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UPDATED 11/4: The preview of Android™ apps on Windows 11 is now available for Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel in the U.S. See how to get started with the preview with the instructions below!

UPDATED 10/20 10:45AM Redmond time with link to download and install from the Store!

Hello Windows Insiders,

Today we have announced that the first preview of Android™ apps on Windows 11 is now available for Windows Insiders in the Beta Channel in the U.S. If you haven’t already read this blog post from Giorgio Sardo, please do as it highlights the overall experience you can expect to have with Android apps on Windows 11.

Our focus right now is delivering this first preview on the now-released version of Windows 11 in the Beta Channel (Windows 11 Build 22000.xxx series builds) in the U.S. The Dev Channel is now on builds from a new development cycle that isn’t matched to what is released to the general public and will not get the preview of Android apps on Windows 11 today. We know Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel are excited to try out Android apps on Windows 11 out and we plan to bring the preview to them down the road.

Getting started

To get started:
  1. Your PC needs to be on Windows 11 (Build 22000.xxx series builds) and meet these hardware requirements.
  2. You may need to enable virtualization for your PC’s BIOS/UEFI. Click here for a guide on how to enable this on your PC.
  3. Your PCs’ region must be set to the U.S.
  4. Your PC must be in the Beta Channel. If you are new to the Windows Insider Program, click here to get started with registration and joining your PC to the Beta Channel.
  5. You will also need to have a U.S.-based Amazon account to use the Amazon Appstore.

After that, just click here to go to the Microsoft Store which will guide you through the steps to verify if your device meets the minimum system requirements, setup your environment, and discover right away the new Android apps and games.

The new component that powers Android apps on Windows 11 through the Amazon Appstore is called the Windows Subsystem for Android™ and you will see a listing for it under your Start menu where you can adjust specific settings for the experience. The version of Windows Subsystem for Android™ being released today is version 1.7.32815.0. Updates for the Windows Subsystem for Android™ will automatically come through the Microsoft Store. If the PC requires a restart, the Amazon Appstore will automatically launch after restart, or you can launch it from the Start menu.

Click here for more general information on Windows Subsystem for Android. And for developer documentation, click here.

Giving feedback

As you use the preview of Android apps on Windows 11, there are a few ways to give feedback based on the issue you are experiencing:
  • If you are having issues with your Amazon account or purchases through the Amazon Appstore – please file feedback to Amazon here.
  • If you are having issues with specific apps downloaded from the Amazon Appstore, please file feedback via Feedback Hub under Apps > [Name of app].
  • If you are having issues installing the Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA), the Amazon Appstore itself and apps from the Amazon Appstore – please file feedback via Feedback Hub under Apps > Windows Subsystem for Android™.

Known issues

[Microsoft Store]
  • The Microsoft Store does not display review ratings for Amazon Appstore apps.
[Amazon Appstore]
  • If you are experiencing Amazon App Store sign in problems turn your Ad Blocker off.
  • Accessibility options are not yet enabled when using the Amazon Appstore.
[Windows Subsystem for Android]
  • Network access issues on Cellular LTE on ARM64.
  • May see display visual artifacts on certain applications on ARM64.
  • Performance may vary when running multiple concurrent Apps.
  • There are known camera issues on certain apps.
  • Apps coming out of modern standby will encounter issues.
Thanks,
BLB

Android is a trademark of Google LLC.


Source: Announcing Android™ apps on Windows 11 Preview for Windows Insiders in the Beta Channel

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Windows is a platform for creators​

Windows is the most open platform on the planet for creators. Part of living our commitment to openness is welcoming partner technologies and content that deliver powerful experiences. And what makes Windows, well, Windows is the variety of apps available. So, with Windows 11, we announced a new Microsoft Store to showcase the best experiences from developers, a flexible and transparent commerce model, and the introduction of Android™ apps.

Today, we are announcing the first preview of our Android apps experience into the Windows Insider Program. We are proud to deliver this experience with our partners – Amazon and Intel – to Beta Channel users in the United States on eligible devices running Intel, AMD, and Qualcomm platforms.

Experience Android apps on Windows for the first time​

To dive in, open the new Microsoft Store and find a selection of mobile experiences that were not available on Windows before. These Android apps and games join our broader catalog, which has everything you are looking for – from core to casual games, sophisticated productivity suites to social experiences, creativity tools to niche hobbyist apps, and developer tools to entire virtualized environments.

Home page of Store spotlighting Amazon Appstore.

Our new Microsoft Store search experience delivers the best results available, regardless of the technology used to build an app, because we are committed to offering you choice when more than one option is available. And when you’re ready to download an Android app, the Amazon Appstore will guide you through the rest of the flow and get you on your way.

Running Android apps and games on Windows 11 will feel familiar, effortless, and integrated – just as you would expect. You can easily run these apps side-by-side with the help of the new Snap Layouts feature, pin them to your Start menu or Taskbar, and interact with them via mouse, touch, or pen input. Android apps are also integrated into Alt + Tab and Task view to help you quickly move back-and-forth between the apps that matter most to you. You can see notifications from Android apps notifications in the Action Center or share your clipboard between a Windows app and an Android app. We have built the experience with accessibility in mind; many Windows accessibility settings apply to Android apps and we are working with Amazon to deliver more improvements.

Read your Kindle books on a Surface Pro X.
Read your Kindle books on your Windows PC.

We have partnered with Amazon and popular app developers to curate 50 apps for Windows Insiders to test and validate across a broad set of hardware. We will release new apps through Windows Insider Program updates in the coming months.

Here are a few examples of what you can try today:
  • Mobile games: Play some of the most popular mobile games like Lords Mobile, June’s Journey, Coin Master, and more.
  • Reading: Enjoy reading your favorite book with Kindle, or a digital comic series with Comics on your Windows tablet and swipe pages with the ease of a finger.
  • Kids content: Teach your child math, reading, and writing skills with award-winning Khan Academy Kids, or build new digital spaces with Lego Duplo World.

Built on new Windows platform technology​

To enable these types of experiences, we are introducing a new component on top of Windows 11 called Windows Subsystem for Android™, which powers the Amazon Appstore and its catalog. The Subsystem includes the Linux kernel and the Android OS based on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) version 11. It is distributed through the Microsoft Store as part of the Amazon Appstore install, which will allow users to stay updated over time as we continue to add support for more APIs, capabilities, and scenarios. The Subsystem runs in a Hyper-V Virtual Machine, like the Windows Subsystem for Linux. It understands how to map the runtime and APIs of apps in the AOSP environment to the Windows graphic layer, the memory buffers, the input modes, the physical and virtual devices, and the sensors.

Matchington Mansion (Windows Subsystem for Android), Word (Win32), Pinterest (PWA), and Gimp (Windows Subsystem for Linux) apps running side by side.
Matchington Mansion (Windows Subsystem for Android), Word (Win32),
Pinterest (PWA), and Gimp (Windows Subsystem for Linux) apps running side by side.

The Windows Subsystem for Android is available across the full spectrum of Windows processor types (AMD, Intel, and Qualcomm). We are partnering with Intel to leverage Intel Bridge Technology to enable Arm-only apps to run on AMD and Intel devices, enabling customers to get the broadest set of apps on the broadest set of devices. In order to provide a performant and secure customer experience for the Windows Insider Program, the Subsystem requires Windows 11 machines to meet minimum system requirements – and we will use this release to validate and adjust these requirements.

We are partnering with Amazon in engaging the developer community, and we will have more details to share about early developer programs to publish Android apps to the Amazon Appstore – for now, please visit the guidance from Amazon. Developers interested in publishing to the Amazon Appstore will get access to tools to debug and test their apps on Windows; and we are releasing a preview of those tools today.

What to expect next​

To get started with using Android apps on Windows, please visit our Windows Insider Program instructions. We invite you to help shape this product by sharing your experiences through Feedback Hub. We will continue to release updates to this experience through Windows Insider Program updates in the coming months.

Today’s announcement signals new opportunity for developers and creators on Windows. To quote a close partner – today is Day 1. We are inspired by what we can create together.

Android is a trademark of Google LLC

Editor’s note 10/20: Post was updated the reflect broader availability on eligible Windows PCs for the Kindle app.


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Wonder why it is U.S. only ?
 

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Wonder why it is U.S. only ?

my guess is something to do with the Amazon Appstore integration.

looked for that BTW in the MS Store and haven't found it yet myself. not sure how exactly they are rolling this out to people in the Preview program.
 

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Has anyone gotten this to work yet? I have the right build, but don't see any Android apps in the store app.
 

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Links updated in the first post by Microsoft with the link to the Store to try out Android™ apps on Windows 11 for #WindowsInsiders in the Beta Channel (U.S.).
 

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Has anyone gotten this to work yet? I have the right build, but don't see any Android apps in the store app.

Nope, nothing here yet either.
 

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done install
 

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US this and US that...I'm very disappointed.

Yet another "Cortana" beta release where it will take forever to be globally available. 😞
 

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I've tried using a VPN connection connected in the US to no avail.


Will apps in .apk be installable with this support?
 

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successfull sideload android apk
 

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successfull sideload android apk
excellent, because as far as I can tell, all there is currently in the Amazon Appstore preview is... games. ;)
 

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excellent, because as far as I can tell, all there is currently in the Amazon Appstore preview is... games. ;)
yup, all games.. that why i try to sideload other android apk :ROFLMAO:
 

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sideloaded aida64 for android :

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Not working for me.... the first time it was installed automatically in Windows Store. The second time, I uninstalled and installed it from Windows Store, both times when I click on Open, this is what I get...

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I've had no luck on sideloading, though games via the Amazon Appstore are working.

are you all who are sideloading just connecting via "adb" to the local IP (either "127.0.0.1:58526" or the one listed in the subsystem) and then using "adb install"? I'm getting back:

Performing Streamed Install
Success


when doing that but then nothing happens.
 

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I've had no luck on sideloading, though games via the Amazon Appstore are working.

are you all who are sideloading just connecting via "adb" to the local IP (either "127.0.0.1:58526" or the one listed in the subsystem) and then using "adb install"? I'm getting back:

Performing Streamed Install
Success


when doing that but then nothing happens.
What I want to know is how are people even sideloading, do they just put the apk on the desktop and then right click on it or do they copy it to a certain directory on the system?
 

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