How to Recover Lost Items When You Die in Minecraft

When you die in Minecraft, all of your items are dropped on the ground. If you’re lucky, someone may find them and return them to you. However, there’s no guarantee that this will happen. In fact, it’s quite likely that your items will be lost forever if nobody finds them.

In this blog post, we’ll discuss how to recover lost items when you die in Minecraft. We’ll also show you how to protect your belongings so they don’t get lost in the first place!

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What to do to recover lost items in Minecraft

There are a few ways to recover lost items when you die in Minecraft. The first is to ask a friend or family member to find your belongings for you. This is probably the most reliable method, but it requires that someone else is playing the game with you.

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If you’re playing on a server, there’s a good chance that an administrator will be able to help you recover your lost items. Most servers have a rule that players are not allowed to keep items that they find on the ground, so administrators often have a system in place for returning lost belongings to their rightful owners.

How to save your inventory when you die in Minecraft

The best way to protect your belongings in Minecraft is to use a chest. Chests are available in both the creative and survival modes of the game. When you put items into a chest, they are stored safely inside until you need them again. You can even put chests next to your bed so that all of your belongings are automatically deposited there when you die.

With these guides you can easily find buried treasure and seagrass in Minecraft.

It’s also a good idea to wear as little armor as possible. Armor is expensive and it can be difficult to replace, so it’s best to save it for when you really need it. If you’re wearing armor that you can’t afford to lose, be extra careful not to die!

Use MCEdit or NBTExplorer tools

Finally, you can try using a third-party tool such as MCEdit or NBTExplorer. These tools allow you to edit your Minecraft world file, which means you can theoretically recover any lost items yourself. However, this method is very complicated and is not recommended for beginners.

How to Recover Lost Items When You Die in Minecraft on iPhone

If you are playing Minecraft on your iPhone, there is an app called “Inventory Tweaks” which allows you to recover lost items when you die. This app is available for free on the App Store.

Inventory Tweaks

Inventory Tweaks is a very useful app that lets you manage your inventory in Minecraft. It has a lot of features, such as the ability to automatically sort your items, and the ability to quickly move items between chests.

Installing Inventory Tweaks is simple. Just download it from the App Store and open it up. Then, follow the instructions on how to install it on your iPhone.

Once installed, Inventory Tweaks will automatically start working the next time you die in Minecraft. It will show you a list of all the items that you dropped, and it will give you the option to recover them.

Inventory Tweaks is a very useful app for anyone who plays Minecraft on their iPhone. If you’re tired of losing your belongings when you die, be sure to download it today!

Here’s the video tutorial to download and install the Inventory Tweaks.


So there you have it, a few ways to help you recover your lost items when you die in Minecraft. If all else fails and you can’t seem to find that item no matter what, don’t fret! You can always use the MCEdit or NBTExplorer tools to help get your inventory back.

We hope this blog post has been helpful! If you have any other tips on how to recover lost items when you die in Minecraft, be sure to share them in the comments below. Thanks for reading!

Mubeen Shahjahan
Mubeen is from Pakistan and he has been playing video games since the age of 10. He got into this gaming craze because it was just one way that his creative mind could explore and grow without boundaries, but now as an adult, Mubeen finds enjoyment not only in those initial adventures stories; they serve more than ever before-they provide motivation to achieve goals both big (like getting good enough at something) or small like overcoming fear when climbing stairs for the first time!