This is a Bedrock Edition beta 188.8.131.52 release which means that it is not compatible with the current version of Minecraft Pocket Edition (0.13.0). You can find out how to download and install the Bedrock Edition beta by following the link above.
If you have any feedback or suggestions, feel free to post them on the official Minecraft Pocket Edition forums.
Is there anything I need to know before downloading Minecraft PE 184.108.40.206?
Make sure to back up your world data before updating, as beta versions are not compatible with the current release version of Minecraft Pocket Edition. To do this, simply go to your world list and press the backup button next to the world you wish to backup.
What’s new in Minecraft PE 220.127.116.11?
Pillagers – These new hostile mobs will spawn in groups and attempt to attack players and village structures.
Bamboo – This new block can be found in jungles and can be used to create scaffolding, as well as being a food source for pandas.
Foxes – These new mobs can be found in taiga biomes and come in three different varieties.
Composter – This new block can be used to turn plant matter into bonemeal, which can be used to fertilize crops.
Lecterns – Lecterns can now be placed in the world and used to hold books for players to read.
Minecraft PE 18.104.22.168 fixes:
- Fixed several crashes that could occur while playing the game.
- Fixed an issue with animals not despawning properly in certain circumstances.
- Fixed an issue with pistons not working correctly when placed next to each other.
- Fixed an issue where some blocks would not be visible when using the minimap.
How to install Minecraft PE 22.214.171.124?
For Android players, go to the Google Play Store and update from there. If you’re playing on Windows 10, you can update through the Microsoft Store. Otherwise, if you’re playing on a different platform, check out the official Minecraft website for more information.
Minecraft PE updates 126.96.36.199 FAQ:
If you’re having trouble installing the update, make sure that you have enough storage space on your device. If you still can’t install the update, try restarting your device and then trying again.
No, beta versions are not compatible with the current release version of Minecraft Pocket Edition. Make sure to back up your world data before updating.
If you find a bug, please report it on the official Minecraft Pocket Edition forums.