Microsoft has implemented enhanced networking capabilities that allow applications to access LAN devices on ARM-based computers, allowing applications to take advantage of this capability. In addition, support for IPv6 and VPN has been added.
Updating the Settings app
Updated the Windows Subsystem for Android Settings app to reflect new networking experiences. In particular, the IP address has been removed from the “For Developers” section, since now the subsystem uses the same IP address that is assigned to your computer.
ARM-based devices include support for advanced networking, including application access to local network devices.
The VM IP address has been removed from the Settings app. With enhanced networking, the IP address of the VM is now the same as the IP address of the host/machine.
Fixed issues related to the inability to resize application content when maximizing or resizing a window.
Fixed issues with scrolling in apps with mouse and trackpad.
Implemented May fixes for Android.
Now it is not possible to take a screenshot of Android protected windows.
Improved web browser launch.
Apps can now sleep or standby while the device is charging to save more power.
ADB debug requests are now redirected to Windows to improve security.
Windows Subsystem for Android now uses Chromium WebView 101.
Fixed graphical issues including app flickering and graphical content corruption.
Fixed video playback issues.
Added support for AV1 codec.
Added support for IPv6 and VPN.
Improved performance and stability of virtual Wi-FI connection in a container.
Video playback apps can now prevent the screen from turning off in Windows.
Some VPN services may not work with advanced network subsystem capabilities. If you are using a VPN and notice that Android apps cannot connect to the network, then disable Advanced Networking in the Windows Subsystem for Android Settings app.