Recover Unity Project After Crash


There will be times when you are working on your project and suddenly Unity gets crashed and, for your bad fortune, you had not saved your project for quite some  time. What would you do? Do the changes again and continue with your work? Well, maybe you did that earlier, but not after reading this post. This post will help you learn how to recover the Unity project with all the changes you made before Unity got crashed.
Follow the below steps to restore the changes you had made to your project before Unity got crashed:
(NOTE: MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO NOT LAUNCH UNITY BEFORE MAKING THE BELOW CHANGES)

1. Navigate to the folder where your project was saved
2. Move into the Temp folder
3. You will notice that there is a file named _EditModeScene. This is the file which has all the changes you made before Unity got crashed.
4. Rename it to you original scene name, for instance, GameScene.unity, and move it to the folder where in you save your scenes, Assets/Scenes, for example.
5. Run Unity and open the scene you just moved from Temp folder just to notice that all your changes are intact. 
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Sujit Horakeri is a game freak just like any other next door guy you would come across. He is a Web Developer by Profession, Game Developer by Choice.
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