Want to get Google Play Store on your Windows 11 system? Check out the step by step guide here – Tech News, Firstpost

The Google Play Store offers us a wide range of different apps for both professional and entertainment purposes. So, it’s no surprise that you don’t want to limit your Android experience to just your smartphone. You can enjoy all the apps offered by the Google Play Store on Windows 11.

Wondering how? You will first need to uninstall the Windows subsystem for Android and enable developer mode to start downloading the Google Play Store. Then, you’ll need to install the modified Windows subsystem for Android, which is obtainable from GitHub. Here’s a step-by-step guide to the process, according to Android Authority:

Steps for installing Google Play Store on Windows 11:

Step 1: To uninstall the current version of the Windows subsystem for Android on your Windows 11 system, go to Settings and click on the App tab visible in the left panel. Now, click on the “Apps and Features” section. Switch to the Windows subsystem for Android in the app list. Go to the three-dot menu and click “Uninstall”.

Step 2: Now go to the “Privacy and Security” tab available in the left panel. Under “Security”, click “For developers”. Turn on developer mode. When the message appears, press “Yes”.

Step 3: Go to GitHub https://github.com/join and create an account. Then, go to the LPoseed MagiskOnWSA page.

Step 4: In the upper right corner, tap the “Fork” button. This process will open the forked copy in your account in seconds. If you lose it, you can simply visit the “Your Repositories” option by clicking on your profile icon.

Step 5: Once you are on this page, click on the “Actions tab”. You will need to grant a one-time permission for the workflows to run. Publish it, click on the green button that says: “I understand my workflows, go ahead and enable them”.

Step 6: Click on the “Create WSA” workflow in the left sidebar. Then select the “Run” workflow button.

Step 7: You will receive a pop-up. Except for “Variants of gapps”, leave all options as they are. Click on the drop-down menu that says “nobody below it” and click on pico. Then, choose the green “Run” workflow button.

Step 7: After the task is completed, a visible orange status indicator will turn into a green check mark.

Step 8: Hit the “Create WSA” activity label and scroll down to the “Artifacts” tab. The Arm and x86 version of the modified WSA package will be ready for you. Select your preferred version based on your CPU type to start the installation.

Step 9: Extract the installed file to a folder and open the folder. Find the “Install” file option, right click on it and hit “Run with PowerShell”. Click “Open” when the security warning appears. If PowerShell asks for permission, click “Run”.

Step 10: PowerShell may ask you to reboot. If this happens, run the “Install” file in PowerShell again. Once completed, search for the “Windows Subsystem for Android” in the “Start” menu and open it.

Step 11: After that, turn on developer mode in subsystem settings. Select “Manage Developer Settings” to start the subsystem. Allow / deny diagnostic data when prompted and press “Allow Access” when this request is made by Windows Firewall.

Step 12: Google Play Store will be downloaded to your Windows 11 system after a few moments.