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Tips and Tricks for Using UFO Transfer on Xbox One


- A Windows 10 PC with Minecraft installed - A Minecraft world that you want to transfer H2: How to Access Your Minecraft Folder on Xbox One - Download and install UFO Transfer app on your Xbox One - Launch the app and select "Open in File Explorer" - Navigate to the "Packages" folder and find the one with "Microsoft.MinecraftUWP" in its name - Copy the "LocalState" folder to your USB drive H2: How to Transfer Your Minecraft World to Windows 10 PC - Plug your USB drive into your Windows 10 PC - Open the "LocalState" folder and find the "games" folder - Copy the "com.mojang" folder to your desktop - Rename the folder to "minecraftWorlds" - Move the folder to your Minecraft directory (usually C:\Users\YourName\AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.MinecraftUWP_8wekyb3d8bbwe\LocalState\games) H2: How to Play Your Transferred Minecraft World on Windows 10 PC - Launch Minecraft on your Windows 10 PC - Select "Play" and then "Create New" - Choose "Import" and browse to your desktop - Select the "minecraftWorlds" folder and click "Import" - Enjoy your transferred world on Windows 10 PC H2: How to Edit Your Transferred Minecraft World on Windows 10 PC - Download and install Universal Minecraft Editor from OprizeLP - Launch the editor and select "Windows 10 Edition" - Choose your transferred world from the list and click "Open World" - Make any changes you want using the editor's features - Save your edited world and close the editor H2: How to Transfer Your Edited Minecraft World Back to Xbox One - Repeat the steps from the previous sections in reverse order - Copy the "minecraftWorlds" folder from your Minecraft directory to your USB drive - Rename the folder back to "com.mojang" - Plug your USB drive into your Xbox One - Launch UFO Transfer app and select "Open in File Explorer" - Navigate to the "Packages" folder and find the one with "Microsoft.MinecraftUWP" in its name - Paste the "LocalState" folder from your USB drive, replacing the existing one - Launch Minecraft on your Xbox One and play your edited world H2: Conclusion Summarize the main points of the article and provide some tips or warnings Table 2: Article with HTML formatting How to Download UFO Transfer on Xbox One




If you are a fan of Minecraft, you might have heard of UFO Transfer, a handy app that allows you to access your Minecraft folder on Xbox One. This app can be useful for transferring your worlds between platforms, editing them with external tools, or backing them up. In this article, we will show you how to download UFO Transfer on Xbox One and use it to transfer your worlds to and from Windows 10 PC.


What You Need to Download UFO Transfer on Xbox One




To download UFO Transfer on Xbox One, you will need a few things:




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  • A compatible USB drive formatted to NTFS. You can use any USB drive that has enough space for your worlds, but make sure it is formatted to NTFS, otherwise it won't work with UFO Transfer. To format a USB drive to NTFS, plug it into your Windows 10 PC, right-click on it, select "Format", choose "NTFS" as the file system, and click "Start".



  • A Windows 10 PC with Minecraft installed. You will need a Windows 10 PC with Minecraft installed to transfer your worlds between platforms. You can download Minecraft for Windows 10 from the Microsoft Store . If you already have Minecraft for Java Edition, you can get Minecraft for Windows 10 for free by following these steps .



  • A Minecraft world that you want to transfer. You can use any world that you have created or downloaded on your Xbox One. You can find many amazing worlds to download from the Minecraft Marketplace or from other websites . Just make sure they are compatible with the Bedrock Edition of Minecraft, which is the one that runs on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC.



How to Access Your Minecraft Folder on Xbox One




Once you have everything ready, you can start by accessing your Minecraft folder on Xbox One. This is where all your worlds are stored. To do this, you will need to download and install UFO Transfer app on your Xbox One. Here are the steps:


  • Go to the Microsoft Store on your Xbox One and search for "UFO Transfer". You can also use this link to find it.



  • Select the app and click "Get" to download and install it. It is free and does not require any subscription or sign-in.



  • Launch the app and select "Open in File Explorer". This will open a file explorer window that shows all the files and folders on your Xbox One.



  • Navigate to the "Packages" folder and find the one with "Microsoft.MinecraftUWP" in its name. This is your Minecraft folder.



  • Copy the "LocalState" folder to your USB drive. This folder contains all your worlds and settings. To copy it, press the menu button on your controller, select "Copy", then go to your USB drive, press the menu button again, and select "Paste".



How to Transfer Your Minecraft World to Windows 10 PC




Now that you have copied your Minecraft folder to your USB drive, you can transfer it to your Windows 10 PC. This will allow you to play your world on your PC or edit it with external tools. To do this, follow these steps:


  • Plug your USB drive into your Windows 10 PC. You should see it appear as a removable device in your file explorer.



  • Open the "LocalState" folder on your USB drive and find the "games" folder. This folder contains all your worlds.



  • Copy the "com.mojang" folder to your desktop. This folder contains all your worlds and settings. To copy it, right-click on it, select "Copy", then go to your desktop, right-click on an empty space, and select "Paste".



  • Rename the folder to "minecraftWorlds". This is the name that Minecraft for Windows 10 uses for its worlds folder. To rename it, right-click on it, select "Rename", and type the new name.



  • Move the folder to your Minecraft directory. This is where Minecraft for Windows 10 stores its worlds. The default location is C:\Users\YourName\AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.MinecraftUWP_8wekyb3d8bbwe\LocalState\games. To move it, right-click on it, select "Cut", then go to the Minecraft directory, right-click on an empty space, and select "Paste". If you already have a minecraftWorlds folder there, you can merge them or replace them.



How to Play Your Transferred Minecraft World on Windows 10 PC




Now that you have transferred your world to your Windows 10 PC, you can play it on your PC or edit it with external tools. To play it, follow these steps:


  • Launch Minecraft on your Windows 10 PC. You can find it in your Start menu or in your Microsoft Store library.



  • Select "Play" and then "Create New". This will show you a list of all your available worlds.



  • Choose "Import" and browse to your desktop. This will show you a list of all the folders on your desktop.



  • Select the "minecraftWorlds" folder and click "Import". This will import all the worlds in that folder to your Minecraft for Windows 10.



  • Enjoy your transferred world on Windows 10 PC. You can find it in the list of imported worlds with its original name and thumbnail.



How to Edit Your Transferred Minecraft World on Windows 10 PC




If you want to edit your transferred world on Windows 10 PC, you can use a powerful tool called Universal Minecraft Editor from OprizeLP . This tool allows you to modify any aspect of your world, such as blocks, items, entities, biomes, structures, commands, and more. To use it, follow these steps:


  • Download and install Universal Minecraft Editor from OprizeLP . You can get it from this link . It is free and does not require any installation. Just unzip the file and run the executable.



  • Launch the editor and select "Windows 10 Edition". This will show you a list of all your worlds on your Windows 10 PC.



  • Choose your transferred world from the list and click "Open World". This will load your world in the editor.



  • Make any changes you want using the editor's features. You can edit any aspect of your world, such as blocks, items, entities, biomes, structures, commands, and more. You can also use the search function to find specific things or use the filters to narrow down your results. For more information on how to use the editor, you can watch this tutorial video or visit the official website .



  • Save your edited world and close the editor. To save your changes, click on the "Save" button at the top left corner of the editor. To close the editor, click on the "X" button at the top right corner of the editor.



How to Transfer Your Edited Minecraft World Back to Xbox One




Now that you have edited your world on Windows 10 PC, you can transfer it back to your Xbox One. This will allow you to play your edited world on your console or share it with your friends. To do this, follow these steps:


  • Repeat the steps from the previous sections in reverse order. To transfer your edited world back to Xbox One, you need to do the same steps that you did to transfer it to Windows 10 PC, but in reverse order. That means:



  • Copy the "minecraftWorlds" folder from your Minecraft directory to your USB drive.



  • Rename the folder back to "com.mojang".



  • Plug your USB drive into your Xbox One.



  • Launch UFO Transfer app and select "Open in File Explorer".



  • Navigate to the "Packages" folder and find the one with "Microsoft.MinecraftUWP" in its name.



  • Paste the "LocalState" folder from your USB drive, replacing the existing one.



Launch Minecraft on your Xbox One and play your edited world. You can find it in the list of worlds with its original name and thumbna


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