how to activate the feature to run Android applications VPN


Before everyone else!.. Here is how to activate the feature to run Android applications on Windows 11 without a VPN

We can say that the initial version of the feature to run mobile applications on Windows 11 has already begun to arrive. Certainly, this is what Microsoft announced a few days ago, and we talked about it in a previous news blog.

Everyone has been excited about this feature, however it looks like we need to wait a while for it to reach the final version. In the meantime, you may want to try the initial release, which is available to all subscribers of the Windows Insider Program under the Beta channel.

For some reason, Microsoft has put in a lot of tough conditions to allow the feature to run - or rather, the beta version of it - as it says in a blog post that the most important requirement is that you must be a resident of the USA to be allowed to install Windows Subsystem for Android which brings the emulator to windows 11,

Besides this, you will need an Amazon account associated with a US address in order to later be able to install applications using the Amazon AppStore, and despite everything we will tell you how to activate the feature without the need for a VPN.

How to activate the feature to install mobile applications on Windows 11:

Step 1: You will download the msixbundle file from the direct link at the bottom of the post, the file size is about 1.21 GB, and in order to install it you will use PowerShell to install the package forcefully.

Step 2: To install, you will right-click on the file and choose "Copy as path" to copy the file path, and directly you will enter PowerShell via the taskbar and then (Windows Terminal (Admin.

Step 3: In the PowerShell window, you will type the command Add-AppPackage and then you will leave a space, and press Ctrl+V to paste the file path. Now press the Enter button to install, and you will need to wait a few minutes.

Step 4: By entering the Start menu, you can notice Windows Subsystem for Android next to the Amazon AppStore, and if it does not appear, you can follow the next step.

Step 5: You will press the Win+R shortcut and in the Run window type optionalfeatures and press Enter. From the window, scroll down and activate the Virtual Machine Platform, then click OK and it will restart the computer.

Step 6: After the computer is turned on, you will enter Windows Subsystem for Android to install the Amazon App Store automatically. You'll need to log into your Amazon account, and if you encounter a country error, you'll go to your Amazon account settings and enter a random US address.

This way, you will be able to install and try various games and software without the need for an emulator until the final version arrives and it will certainly be easy to activate the feature at that time.

Download link: Windows Subsystem For Android

It may help you .. after a long wait .. Microsoft now officially allows Android applications to run in Windows 11