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    Default [Minecraft] Program Request (Xbox)

    If possible, may someone please reply back with a "Binary Viewer" or such? I have tried Mounting my gamesave to my hard drive to view and I have no luck. I would like to be able to modify the maps for an easier way to play compared to modifying my inventory every so often. To complete my task I need to view the binary file (Gamesave) so I can use MCEdit. Any help suggestions would be great.
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    Not a lot of people do that stuff on xbox here, but a program i think you can use for this is modio

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    Im unsure on how xbox works, but if possible, could you just hook up a usb to your computer, and view/change from there? Maybe via HxD editor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sLoddir View Post
    Im unsure on how xbox works, but if possible, could you just hook up a usb to your computer, and view/change from there? Maybe via HxD editor.
    yes that would work i believe

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    I use Horizon to view the files and edit my items on the gamesaves but for the pas few hours ive been trying to access the interior of the Binary file. I will try your suggestions and come back to you with an answer.

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    What you suggested is not what I am looking for. I want to explore the file, not the hex. And with modio, that is how you get the gamesave. A easier version of modio is Horizon. Ill give an example of what I mean; Exploring the "Documents" file on your PC. That is what I am searching for. Sorry if I was not clear the first time.

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