Since its confirmation in June of this year, the support of Android apps in Windows 11 has been drawing attention for integrating previously divergent operating systems and thus raising the possibilities for its users, thanks to a partnership with Amazon.
Now, after we started to see its effective initial availability in Windows 11 Channel Dev, developers started to explore the possibilities behind the novelty and right away, we have the emergence of information related to the supposed root of the Microsoft solution.
According to John Wu, Magisk developer, a teamwork that also includes the people from Riru and LSPosed managed to put an assisted and functional SU using emulator scripts.
Yup, we managed to get kernel assisted SU up and running in WSA, which bootstraps Magisk using my emulator scripts, and the rest is business as usual.
(Also by "we", I mean Magisk + Riru + LSPosed folks as we are in close collaboration) https://t.co/etFA3Jv5uR
— John Wu (@topjohnwu) October 21, 2021
With that, it opens the door for developers to work on the solution and, who knows, even allow its users to install and use apks and additional stores.
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