One of the most popular features of Windows 11 is that it will allow native integration with Android apps. Initially, this will be done via the Amazon Appstore, which will serve as an unofficial store for your applications until the arrival of the Play Store (initially via Play Games), although Microsoft engineers have already indicated on occasion that the installation of APK by ourselves would also be possible.
Said and done, under the protection of this arrival we started to see it land applications like WSATools, which have already proven to be perfectly valid for bringing any APK file to Windows, despite the fact that Microsoft’s system doesn’t seem to put much of its part into this process. Now, WSATools is preparing to upgrade and take it a step further: allow Android app backups.
Back up Android apps in Windows 11
The upgrade will come with version 0.2.0 of WSATools, which is currently in the final testing phase. So it will be released soon so that anyone can install it on Windows 11. In this version, the backup copies will land
This option comes after the developers of WSATools have implemented the ADB tools in the application, which allows you to bypass the necessary step of configuring the application to also restore data such as user sessions
At this time, this WSATools feature is only available to users of Microsoft’s Insider Program, but will be available to everyone soon. WSATools is available on the Microsoft Store, and it is easily installable via this direct link to the system application store. Occasionally, Microsoft has “destroyed” the application to reappear later, so you should have no problem locating it.
Via | XDA Developers