How to Enable WSA Advanced Networking in Windows 11, 10

Microsoft has recently unveiled a new feature called Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA), which enables users to run Android applications on their PC without relying on an emulator.

A fascinating aspect of this feature is the Advanced Networking function found within WSA, which enables Android apps installed on a PC to communicate with other devices on the same network.

This post will provide step-by-step guidance on how to enable or disable WSA Advanced Networking in Windows 11.

What is WSA Advanced Networking?

WSA Advanced Networking allows Android applications to connect with other devices on the same network as the user’s Windows PC. When enabled, it allows users to enjoy several features, such as playing content wirelessly, controlling their PC using their phone, playing music on a speaker connected to the same network, and more, using compatible apps.

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How to Enable or Disable WSA Advanced Networking in Windows

To activate the feature, follow these steps:

1. Search for Windows Subsystem for Android in the Windows search bar and launch Windows Subsystem for Android Settings.

2. Switch to the System tab from the left pane.

3. Finally, ook for the Advanced Networking option and toggle it on to activate the feature.

If you experience any network issues, toggle the Advanced Networking off to disable it, and you’re good to go.

Microsoft suggests that turning off this feature may be helpful if you encounter network problems in your mobile applications, as it prevents apps from accessing other devices on the network.

What is Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA)?

The Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA) enables Windows 11 PCs to run Android apps directly, without the need for an Android emulator or virtual machine. This feature provides users access to a broad range of mobile applications via Amazon Appstore.

Additionally, the feature comes with the Linux kernel and Android OS 11. Give WSA Advanced Networking a try and see how it works for you.

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