How to Easily Transfer Minecraft Worlds from iPad to Android?

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Creating and transferring Minecraft Worlds across devices can be a daunting task, especially if you’re moving from iOS to Android. Fortunately, the Bedrock app makes it easy and convenient to back up, sync, and transfer your Minecraft worlds.

First, you’ll need to save your current Minecraft world on your Android device. To do this, simply tap on the world and select ‘Save World’. Now that your world is saved on your Android device, it’s time to upload it to Google Drive. Open the Bedrock app and log in with your Google account. Then click ‘Upload’ in the top right corner of the app and select the world that you want to sync.

Once uploaded to Google Drive, you can now transfer your Minecraft world from iOS to Android. On an iPad or iPhone open up Files then navigate to Minecraft > Games > com.mojang > MinecraftWorlds > Select All > Share Icon > Copy.

Now open up the Bedrock app on your Android device and log in with your Google account again. Once logged in select ‘Download’ from the top right corner of the app and choose which world you want to download onto your device. That’s it! Your world will now appear in the list of available worlds on your Android device ready for you to explore!

Transferring Minecraft Worlds from iOS to Android doesn’t have to be difficult thanks to Bedrock’s easy-to-use interface! All it takes is a few clicks of a button for you to enjoy all of your creations on any platform!

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Importing Minecraft Worlds to Android

To import Minecraft Worlds to your Android device, you will first need to download the Bedrock edition of the game, which is available in the Google Play Store. Once you have the app installed, open it and select ‘Play’. From there, tap the ‘Create or Import World’ button and choose ‘Import World’. You will then be prompted to select a world from your device’s storage or from the cloud (Google Drive). Select the world you want to import and follow any additional instructions that may appear. Once you have successfully imported your world, it should now appear in your list of worlds when you next open the game.

Transferring Minecraft Worlds to a New Phone

Yes! With Bedrock, you can easily transfer your Minecraft world to a new phone. All you need to do is log in to your Google Drive account on both devices and then upload the world using the Bedrock app. Then, you can download the world to your new phone with just one click. Your world will be synced and ready to play on your new device in no time!

Transferring a Minecraft World from iOS to Another Device

To transfer your Minecraft world from one iOS device to another, you will need to use the ‘Files’ app. First, locate the ‘Minecraft’ folder in the ‘Files’ app and open it. Then, scroll down to the ‘Minecraft’ folder inside and open it. Next, select the ‘Games’ folder and open it. Inside this folder, you should see a folder named ‘com.mojang’. Open this folder and select the ‘MinecraftWorlds’ folder. Once you have opened this folder, click on the ‘Select’ button at the top right of your screen and choose to select all of its contents. After that, click on the share icon which is located at the top right of your screen, then click on ‘Copy’ to copy all of your selected files over to a new device. Finally, go into your new device’s ‘Files’ app and paste these files into their respective folders – this should transfer all of your Minecraft worlds over to your new device.

Do I Need to Purchase Minecraft Again for Android?

No, you do not have to rebuy Minecraft for Android if you already own the game. The game is available on multiple platforms and so you can use your existing account to log in and play on any device. To access your account on Android, all you need to do is download the game from the Google Play Store and sign in using your existing credentials. Once you are signed in, all of your progress will be saved and synced across devices.

Where is the Minecraft World Data Stored on an iPad?

Unfortunately, the location of Minecraft worlds on an iPad is not as easily accessible as it is on an Android device. To access your Minecraft worlds on an iPad, you must first download a file managers app such as iFile or GoodReader. Once you have installed one of these apps, open it and navigate to the Documents folder. From there, you should be able to locate the Minecraft folder and access individual world files.


In conclusion, Minecraft has become one of the most popular games in the world and its players continue to enjoy the game on all sorts of platforms. It is easy to sync your Minecraft worlds across Android devices with the help of the Bedrock App. By uploading your worlds to Google Drive, you can share them with friends and family or play together on different devices. With its endless possibilities, endless exploration, and endless fun, Minecraft is sure to remain a favorite for many years to come.

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Sanjeev Singh

Sanjeev is the tech editor at DeviceMAG. He has a keen interest in all things technology, and loves to write about the latest developments in the industry. He has a passion for quality-focused journalism and believes in using technology to make people's lives better. He has worked in the tech industry for over 15 years, and has written for some of the biggest tech blogs in the world. Sanjeev is also an avid photographer and loves spending time with his family.