Last time I published a tutorial on the Windows 11 Android subsystem, I wonder if everyone has used it? Not to mention, it’s not bad to play Android apps under Windows 11. It’s just that some netizens say that it is too troublesome to use the command line to install Android applications.
No, some developers are eager for everyone to launch a fool-like installation management tool for Android applications. With them, you don’t need the command line mode to install Android applications in the Android subsystem. Let’s take a look. This article has two different tools.
But having said that, these two tools are currently not open source and their security is unknown. Please use them with caution. Regardless of the tool, you need to open the developer mode of the Android subsystem. Of course, the premise is that you have installed the Android subsystem.
Android application right click installer
The first one is the right-click installer for Android apps made by netizens from the My Love Cracking Forum.Original post address:Click here to enter
This tool does not need to be installed, just unzip it to the ADB directory (ADB toolkit download address is as follows, please use the download tool to downloadhttps://dl.google.com/android/repository/platform-tools-latest-Windows.zip) Then right-click the menu, run as an administrator, and then click “Setup Right-click Installation”. Then you can use the right-click menu on the Android application installation package to select “Install APK” to install the Android application.
Figure 1 Run as an administrator
Figure 2 Set right-click installation
Figure 3 Install APK
Can install WSA toolbox with management and file transfer
The second is the “WSA Toolbox” from @Makazeu, which integrates the Android application installation management function of the Android subsystem, allowing users to easily install and manage Android applications.
Download address of WSA toolbox:https://www.microsoft.com/zh-cn/p/wsa%E5%B7%A5%E5%85%B7%E7%AE%B1/9ppsp2mkvtgt
Figure 4 WSA Toolbox
Open the WSA toolbox and you can see the upper row of function options. There are APK installations, management APPs (start, close, create shortcuts and uninstall APPs), and display the Android subsystem process. The interface is simple and rude. Very easy to use.
Figure 5 Install APK
Figure 6 Installed APP management
Figure 7 Process list
The WAS toolbox also has a useful function, which is to open up the file transfer channel between the Android subsystem and the Windows system, so that users can take out the files in the Android subsystem to the Windows system file directory, or transfer the Windows system The file is transferred to the Android subsystem.
Figure 8 File transfer function
With the help of these two tools, does the Android subsystem become easier? At present, some netizens have launched an installation program for one-click installation and deployment of the Android subsystem, and they are indeed omnipotent netizens!