Windows 11 Android subsystem root project MagiskOnWSA banned by Microsoft GitHub

MagiskOnWSA is a project that can obtain root privileges on Microsoft Windows 11 Android subsystem and install the Google service framework. It has 17,000 Stars on GitHub. However, this project has been officially banned by Microsoft GitHub. Access to the MagiskOnWSA repository currently only sees a notice that GitHub employees have disabled access to this repository due to a violation of GitHub’s Terms of Service.

Last year, we also released a tutorial on rooting the Win11 Android subsystem using this project, which requires building an artifact through this project, and then installing the dedicated mask Magisk App. It is unclear why the project was banned, and neither Magisk’s developers nor LSPosed’s developers responded on social media.

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Windows 11 Android Subsystem (Windows Subsystem for Android) includes the Linux kernel and the Android OS based on the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) version. This subsystem runs in a Hyper-V virtual machine, just like the Linux subsystem, and can map the runtime and API of an app in an AOSP environment to the Windows graphics layer, memory buffers, input modes, physical and virtual devices, and sensors, Can run on Intel, AMD, Qualcomm CPUs.


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