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Restoring to Andriod can be done with the "My Files" application. Copy the folder from the backup location to the minecraftWorlds-folder. Or download and extract your backup-zipfile from Google Drive. Don't forget to delete the zipfile after extracting.
Backup and restore using an iOS device is the easyest. But has one disadvantage: iTunes copies all your worlds to a single folder with multiple subfolders. Restoring, from this folder, overwrites all existing worlds on the iOS device. But it's possible to alter or merge backup folders before restoring.
My daughter is using Minecraft for Android. We are switching a broken phone to a new phone of the exact same model. I tried saving to external and application and have gone through the steps listed and when I go into the "minecraftWorlds" folder, it is empty, but it still shows all of the worlds on the app of her original phone. I also tried moving the app to the external SD card before installing it into the new phone and it still did not help. I have to return the broken phone in a few days or else I face paying hundreds of dollars! Please help!What do I do?
before making the world backup, make sure that you changed the file storage location to external, you can do this by clicking settings>profile>File Storage Location>external, otherwise the worlds won't appear in the minecraftWorlds folder, i hope it helped :Dedit: to use the worlds the same method apply, otherwise the world will won't appear in the world listedit 2: don't change the File storage Location while in the world, this may corrupt the world, and makes it behave in a strange way (no animations, you can swim in lava, you don't drown, mobs stop moving, blocks don't have breaking animation) and if it don't get corrupted, all your progress after you changed it will be deleted.and lastly, i had a problem while changing the file storage location, because if you started a world while the file storage location was in application, you can't change it back to external, i tried and my minecraft crashed :( now i can't backup my world
This was a great instructable! Easy to follow. I did exactly what was said. I copied the worlds from my daughter's old android tablet onto an sd card then put the card in the new android tablet and copied the worlds into My Files > Games > com.mojang > minecraftWorlds and I can see them all there. But when she opens minecraft, she only sees the two new worlds she created on the new tablet. None of the copied worlds show up in the app.Have I done something wrong??Many thanks
So You need to Backup your single player world then transfer to the PC so I just Backup my old iPad mini 3 then transfer to my iPad 6th Generation but the all worlds and accounts are safe so it will never lose the data.
Minecraft, a sandbox video game, is popular among game lovers. Players can create their own world in the game and they need to focus on building and surviving. Besides, there is a close community which enables multiple players to interact and communicate with each other on a single world.
The main article still says, "Singleplayer and multiplayer, when purchased, can be played in the user's web browser, or using the downloadable launcher." As I understand it, the web browser play is gone forever and the launcher is now the only way to play. Could someone double check that and fix it? PuzzleMage (talk) 17:23, 22 December 2013 (UTC) 2b1af7f3a8