How to fix Minecraft Bedrock pink textures/blocks glitch

fix Minecraft Bedrock pink textures glitch
fix Minecraft Bedrock pink textures glitch

It’s been more than a year since the Minecraft Bedrock edition is affected by the abnormal pink glitch in which the game textures and blocks turn to a hard pink color with no detail left in them. This issue has not been resolved even by now when it has become 1 year of age. Microsoft is not seeming to be doing anything about this as there is no satisfactory reply from the tech giant anywhere. The Minecraft users are not so happy about this and it is quite obvious as Microsoft has not even acknowledged the issue publically.

And since there is no public acknowledgment, means, there is no official fix for this issue. This is what makes the Minecraft players even more frustrated. But you don’t have to worry. Luckily, there there is a way to fix it that you can try on your Bedrock Minecraft to get the pink glitch issue solved.

How to Fix the Pink Glitch in Minecraft Bedrock

There has been enough discussion about this issue on various community platforms. And from those discussions, the only reliable way to get the issue fixed is by replacing the normal Minecraft with the one that doesn’t have the RenderDragon Rendering Engine in it. The temporary solution like restarting the Minecraft also works but the pink glitch reappears again in the next game session after some time. you can try this for a time being but it is not a concrete solution to the problem.

Hence my recommendation would be to go for the Minecraft version without the RenderDragon. It is a bit technical process and may require a good amount of manual skill and technical knowledge. As per this workaround, you can use the Minecraft game that has no RenderDragon Rendering engine in it. It has been reported by the Minecraft players that the Minecraft version that doesn’t have the RenderDragon engine doesn’t possess the Pink glitch and the game can be played without any issue on both Windows 11 and Windows 10.

  1. Open the Run dialog box and execute %localappdata%which will open the Local directory in File Explorer.
  2. Now navigate to Packages > Microsoft.MinecraftUWP_8wekyb3d8bbwe > localstate > games > com.mojang in that File Explorer window. And copy all the data from this folder to an accessible location to create a backup of your Minecraft files like Minecraft Words, Skin Packs, Resource Packs, etc.
  3. Open Windows Settings and go to Apps > Apps & features. Look for Minecraft and uninstall it.
  4. Once done, click here to download the non-RenderDragon version of Minecraft.
  5. Once downloaded, open the file and click on Install to begin the installation. In case if the file is not opening, try to rename it and add the .Appx extension to it.
  6. Once the installation is done, repeat steps 1 and 2 from above and replace and copy the files that you backed up to their respective folders.

Once done, you will now have a Minecraft that doesn’t have the RenderDragon Rendering Engine which should ultimately fix your Minecraft Pink glitch in the Bedrock version. In order to update the game in the future, simply download the appx file again from the above link and you’ll get the option to update the game upon launching that appx file. For more understanding you can consider watching the following video:

How to install Minecraft Bedrock 1.18+ WITHOUT RenderDragon on Windows 10/11 Tutorial

Bottom Line

So, this is currently the way to make the Minecraft Bedrock free from the Pink textures/blocks glitch. As I said, the issue is yet to be officially acknowledged by the Microsoft team and hence the chances of getting an official fix for the same are not very high. We can only wait until Microsoft pushes an official fix and we’ll have to rely on the non-RenderDragon version of Minecraft up until that moment. I hope this fixing guide was helpful for you. If you have some other workaround regarding the issue, please don’t hesitate in sharing it below in the comments. We would love to hear from you.

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Hi! I am Bhanu Pratap, co-founder of Yorker Media Group. A die-heart fan of tech and keeps track of every little happening of the same. When not writing, I usually keep myself busy on YouTube making and exploring new and awesome tech content.

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