsWSA contents

To extract the WSAGAscripts to modify the original Windows Subsystem for Android package, use the steps:

  1. Open Start.
  2. Search for 7-zip File Manager and click the top result to open the app.
  3. Browse to the folder where you downloaded the WSAGAScript-main.zip file.
  4. Open the WSAGAScript-main folder.
  5. Select all the files (Ctrl + A keyboard shortcut).
  6. Click the Extract button.
  7. In the "Copy to" field, specify the following path and click the OK button:C:\GAppsWSA\

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  1. Browse to the folder where you downloaded the open_gapps-x86_64-11.0-pico-xxxxxxxx.zip file.
  2. Select the open_gapps-x86_64-11.0-pico-xxxxxxxx.zip file.
  3. Click the Copy button.
  4. Type the following path in the address bar and press Enter:C:\GAppsWSA\#GAPPS\

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  1. Click the OK button.

Once you complete the steps, the GAppsWSA folder will include all the files to continue with the process.

Set up the ADBKit folder

To extract the contents of the ADBKit zip folder, use these steps:

  1. Open Start.
  2. Search for 7-zip File Manager and click the top result to open the app.
  3. Browse to the folder where you downloaded the ADBKit.zip file.
  4. Select all the files (Ctrl + A keyboard shortcut).
  5. Click the Extract button.
  6. In the "Copy to" field, specify the following path, and click the OK button:C:\ADBKit\

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You will be these tools at the end of this guide to fix access to the Google Play Store.

Copy images files

Before proceeding, you will need to copy four essential files from the WindowsSubsystemAndroid folder to the #IMAGES folder using these steps:

  1. Open File Explorer.
  2. Browse to the following path:C:\WindowsSubsystemAndroid\
  3. Select these four files while holding the Ctrl key:
    • vendor.img.
    • system_ext.img.
    • system.img.
    • product.img.

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  1. Click the Copy button from the command bar.
  2. Browse to the following path:C:\GAppsWSA\#IMAGES
  3. Click the Paste button from the command bar.

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After you complete the steps, you will need to use a Linux distro to create a custom version of the Windows Subsystem for Android.

Modify Windows Subsystem for Android to install Google Play Store

To modify WSA to allow the Google Play Store, use these steps:

  1. Open Start.
  2. Search for Ubuntu, right-click the top result, and select the Run as administrator option.
  3. Type the following command and press Enter:sudo su
  4. Type the following command to change location to the GAppsWSA directory and press Enter:cd /mnt/c/GAppsWSA

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  1. Type the following command to update the system and press Enter:sudo apt-get update
  2. Type the following command to install the lzip unzip tool and press Enter:sudo apt-get install unzip lzip

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  1. Type the following command to install the dos2unix tool and press Enter:sudo apt-get install dos2unix

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  1. Type the following command to convert the script to Unix format and press Enter:dos2unix ./apply.sh
  2. Type the following command to convert the script to Unix format and press Enter:dos2unix ./extend_and_mount_images.sh
  3. Type the following command to convert the script to Unix format and press Enter:dos2unix ./extract_gapps_pico.sh
  4. Type the following command to convert the script to Unix format and press Enter:dos2unix ./unmount_images.sh
  5. Type the following command to convert the script to Unix format and press Enter:dos2unix ./VARIABLES.sh

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  1. Type the following command to execute the first step and press Enter:./extract_gapps_pico.sh
  2. Type the following command to execute the second step and press Enter:./extend_and_mount_images.sh
  3. Type the following command to execute the third step and press Enter:./apply.sh

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  1. Type the following command to execute the fourth step and press Enter:./unmount_images.sh
  2. Open File Explorer.
  3. Browse to the following path:C:\GAppsWSA\#IMAGES
  4. Select these four files while holding the Ctrl key:
    • vendor.img.
    • system_ext.img.
    • system.img.
    • product.img.

Copy modified WSA images

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  1. Click the Copy button from the command bar.
  2. Browse to the following path:C:\WindowsSubsystemAndroid
  3. Click the Paste button from the command bar.
  4. Click the Replace the files in the destination option.

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  1. Browse to the following path:C:\GAppsWSA\misc
  2. Select the kernel file.

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  1. Click the Copy button from the command bar.
  2. Browse to the following path:C:\WindowsSubsystemAndroid\Tools
  3. Select the kernel file.
  4. Click the Rename button from the command bar.
  5. Change the name to kernel_bak and press Enter:
  6. Click the Paste button from the command bar to paste the new kernel file.

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Once you complete the steps, the custom version of WSA is ready to be installed on Windows 11.

Install custom version of WSA on Windows 11

To install the Windows Subsystem for Android with PowerShell, use these steps:

  1. Open Start.
  2. Search for PowerShell, right-click the top result, and select the Run as administrator option.
  3. Type the following command to install the custom WSA package and press Enter:Add-AppxPackage -Register C:\WindowsSubsystemAndroid\AppxManifest.xml

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After you complete the steps, the Windows Subsystem for Android and Google Play Store will install on Windows 11. However, the Google Play Store won't work until you do some modifications with the steps below.

Set up Google Play Store on WSA

To set up the Play Store correctly to download Android apps on Windows 11, use these steps:

  1. Open Start.
  2. Search for Windows Subsystem for Android and click the top result to open the app.
  3. Turn on the Developer mode toggle switch.

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  1. Click the Manage developer settings option to spin the WSA virtual machine.
  2. Clear the Share my diagnostic data option.

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  1. Click the Continue button.
  2. Click the Close button.
  3. Open Start.
  4. Search for Command Prompt, right-click the top result, and select the Run as administrator option.
  5. Type the following command to change location to the ADBKit folder and press Enter:cd C:\adbkit
  6. Type the following command to connect to the Windows Subsystem for Android and press Enter:adb.exe connect 127.0.0.1:58526

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  1. Type the following command to open the shell and press Enter:adb.exe shell
  2. Type the following to gain root access and press Enter:su
  3. Type the following command to make the Google Play Store work and press Enter:setenforce 0

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  1. Open Start.
  2. Search for Play Store and click the top result to open the app.
  3. Click the Sign in button.

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  1. Sign in with your Google credentials.
  2. Click the Agree button to agree to the terms.

Once you complete the steps, you can now start downloading and installing Android apps from the Google Play Store.

Install Android apps from the Google Play Store

To install and run Play Store Android apps on Windows 11, use these steps:

  1. Open Start.
  2. Search for Play Store and click the top result to open the app.
  3. Search for an app – for example, Gmail.
  4. Click the Install button.

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  1. Click the Continue button.
  2. Click the Skip button.
  3. Click the Open button.

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  1. Continue with the on-screen directions to set up and use the app.

After you complete the steps, you can repeat the above instructions to install virtually any app from the Google Play Store on Windows 11.

More Windows resources

For more helpful articles, coverage, and answers to common questions about Windows 10 and Windows 11, visit the following resources:

Mauro Huculak is technical writer for WindowsCentral.com. His primary focus is to write comprehensive how-tos to help users get the most out of Windows 10 and its many related technologies. He has an IT background with professional certifications from Microsoft, Cisco, and CompTIA, and he's a recognized member of the Microsoft MVP community.

52 Comments
  • It sounds like these steps should be repeated every time Microsoft updates WSA.
  • That's the problem I think. Wish Google Play would be officially available, but guess that isn't likely.
  • Simple then 🤣. There should be a disclaimer this is for technically minded people, most Windows users should use the official Android (Amazon) app store on Windows 11. Reminds me of installing a custom ROM on my LG G Pad tablet (the launcher was terrible) and Samsung Galaxy S4 (the launcher needed work) back in the day.
  • I know right . I remember having to get Odin - - gapps - - cyanogenmod lol. Galaxy S2 that was stuck on gingerbread. Wow thatwas a long time ago. Not to eager to do this on widnows either since it is nothing I really need like the upgrade from gingerbread to kitkat was to run most apps by then.
  • Bookmarking this for later
  • IT WORKS!! This is awesome. Just installed my own app from the Google Play Store. The process isn't as overwhelming as it might seem. Just follow the steps and you'll have it up and running within 30 minutes.
  • Only 30 minutes.
    A few rounds of halo
    Or this Halo wins.
  • Time to set up a burner Google Account in case this gets me banned.
  • This is no different than installing Google Play and Google Play Services on an Android phone with a custom (i.e., non-official) ROM.
  • Nicely done. It looks like the same steps you would take on a custom phone ROM but this time, it's on a PC. For Windows on ARM computers, what would be the main changes? Installing the correct WSA variant and getting ARM64 OpenGapps?
  • It would make sense to get the ARM64 OpenGapps since that's the architecture that your CPU runs.
  • Won't work, the replacement kernel in the WSAGAScript zip is x64 only. Without that GApps won't work (it installs but freezes when you run it). And if you try to use the replacement x64 kernel anyway WSA won't work at all. However there is an alternative and better method of installing GApps on WSA at https://github.com/LSPosed/MagiskOnWSA Pros: You can choose more than just the pico version of GApps, far fewer steps, added benefit of installing Magisk (you can forgo the setup and uninstall that later if you don't want it), you build directly on GitHub therefore no need for WSL, and oh yeah it builds BOTH x64 and ARM64 versions. You might be able to tweak it to build only the version you need, but total build time for me was only about 5 mins so I didn't bother. Cons: You need a GitHub account, and it's still not for people who can't follow difficult instructions.
  • When I open Command Prompt in this step - Set up Google Play Store on WSA, and type adb.exe connect 127.0.0.1:58526, CMD says " 'adb.exe' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    operable program or batch file." Even I tried using PowerShell and when I type .\adb.exe shell, it says "adb.exe: device offline."
    Please help.
  • Did you download it to the correct folder? And are you in that folder when you try to launch the command? If not, it would need to be added to your paths system variable in order to find it.
  • Yeah. I did everything step by step.
  • When doing: Add-AppxPackage -Register C:\WindowsSubsystemAndroid\AppxManifest.xml I get a long error in powershell, And this error in Powershell 7: Add-AppxPackage: The 'Add-AppxPackage' command was found in the module 'Appx', but the module could not be loaded. For more information, run 'Import-Module Appx'.
  • You need need to built-in PowerShell, not PowerShell 7
  • Nope! I figured it out, BTW it didnt work in either versions of Powershell but thanks for the reply. For step 3 when installing WSA, the command should actually be:
    powershell -command Add-AppxPackage -Register C:\WindowsSubsystemAndroid\AppxManifest.xml
    instead of:
    Add-AppxPackage -Register C:\WindowsSubsystemAndroid\AppxManifest.xml
  • Well, at least it's not complicated.................
  • Hell NO! I love using Android apps on my Android phone.
  • after doing all the steps , it worked ,
    but google apps and android play store not installed ive found amazon app store instead !
  • HI i can connect to ADB but when i try to run adb.exe shell it returns that ADB is offline, i have stopped and re enabled developer mode and unclicked share diagnostic. stopped and restarted the adb server, rebooted, nothing will allow me to run the shell. windows sub system for android is running and the correct IP is entered, i can connect but as stated adb is offline
  • Yeah I encountered the same problem. Any fix yet?
  • I've tried alsorts and started looking at adb itself but no fix yet, developer mode is enabled the correct IP is entered and a connection is made to the adb server on adb.exe connect 127.0.0.1:58526.
    but when i try to connect to the adb shell its offline. i've killed and restarted the adb server still no good. would really appreciate if someone has found a fix for this. i did get a firewall alert on first setting and i permitted the changes
  • Here's what you do. Uninstall WSA and clear the C:\WindowsSubsystemAndroid\ folder. Go ahead and erase everything else this page had you do, you won't need any of it. Then go to this address: https://github.com/LSPosed/MagiskOnWSA/actions/runs/1410810401 Download the artifact for your architecture (ARM64 or x64). Unzip the contents into your empty C:\WindowsSubsystemAndroid\ folder. Right click Install.ps1 and choose Run with Powershell. Then start WSA by opening Windows Subsystem for Android in the start menu and click the icon that looks like a square with an arrow to the far right of "Files" to open the file manager. Once WSA starts you'll be bombarded with prompts from the Windows notification center, you'll know everything is working when that happens. You'll have a Google Play icon in the start menu if you miss the setup notification. Note: You may need to make a GitHub account to download the artifact zip, I am not sure. But that's a lot easier than doing all this crap.
  • For me, I didn't even have to do this step. Check to see if the play store will let you sign in regardless.
  • The Google Play store is filled with apps that I don't want. 😂
  • I'm getting "cannot connect to 127.0.0.1:58526: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it. (10061)" error. Pls help
  • I have the same problem...
  • If you run it a second time it will show that it's connected
  • Did you manage to root cause this issue? I'm having the same problem.
  • I am also having the same issue. I have tried everything, disabled my router firewall and Windows and still unable to connect...
  • I am so lucky, I managed to run Google play store. Fantastic, after running into ADB issues, I finally overcame
  • how do I fix the "not implemented" error when doing the deleting files part with 7zip?
    I did use the app version as the guide said.
  • Can I delete any of the folders once I finish?
  • What I want is devs to put their android apps in MS Store, and connect them to MS Services instead.
  • For step 3 when installing WSA, the command should actually be:
    powershell -command Add-AppxPackage -Register C:\WindowsSubsystemAndroid\AppxManifest.xml
    instead of:
    Add-AppxPackage -Register C:\WindowsSubsystemAndroid\AppxManifest.xml
  • Amazing, works like a charm! Thanks so so so much for this.
  • I have nothing in the output folder when the apply.sh command is run. it attempts to copy the contents, but hits an error. What am i missing?
  • I had that same issue .. I had to run all of the .sh scripts with sudo and then things got done.. I suspect it's a perms issue when you dont run the with sudo privileges.
  • Wow! This was super simple and worked like a charm. Thanks for the guide! It was a bit too simplified though. VERY step-by-step, no need at all for making so many folders in C:/. Just tell the users to right-click and open the terminal in whatever folder they downloaded adb in, for example. So simple at times that it was downright confusing. I never thought of clicking the "copy" button. Does the "copy" button in 7-zip do anything special? Do I need to download 7-zip for this step instead of using this other archiving software I have? No, of course not, you just wanted me to copy the file. Oh.
  • 7 zip is very useful and it helps to not overcomplicate things. It is a very small app and hardly considered bloatware. It is also 100% free with no premium version like WinRAR has! This is a must have app for all my machines.
  • Google Play works fine, thank you. But I can't install several apps than I need, because Google Play shows "This item is not compatible with your device" (it shows that with Google Pixel 5). Is it possible just to download and install apk that I need?
  • PLEASE HELP ME TO FIX THIS ERROR
    1|redfin:/ $ su
    /system/bin/sh: su: inaccessible or not found
  • Thanksss a lot. It worked.
  • Hello, Need help! As per Step 26 I dont have 'kernel' rather I have 'kernel-arm64' and 'kernel-64'.
    I tried copying one by one to WindowsSubsystemAndroid -> Tools. But that didnt help. So on trying to install the package i got the below error.
    Add-AppxPackage : Deployment failed with HRESULT: 0x80073D10, The deployment operation failed because the package Please help, thanks.
  • I used Kernel-64 but renamed it to just Kernel.
  • Hi. Doesn´t work to me. At step 13 many errors. Does somebody knows what could be? Tks
  • I read the instructions wrong - don't extract the *pico*.zip file - literally copy it to that folder!!
  • I keep getting this error... * daemon not running; starting now at tcp:5037
    * daemon started successfully
    cannot connect to 127.0.0.1:58526: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it. (10061)
  • Receive this error during the final step - assumed this meant I'd downloaded the wrong GAPPS package, but definitely got the x64 version. Any suggestions? Add-AppxPackage : Deployment failed with HRESULT: 0x80073D10, The deployment operation failed because the package targets the wrong processor architecture. Windows cannot install package MicrosoftCorporationII.WindowsSubsystemForAndroid because the package requires architecture ARM64, but this computer has architecture x64.
  • I made that mistake too - make sure you get the x64 version. It is all the way at the bottom of the list.