November Windows Subsystem for Android brings audio recording enhancements and more

Today, Microsoft released two updates for Windows 11, one is the incremental Windows 11 upgrade available in the release preview channel, while the second upgrade is an incremental Windows Subsystem for Android update. Whether it is Windows 11 upgrade or the Windows Subsystem for Android, both updates address a bunch of issues on the OS and also bring some new functionalities to the OS. Read along to know more details about this month’s Android Subsystem update.

Microsoft kicks off this month’s Subsystem for Android upgrade with the 2210.40000.7.0 version number. The incremental upgrade is available to users who opted for dev and beta channels in Windows Insider Program.

Before moving to the changes coming with this month’s release, Windows Subsystem for Android is expected to receive the Android 13 update soon with some additional features and apps. At the time of writing, there’s no timeline available for the big update.

Talking about the changes available on the Windows Subsystem for Android November update, then the upgrade brings enhancement to audio recording quality for Android apps. Apart from that, the changelog hints at enhancements for OAuth scenarios, which simply means a more reliable experience while signing in to compatible apps or websites. The latest incremental upgrade also brings MPEG2 support and Chromium 106 update to the Android subsystem on Windows 11.

Other than that, this build brings improvements to input reliability as well as to the camera experience when the device is not equipped with a camera. Check out the complete list of changes coming with the incremental Windows Subsystem for Android update.

  • Enhancement of audio recording quality
  • Enhancement of OAuth scenarios
  • Support for MPEG2 decoding
  • Improvements to the camera experience when the device is not equipped with a camera
  • Improvements in input reliability
  • Chromium update to 106

You can head over to the Windows Insider Blog for more details about the new upgrade.

If your Windows 11 is running on a developer or beta build and Windows Subsystem for Android is available in your region, then you can upgrade to the new version.

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