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Minecraft PE Server on Galaxy S3, can I copy it to my Note 3?

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by threefivezero, Dec 31, 2013.

  1. threefivezero

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    I'm not a hardcore Android gamer, but over the past 6 months my son and I have built an impressive castle and grounds on my Samsung Galaxy S3. I recently upgraded to a Note 3, and neither of us know a way to copy the (I would call it a map, I'm a PS3 gamer) server to my new phone.

    Is there a way?
     

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    Find the folder that Minecraft stores your save data in. It's not in /data/data, because it survives a factory reset, so it's somewhere in /sdcard (your "home" folder)
     
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    Maybe you can try Helium to backup the game data on the S3 then restore it in the Note?
     

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