how to change your skin in minecraft pc offline | WTBBLUE

It is actually possible if you think about it. Below are the steps you need to follow in order to get your skin to show up in offline mode, no internet whatsoever required. This is a long in-depth tutorial so bare with me. I'm assuming you have a Windows PC. If you have a Mac, these steps will not work unless you know how to find the AppData folder on Mac.

1. The first step is to access the AppData folder. To do it in Windows, press the WINDOWS+R key and type in the search bar the following:

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%appdata%

2. From there, find a folder called .minecraft and double click on it. Find a folder called versions and proceed to select it. You will see a bunch of folders with version names such as 1.7.9. Keep in mind, everybody has different version folders.

3. Find a version folder (no higher than 1.7.10) you want to play on with the skin. Once you've selected one, copy that folder and paste it into the versions folder. Rename the folder as your in-game name in Minecraft. Now select the folder with your in-game name.

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4. Next, you should see 2 files. One should be an Executable Jar File with a Java symbol and one should be a .json file. Rename both of those to your in-game name in Minecraft.

5. Open the .json file with Notepad. To do that, right click on the file, select Open With and then choose Notepad. You will now see a bunch of text that you probably won't understand. That's alright because it doesn't matter. All that matters is the part where it says {“id”: “<version name>”,

6. You will see a version name inside the two parantheses (search it up if you don't know) such as 1.7.9. Again, everyone has different versions. Change the current version name to your in-game name in Minecraft, again.

7. Here is the part where it gets a bit tricky. Close Notepad and press the save button. Install WinRAR or any other compression utility such as 7zip. Install one of those programs if you don't have them already. Both are free except WinRAR has a 40-day free trial.

8. Minimize the folder (not exit, minimize). Now go to a website that has a list of skins you can install such as Skindex. Install your favorite one and drag it to your desktop. Rename it to wtbblue.com.

9. This is the part where you need to use WinRAR or any compression utility you installed. Go back to the folder and right click on the Executable Jar File with the Java symbol on it. Right click on it and select Open With. Choose WinRAR or any other compression utility you installed such as 7zip.

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10. Now here is when it gets a little bit trickier. Delete a folder called META-INF then select a folder called assets. Next up, double click on minecraft. Go to textures and then finish it off by selecting the folder entity.

11. Scroll all the way down until you find a wtbblue.com. Delete it, and then to replace that Steve skin, drag the wtbblue.com on your desktop to WinRAR or whatever you're using and then close it.

12. Open Minecraft, select a new version and scroll down to see the list of versions. You should see a version that says your name. Select it and hit save. Go press play, select a Singleplayer world, then boom!

You're pretty much done. If you did everything correctly, you should now see your skin. If you see an Alex skin, you did step number three incorrectly. The version folder should've not been higher than 1.7.10. Thanks for reading. This will not work in Multiplayer.

Hope I helped out! :)

– YogiMiner1

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