My daughter and her friend have Minecraft Bedrock (one using Android, the other iOS). Can they play in the same world? Do they have to be on the same network for it to work?
My daughter wants to use the Equanimity texture pack, she has Minecraft on a Samsung S8 and Nintendo Switch.
I downloaded the texture pack as zip, extracted it and copied to the internal - games - com.mojang - resource_packs folder and restarted minecraft but the pack isn't shown.
To see if this was the correct location, I downloaded a free resource pack from the minecraft app but cant find it anywhere on the s8. This pack does show in minecraft.
I guess my questions are
1. Can I add third party texture packs to android or switch minecraft
2. Is the pack in question equanimity bedrock compatible?
3. An I copying to the correct place?
Thanks Digi, I managed to download the purchased worlds. It's disappointing and surprising these days that worlds created on one bedrock system are not saved online for use on another bedrock device.
To update, I bought Minecraft on Switch as her friends were indeed on Bedrock through Android or iOS.
I posted in the Switch Forum but it seems very quiet over there, I can't now get her Android worlds over to her Switch account. But she is enjoying herself anyway building new stuff :-) I want to get her bought worlds at the least on Switch, I assumed that they would be stored remotely, but on Switch it's not showing them, or her friends so I guess the account isn't right.
My daughter has been playing Minecraft on my Samsung S9 phone for a while and has many worlds created and has purchased other packs.
How do I sign her in on Switch so that her worlds are accessible?
Thank you for the replies, that is very disappointing. The ability to play on a machine and then continue the play on a mobile device these days is essential. My daughter plays roblox on computer and mobile and can continue exactly where she left off.
We have a Switch, maybe it would be best me getting it on that then she can use her own created worlds and the ones she has bought on mobile with them both being Bedrock.
If the Java version opens her up to many more possibilities however, I'll see if she would prefer that. She has my old 2013 Macbook Pro, you say the Java version requires some power, maybe the old machine won't run it well anyway.
I bought my daughter Minecraft on her Android phone a few months ago and she is loving it. She has made lots of things herself and also bought quite a few worlds using her pocket money that she plays in.
She has now asked if she can have it on her Macbook, if I buy the Mac version and she logs in with her account, will it pull through what she has done on the Android version or are the two separate entities?
Is there a big difference in the two versions? Thanks