At the same time, what is interesting is that something like this is officially made possible by the Amazon App Store, not the Microsoft Store. The feature is currently being tested in the United States and is only available to devices with hardware that meets the minimum required criteria.
And it is at least 8GB of RAM, although 16GB is recommended. An SSD is also required, the processor should be at least Core i3 8th Gen, Ryzen 3000, Snapdragon 8c or something newer than stated. The processor type should be x64 or ARM64, and for those who need virtualization, they must have a Virtual Machine Platform. And finally, an Amazon account.
As for the upcoming update, it is officially named Windows Subsystem for Android 2204.40000.15.0. At the same time, the engine according to Android 12.1 is being supplemented. Or, in other words, Windows 11 will now be able to benefit from the latest Google technology.
The changes will not be immediately visible, even after updating to Android 12.1, but over time this will also be corrected. As well as numerous bugs, which testers are already reporting, they state that there are a larger number of them. Not surprisingly, this is a novelty, but also Microsoft software, known for numerous bugs in its earliest versions.
What will be possible while everything is done is easy connection to the Android System, and therefore a simpler way to use applications. All this on one network and via a desktop computer. Also, this doesn’t just apply to smartphones but all Android smartphones. Therefore, it is possible to use an Android smart security camera via a Windows computer, which is certainly clearer and more functional than via a mobile phone.
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