How do I cancel a server?
- Log into the billing panel here.
- Click on Services on the top menu.
- Select Active on the server you wish to cancel.
- Click Request Cancellation.
- Provide the reason for canceling services.
- Select the Request Cancellation button to complete the request.
- A confirmation page will appear and an email will be sent to you.
Is Apex server hosting safe?
Is Apex hosting servers free?
How do I reset my apex world hosting?
- Stop your server with the red ‘Stop’ or ‘Force Stop’ button.
- Access your server files with the FTP.
- Delete the existing world file(s) (The default name for a world file is ‘world‘ but if you set a custom world name, it will be different)
- Restart the server.
Why did my nether reset?
How do I download world server apex hosting?
- Go to your Apex Panel and stop the server.
- Connect to your server files using an FTP program.
- Once in the FTP, locate the folder named “pocketmine”.
- Once in the pocketmine folder, navigate to the “worlds” directory.
- Find the world you want to download and drag it onto your computer.
How do I restore from Apex hosting?
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How do I change my apex hosting image?
How do I change my apex hosting server?
How do I change the plugins on Apex hosting?
How do I get mcMMO on Apex hosting?
- Select your server package from our pricing page.
- On the ‘Configure Your Server‘ page, complete the required fields.
- Under ‘Server Version’, select ‘mcMMO‘ from the dropdown list.
- Complete the order and your mcMMO server will be created instantly.
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How do I add Datapacks to Apex hosting?
You can check the name of world your server is loading in the world field on the main page of the game panel. Drag the datapack you downloaded previously into the datapacks folder. Once the file is fully uploaded, head back to the game panel and start the server.
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