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WSATools developer reveals “rightful” reasons why Microsoft yanked his Android app sideloader for Windows 11

We reported a week ago that had removed WSATools, an APK installer for the Android subsystem for 11, from the Microsoft for no clear reason. The developer, Simone Franco,  was later contacted by to resolve the issue, which Franco said was “rightful”, but did not expand on further. Now Franco has […]We reported a week ago that Microsoft had removed WSATools, an APK installer for the Android subsystem for Windows 11, from the Microsoft Store for no clear reason. The developer, Simone Franco,  was later contacted by Microsoft to resolve the issue, which Franco said was “rightful”, but did not expand on further. Now Franco has

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