What is FTB Backups 1.16.5? This is an extremely popular mod for minecraft which allows you to back up your world. How many times have you had to start a new game just because you were unable to find the files that you needed? This mod makes it super easy by allowing you to backup your world and save it in a convenient format. Now here’s what you do.
You first need to download the FTB Backup for minecraft mod. There are two available, the standard and premium download, which will cost you a respectively. Once you have downloaded, unzip the file and put the extracted folder into your minecraft data folder.
Run the program that is in the “Downloads” folder that you had previously unzipped. It will detect all of your minecraft files and tell you whether or not they are still valid. If they are valid then it will allow you to pick them up. After it has finished backing up your world, you will notice that the changes in your world are now saved and there should be no trace of it on the server. This is a great benefit as if you accidentally deleted something during a backup you would have no way of retrieving it.
I must repeat, please backup your world with the proper ftbs before doing anything. It’s really a pain to get the info needed if there’s a mistake and you end up losing your world. Also, be sure to use the correct format. If you are unsure, consult a minecraft expert first.
Now, how do you get FTB Backups? The best way to do this is to download a mod that will do it for you. Many people don’t like having to learn so many different things about minecraft to backup their worlds, so these modding websites will do it for free. There are many out there, just be sure you choose one that fits your minecraft experience best. Some of the most popular ones are simply customized versions of meta files for Minecraft. They work great but can get expensive since they have to pay for the Java script and other extras included.
After downloading a backup, there is usually a step by step guide included. However, you can always do it manually if you feel up to it. It’s just a matter of finding the right folder and putting it in. You can even set it so that backups will be labeled based on the user’s profile. No more wasted time looking for a specific backup because you didn’t know it was already saved.