We have earlier covered in detail how enthusiasts succeeded in sideloading Android apps on Windows 10 Mobile and later a easier way was found to do so even for apps with Google services requirements. We had even shared a list of Android apps running on Windows 10 Mobile.
But seem with the onset of latest Build 10536.1004, Microsoft patched the OS in such a way that it became impossible to run or install Android applications. But like always XDA community has find a solution and now it is possible to install and run Android apps again on Windows 10 Mobile Build 10536.1004.
Android apps on Build 10536 tutorial:
1 – Extract (using latest WinRAR or 7zip, for example) the contents of the this attachment somewhere;
2 – Copy everything from the extracted “Tools” folder to the folder where you currently have the wconnect tool;
3 – In your phone, go to developer settings, enable “Device discovery”, and choose “Unpair all” to remove previous pairing info;
4 – In your PC, make sure no process called “wconnectsrv” is running (use Windows Task Manager), and then use the new wconnect tool, and pair the phone again;
4 – In your phone, uninstall current Android applications;
5 – Reinstall them using the new wconnect tool, in the same way you did before;
When trying to install an application, adb could return the error of [DELETING_EXISTING_APPLICATIONDATA_STORE_FAILED] . In that case, restart the phone, and try again.