# Quest Modding
Currently there are two working tools for installing custom songs and mods on your Quest:
For new users, BeatSaberQuestInstaller may be easier to use as it handles some of the more confusing parts of modding/updating a modded game, such as restoring scores and installing adb.
# Installing with BeatSaberQuestInstaller
Before starting the process go to the utilities tab and backup your scores, if you've previously modded Beat Saber you also need to go there to uninstall the game, make sure you backup BEFORE uninstalling.
Once you've done what you need, if you're a new user follow all the steps from step 1 and if you're a returning user skip to step 4 in the installer, after completing the steps open BMBF from the channels tab in Oculus TV or Unknown Sources in your library.
# Installing BMBF with SideQuest
If you haven't already, download and setup SideQuest
Open SideQuest and connect your Quest to your PC. If you've previously modded Beat Saber or have scores you want to backup, go to
My Apps located in the top bar of the window and find Beat Saber.
Click the cog next to it then press the
BACKUP GAME DATA button, if you have a modded game you also need to uninstall it by pressing the
UNINSTALL APP button.
You can later restore your save from the same menu, after modding.
Install the latest BMBF apks via the
Install APK from folder button shown below.
Once they've successfully installed, make sure you have the latest version of Beat Saber installed and unmodded RUN IT ONCE BEFORE MODDING then open BMBF from Oculus TV channels tab or Unknown Sources in your library, follow each step exactly as you're told and once you have you should be put into bsaber.com this is where you can download any custom songs available.
# Restoring save data
# Restoring from BeatSaberQuestInstaller
Make sure you've ran the game modded once and go to the
UTILITIES tab in the app and press the
TRANSFER SCORES button.
# Restoring from SideQuest
Go back to the same menu you used to backup your data and click the
OPEN BACKUPS button.
From there, find your newest backup folder, open it, and delete the Mods folder (this is to prevent potentially old or incompatible mods from breaking your game).
Afterwards, go back to the menu and press the circular arrows located beside your latest backup; this is to restore your scores. The button is highlighted in the image here.