No backups going to my Google Drive account

  • Hello. When I make backups, I cannot find them in my drive. I'm fairly certain that I put in the right Google Drive account. How do you check? I'm trying to download my backup so that I can put it into Chunkbase's spawn chunk reader. Any help would be useful. Thanks in advance.

  • Backups are saved in a hidden folder for application data, which allows Aternos to store backups in your Google Drive account without having access to any of your other files. You can read more about the application data folder here: https://developers.google.com/drive/api/v3/appdata.

    You can create and restore backups on the backups page: https://aternos.org/backups/.

    If you want to download your world to your computer, you can do that here: https://aternos.org/worlds/.

  • Backups are saved in a hidden folder for application data, which allows Aternos to store backups in your Google Drive account without having access to any of your other files. You can read more about the application data folder here: https://developers.google.com/drive/api/v3/appdata.

    You can create and restore backups on the backups page: https://aternos.org/backups/.

    If you want to download your world to your computer, you can do that here: https://aternos.org/worlds/.

    Thank you! But for downloading the world to my computer, I have 3 worlds- The Overworld, Nether, and End. I tried to download the Overworld world to put it in Chunkbase's spawn reader but it didn't work. Is there a way to download the whole world (like singleplayer)?

  • Thank you! But for downloading the world to my computer, I have 3 worlds- The Overworld, Nether, and End. I tried to download the Overworld world to put it in Chunkbase's spawn reader but it didn't work. Is there a way to download the whole world (like singleplayer)?

    You need to merge your world then you can play on single player

  • Merging my world will let me put it into Chunkbase's spawn reader? Like, if I had a single player world and downloaded the world, I would be able to put it into Chunkbase's spawn reader. So, my question is: How do I make it so that when I download my world from Aternos that it's the same as downloading a single player world. I don't really want to play it on single player.

    1. Download all worlds on the worlds page.
    2. Unzip all the worlds
    3. Open the main world folder and delete the DIM1 and DIM-1 folders if they already exist
    4. Move world_the_end/DIM1 and world_nether/DIM-1 into your main world directory

    Those are the instructions of the Merge the Nether and End together article. I don't understand step 3 and step 4. Removing the DIM1 and DIM-1 from the world_the_end file and world_nether file and putting them into the world file does not save the nether and end. What do I do?

    Also, my server software is PaperMC, a bukkit based one.

  • Those are the instructions of the Merge the Nether and End together article. I don't understand step 3 and step 4. Removing the DIM1 and DIM-1 from the world_the_end file and world_nether file and putting them into the world file does not save the nether and end. What do I do?

    Also, my server software is PaperMC, a bukkit based one.

    If you already have a DIM1 and DIM-1 file in the world folder then delete those files, then add the world_the_end and world_nether files to your main world folder.

  • What world file? The main overworld world file? Or in the nether and end file?

    Like delete DIM-1 and DIM1 from the nether and end file or the main world file?

  • What world file? The main overworld world file? Or in the nether and end file?

    Like delete DIM-1 and DIM1 from the nether and end file or the main world file?

    See in your world (Not the nether and end folder) you need to delete the DIM-1 and DIM1 if it's there in it. Once you have done this just follow the steps in the merge article

  • Since I did not see DIM-1 and DIM1 in my world (not the nether or end folder), I added the nether and end files into the main world file. Then, I loaded it up. The nether and end was still not saved. Am I doing something wrong?

  • Are you sure that you have uploaded the correct world files?

    If you use the world folder in single-player, do you have the buildings?

    Have you checked the coordinates?

    I took the file and put it on my desktop. I put it away from all my other files so that I would know that was the right one. I have buildings in the overworld, but not in the nether and end, as they were wiped (not saved). I did check the coordinates and I was at where my main nether portal would be.