How to Root Windows Subsystem for Android using Magisk | Download WSA with Magisk and Gapps


You can now root WSA for Windows 11. Install Magisk and Gapps on Windows Subsystem for Android.

Microsoft released the first instance of Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA) for Windows 11 for the beta channel. As Android is a free and open-source operating system, developers have been tweaking and modding the WSA on Windows 11 ever since; similar to that we do on Android smartphones. Devs have already managed to install Google Play Store (Gapps) on WSA. It’s about time we install Magisk and root Windows Subsystem for Android on Windows 11.

For the ones of you who don’t know, Magisk is the maximum famous device or make the most to advantage root get admission to on Android working system. The challenge has been maintained by @topjohnwu – a renowned Android developer.

As we said earlier, a person already controlled to put in Magisk, Riru, and LSPosed on WSA. Here we’re with the primary academic on the way to root WSA the usage of Magisk.

Similar to what we did in the tutorial for Gapps (Google Apps) on WSA, here we are going to install a modded Windows Subsystem for Android which comes pre-installed with Magisk and Gapps.

Magisk and Root WSA for Windows 11
Magisk and Root WSA for Windows 11

Here is how to install the rooted WSA with Magisk and Google Play Store or Play Services pre-installed.

Download WSA with Magisk and Gapps

Here, download all the files required to root WSA. It includes the WSA with Magisk and Gapps zip, a patched Magisk APK (Magisk Manager), and ADB tools.

  • Windows Subsystem For Android (WSA) with Magisk and Gapps |
     Download (Gdrive) | Mirror link (MegaNZ)

Thanks to LSPosed for the Github project MagiskOnWSA.

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