The August update to the Windows subsystem for Android adds support for app input and other improvements

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New toggle to view/save diagnostic data in the Windows Subsystem for Android Settings app luding improvements to diagnostic sizes. Graphics improvements. Sadly, though, the new update is U.S. only for now. The known issues in this new WSA version 2206.40000.15.0 update is the same from last month: Some VPNs may not work with Advanced Networking. If you use a VPN and find Android apps do not have network connectivity, please disable Advanced Networking in the Windows Subsystem for the Android Settings app

The August update to Windows Subsystem for Android adds support for input in apps and other improvements. Windows Insiders on all channels have received the most recent update to Microsoft’s Windows Subsystem for Android (WSA). Version 2206.40000.15.0 of the upgrade offers stability updates, networking and windowing enhancements, and input compatibility in apps like games. The complete release notes for this new August update are available below: Several apps now benefit from a new set of shims that can be switched on in the Windows Subsystem for Android Settings app.

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  • Sony Group sees its foray into games played on personal computers and smartphones as a way to unshackle itself from the success of the PlayStation and ensure future growth in the gaming industry. The Japanese tech group debuted the PC gaming hardware brand Inzone last month, offering two types of monitors and three headset models. The most expensive headset sells for 36,300 yen ($275) at Japan’s Sony Store while the monitors go for 154,000 yen at the high end.

  • Sony Group views its entry into the market for games played on smartphones and personal computers as a way to break free from the PlayStation’s success and guarantee further expansion in the gaming sector. Last month, a Japanese tech company introduced the Inzone brand of PC gaming hardware, which includes two different types of monitors and three different headset models. The most costly headset costs 36,300 yen ($275) at the Sony Store in Japan, while the most expensive displays cost 154,000 yen.

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