A few days ago we wrote that Microsoft removed WSATools, an APK installer for Android subsystem for Windows 11, from the Microsoft Store for no apparent reason.
WSATools has now been removed from the store. Microsoft (not me) has pulled the app so it’s no longer available. I don’t know if it’s intentional, or what the reasons are. I received a letter with no explanation…
Sigh. If someone can help here, I’d really appreciate it
– Simone Franco (@Simizfo) November 9, 2021
Now, after some fussing, it looks like Microsoft has worked to resolve the issue with the developer (which he calls “proper”) and the app is coming soon.
Microsoft just wrote me a letter really pleased with all the reasons why WSATools was removed and…
The letter contains clear suggestions and how to solve them easily and get the app approved 🙂 that’s great! Thanks!
– Simone Franco (@Simizfo) November 12, 2021
are not. Those are good reasons. the blank disapproval was poorly written, but it turned out to be a bug and they even apologized.
I really appreciate that now
– Simone Franco (@Simizfo) November 13, 2021
Italian developer, Simone Franco, has developed a Microsoft Store app that makes it easy to double-click an APK. His WSATools has the following description.
Easy to use apk installer for Windows Subsystem for Android™.
WSATools is a simple apk installer for Windows 11 Subsystem for Android, designed to be intuitive and make users instantly feel at home.
Franco notes that the app is available again via a private link and hopes to return to the Store at this link soon. here.
https://mspoweruser.com/microsoft-appears-to-have-resolved-issue-with-wsatools-developer-will-be-available-soon-again/ | Microsoft seems to have resolved the issue with WSATools developer, will be back to work soon