if you your saved Minecraft game states and worlds on your Android mobile device to extract and save them safely or transfer them to another device, you can follow the steps below to find the data easily. These instructions are only for Android as they are stored in a different location on the PC or other devices.
How to find your saved games and worlds (Android)
Let’s do it step by step because it can be a bit tricky. The first thing you need to do is open the Minecraft game and go to the Settings tab in the main menu.
Go to Minecraft Settings
From there, scroll down the left menu to Profile (or Profiles) and then scroll down the right side of the screen until you find the File Storage Location tab. Make sure “External” is checked there instead of Application to ensure your save files and worlds are stored on your phone and not in the game itself.
Switch save modality for Minecraft
If you did that, you must have a file explorer installed on your Android phone, e.g. B. the ES File Explorer.
Once you have that, launch the application and follow the path below to find the game and its files:
Download and run the ES File Explorer app in Android
If you can’t find them easily, we will help you step by step with the following screenshots. You just have to navigate through the application to find your games folder. You can use the magnifying glass to search for Minecraft directly, or browse the Storage tab.
Browser through ES File Explorer to find the Minecraft files
Once there, look for the “Games” folder in the ES file explorer, probably with the name “games”.
Locate the Games folder in ES File Explorer
Open the folder by clicking on it to find out what games are inside and click on the folder named Minecraft and the files inside.
Open the Games folder in ES File Explorer
After you have done that, in the Minecraft folder you will find the subfolders with the worlds of the game and the templates used. Click on the first.
Find the Minecraft files folder
Here you will find the files in the Minecraft Worlds folder, that is, the worlds saved on your device.
Open the Minecraft folder
When you open this folder, you’ll see several save files, but you can explore a little further.
Browse the saved Minecraft files
These are the save files for your Minecraft game and worlds, which you can copy along with the above folders if you wish to keep or transfer them.
This is where you will find your saved Minecraft files
Keep in mind that this path may vary depending on whether you’re using an SD card for storage or internal storage. However, you can usually find them by following the path “X/Games/com.mojang/minecraftWorlds/” where X is the SD, the internal storage or the location where the files were saved respectively. An app like Files, which we used as an example for this article, can make this a lot easier.